The Liverpool School of Architecture’s Spring School offers a range of masterclasses through which to explore new and existing skills; ‘warming students up’ for the semester ahead. In an ‘Observe | Design | Implement’ session led by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Planit-IE, students were invited to become directly involved in the University of Liverpool’s masterplan project, which the two practices are currently developing.
Hearing of our appointment by Liverpool City Council to produce a landmark vision and investment strategy for the epicentre of Liverpool’s musical heritage was one of those ‘can’t stop from saying it out loud’ “yes” moments. We’d assembled a great, if non-conventional, team for the Mathew Street Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) bid, amongst which enthusiasm for the potential opportunity was palpable.
The decision to open a new studio, on the world-famous waterfront, set in the heart of Liverpool Waters (for which we are the masterplan lead) couldn’t have been easier. With a growing profile and international reputation, Liverpool is undergoing its next phase of transformation – and we are delighted to be at the heart of many of the projects.
Completion of Liverpool Football Club’s expanded Main Stand was marked through an official opening. Planit Partner Lindsay Humblet and Principal Landscape Architect Georgina Baines were honored to attend the event alongside a host of Liverpool Legends, including Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush and Ian St John; Owners, Fenway Sport; Manager Jürgen Klopp; and Liverpool’s first elected Mayor, Joe Anderson.
Liverpool City Council has unveiled its vision for the redevelopment of Walton Breck Road, which forms the latest phase of the Council’s ambitious £260m Anfield Regeneration Plan developed through a partnership with Your Housing Group and Liverpool Football Club.