Liverpool city centre

city centreCommercial Districtthe city centrecentre of LiverpoolIslingtonthe centre of Liverpool
Liverpool city centre is the commercial, cultural, financial and historical centre of Liverpool, England.wikipedia
215 Related Articles

Toxteth

Toxteth ParkToxteth Liverpool
The inner city districts of Vauxhall, Everton, Edge Hill, Kensington and Toxteth mark the border with Liverpool city centre which consists of the L1, L2 and L3 postal districts.
Toxteth is located to the south of Liverpool city centre, bordered by Aigburth, Canning, Dingle, and Edge Hill.

Vauxhall, Liverpool

VauxhallScotland RoadVauxhall area of Liverpool
The inner city districts of Vauxhall, Everton, Edge Hill, Kensington and Toxteth mark the border with Liverpool city centre which consists of the L1, L2 and L3 postal districts.
It is located north of Liverpool city centre, and is bounded by Kirkdale in the north, and Everton in the east, with the docks and River Mersey running along the west side.

Edge Hill, Liverpool

Edge HillEdge Hill, MerseysideEdgehill
The inner city districts of Vauxhall, Everton, Edge Hill, Kensington and Toxteth mark the border with Liverpool city centre which consists of the L1, L2 and L3 postal districts.
Edge Hill is a district of Liverpool, England, south east of the city centre, bordered by Kensington, Wavertree and Toxteth.

Liverpool

Liverpool, EnglandLiverpudlianCity of Liverpool
Liverpool city centre is the commercial, cultural, financial and historical centre of Liverpool, England.
Some of the most significant redevelopment projects include new buildings in the Commercial District, the King's Dock, Mann Island, the Lime Street Gateway, the Baltic Triangle, the RopeWalks, and the Edge Lane Gateway.

Everton, Liverpool

EvertonEverton BrowEverton Valley
The inner city districts of Vauxhall, Everton, Edge Hill, Kensington and Toxteth mark the border with Liverpool city centre which consists of the L1, L2 and L3 postal districts.
Everton is an inner-city area located just north of Liverpool city centre, with Vauxhall to the west, Kirkdale to the north, and Anfield to the north-east.

Pier Head

LiverpoolThree GracesLiverpool Pier Head
The table below shows the tallest buildings within the commercial district (excluding buildings in neighbouring Prince's Dock or Pier Head – a more detailed list of the tallest buildings and structures in the remainder of Liverpool city centre can be seen here).
The Pier Head (properly, George's Pier Head ) is a riverside location in the city centre of Liverpool, England.

Knowledge Quarter, Liverpool

Liverpool Knowledge QuarterKnowledge QuarterLiverpool Science Park
* "Knowledge Quarter"
The "Knowledge Quarter" in Liverpool, England is a modern term in business given to the vicinity of Liverpool city centre that focuses heavily on the education, knowledge and research sectors.

Liverpool One

Paradise ProjectLiverpool ONE bus station
* Liverpool One
The project involved the redevelopment of 42 acres (170,000 m²) of land in Liverpool city centre.

Chinatown, Liverpool

ChinatownLiverpoolChinatown in Liverpool city centre
The Chinatown in Liverpool city centre is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe, dating back to the 19th century.
The Chinatown in Liverpool, England is located near the city centre's southern edge close to Liverpool Cathedral.

RopeWalks, Liverpool

RopeWalks
* RopeWalks
RopeWalks is a name given to a vicinity of Liverpool city centre that runs from Lydia Ann Street to Renshaw Street widthways, and from Roscoe Street to Hanover Street lengthwise.

Stanley Street Quarter

gay quarterLiverpool gay quarterLiverpool's gay quarter
Home to the Liverpool Gay Quarter around Stanley Street. They include: Albert Dock/ Water Street, Concert Square, the Stanley Street (Gay) Quarter, Hardman Street/ Hope Street and Mathew Street.
The Stanley Street Quarter (sometimes Liverpool Gay Quarter or Village) is an area within Liverpool City Centre, England, which serves as the main focal point for Liverpool's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

Unity Buildings

Unity Residential
The buildings are located immediately within Liverpool city centre on Chapel Street and were completed in 2007.

Concert Square, Liverpool

Concert Square
They include: Albert Dock/ Water Street, Concert Square, the Stanley Street (Gay) Quarter, Hardman Street/ Hope Street and Mathew Street.
Concert Square is a square located in Liverpool City Centre, England.

Liverpool Lime Street railway station

Liverpool Lime StreetLiverpoolLime Street station
Liverpool Lime Street is a terminus railway station, and the main station serving the city centre of Liverpool.

Merseyside

Merseyside, EnglandCounty of MerseysideMSY
It has a focused central business district, formed by Liverpool City Centre, but Merseyside is also a polycentric county with five metropolitan districts, each of which has at least one major town centre and outlying suburbs.

Walker Art Gallery

Walker GalleryWalker Art Gallery, LiverpoolLiverpool Art Gallery
World Museum Liverpool is the largest and most diverse of the museums and can be found on William Brown Street, adjacent to the World Museum is the William Brown Library and Museum and Walker Art Gallery.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport

LiverpoolLiverpool AirportSpeke Airport
The only major forms of transport not readily available in Liverpool city centre are via trams and air, although trains and buses link Liverpool city centre to Liverpool John Lennon Airport in Speke.
Plusbus tickets are also available, the Arriva North West 500 route to/from Liverpool city centre is now the quickest way to Liverpool South Parkway and Liverpool One bus station and now extends to Widnes and Runcorn.

Arriva North West

ArrivaArriva MerseysideManchester
There are numerous bus stops and stations across Liverpool city centre, however the main interchanges are Queen Square bus station and Liverpool One bus station which are managed by Merseytravel, and are served primarily by Arriva North West and Stagecoach Merseyside.

Kensington, Liverpool

Kensington
The inner city districts of Vauxhall, Everton, Edge Hill, Kensington and Toxteth mark the border with Liverpool city centre which consists of the L1, L2 and L3 postal districts.

Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City

Maritime Mercantile CityLiverpool – Maritime Mercantile CityLiverpool Strand
Six areas within Liverpool city Centre form the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City which is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.

UNESCO

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural OrganizationUnited Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural OrganizationUnited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
Six areas within Liverpool city Centre form the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City which is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.

World Heritage Site

UNESCO World Heritage SiteWorld HeritageWorld Heritage List
Six areas within Liverpool city Centre form the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City which is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.

Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Anglican CathedralAnglican CathedralLiverpool's Anglican Cathedral
Examples of architecture in Liverpool city centre include Liverpool Cathedral, St. George's Hall, the Royal Liver Building, Oriel Chambers, the world's first metal framed glass curtain walled building, and West Tower.

St George's Hall, Liverpool

St George's HallSt. George's HallSt. George's Hall, Liverpool
Examples of architecture in Liverpool city centre include Liverpool Cathedral, St. George's Hall, the Royal Liver Building, Oriel Chambers, the world's first metal framed glass curtain walled building, and West Tower.

Royal Liver Building

Liver BuildingThe Liver BuildingLiver Building Turret
Examples of architecture in Liverpool city centre include Liverpool Cathedral, St. George's Hall, the Royal Liver Building, Oriel Chambers, the world's first metal framed glass curtain walled building, and West Tower.