Crosby Village News 7th July
Latest Crosby Town Centre Map 14th July 18.
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Update 7th July
Peacocks opened 28th June. Work has commenced fitting out rooms for The Aesthetics Hub in Unit 5D, part of the former Delta Offices in Glenn Buildings South.
Crosby Town Centre will be part of the bidding for the £5m Mayoral fund for Town Centres announced 1st July. That is £1m to each member LA of the Liverpool Combined Authority.
Consultants Atkins and WSP were appointed last November to undertake extensive reviews of Crosby Town centre access and transport plans.
Work has commenced on this years Christmas Lights events and tree/decorations. So far we have eleven acts wanting to take the stage.
Crosby in Bloom and staff from the George pub have been planting flowers around the village trees. They would ask traders to assist with keeping them watered. CIB have also done a great job maintaining the WW1 commemorative D-bed by the Roundabout and the Crosby Lions have done excelent work on their various displays. Judging for awards from the Royal Horticultural Society is this week from Monday 10th.
Update 14th June.
Electrician to investigate problems with Festoon and tree lights 15th June. Traders have asked for them to be lit up during the World Cup.
Crosby In Bloom Volunteers have planted up the bases of ten street trees with plants donated by Martin at Georges.
Work on Peacocks shopfitting is forging ahead.
10 Moor lane Peacocks to open 28th June. https://www.peacocks.co.uk/
10a Moor Lane Vets expected to open in November.
4 GBS Moor lane Frankies date unknown.
Benches with dedicated plaques to be returned from storage and re-positioned adjacent to Glenn Buildings.
Bins to be repaired this week (w/c 12th June).
Festoon and tree lights. Officer still seeking contractor to repair and maintain Festoon and tree lights. We have asked for them to be put back on in time for the World Cup.
The George Pub have installed bunting right through the Village containing the flags of every Nation competing in the World Cup. They have also begun planting flowers around the trees.
date 14/5Costa Coffee granted outside seating area. 3M into street. DC/2018/00411Peacocks have applied for signage and approval for first floor storage area at 10 Moor lane (New Build) DC/2018/00709BetFred have been granted change of use to Betting Shop. on Unit 3 Glenn Buildings.North (Next to Blues) DC/2018/00410. Click graphic for PDF version.
The remaining demolition screens. From the new shop posters there is only one GF unit left for lease:Unit 4. Price here
Inside the Glenn Building south & 10 Moor lane 20/4. All Units have ancillary space and secure rear double doors.
Units 3 is being fitted out for The Card factory
UPDATE 17/4. Work is forging ahead on shop fitting for unit 2 GBS. The work on the sets is now expected to be complete on Thursday.
Scottish power delayed completion by three months and now they have finished the demolition screens have begun to be removed from 11/4/18. The work relaying the Sets by Glenn Buildings is scheduled to end by Wednesday so those screens may not come down until then.
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GLENN BUILDINGS SOUTH: Card Factory will move to unit 3. Frankies are establishing a new bar at Unit 1 which has been part fitted. . The Former Community Club has been stripped back and extends as one space to the Former Delta Taxis Stairwell. The former Delta Office has been part fitted.
NEW BUILDING: Peacocks will take over the ground floor of the new build with The Village Vets on the first floor. This unit has a Lift. A new fire escape exits from the vets onto unit 4a (the former Community Club)
GLENN BUILDINGS NORTH: The Blues Bar remain at unit 2. with new entrance and glazing. They are opening a new sports bar in unit 1. Bet Fred are moving to Unit 3. The top floor has been stripped back and a lift installed. The space covers the whole building footprint and including ancillary areas, totals around 2,500 sq ft
TELEGRAPH HOUSE:– St Modwen have not released any plan for this as yet. They do intend to develop perhaps re-build. At present their plan only indicates refurbishment.
ALLENGATE:– This is to be renamed as Neville Hymus Way. in tribute to Neville Hymus who passed away last year.
LIVERPOOL ROAD:- Costa Coffee are moving into the former Ethyll Austin unit.
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