BBC Radio Liverpool, Hanover Street Building, Merseyside Project Photos, English Design Images
BBC Radio Liverpool Architecture
Hanover Street Media Offices – British Television Company: New Liverpool Architecture by Page & Park Architects
post updated 6 August 2021 ; 20 Oct 2007
BBC Radio Paradise St, central Liverpool, north west England, UK
Date built: 2007
Design: PagePark Architects, Glasgow
BBC Liverpool Studios
BBC Radio Merseyside broadcasts from its studios in Hanover Street
BBC Liverpool architects : Page Park, Glasgow
Address: College Lane / Hanover Street
The building in Paradise Street context:
This Hanover Street building was one of 10 nominees for the BD Carbuncle Cup 2006.
In late 1981 BBC Radio Merseyside moved from the council-owned offices in Commerce House to a new purpose built studios on Paradise Street.
Paradise Street context:
Other examples of Liverpool Architecture welcome: info(at)e-architect.com
Page Park – architectural practice based in Glasgow, Scotland.
Location: Paradise Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, north west England, UK
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Page\Park Architects was established in 1981 by David Page and Brian Park and has developed as one of Scotland’s best known architecture practices undertaking work over a range of sectors.
Key architects: David Page and Brian Park
Awards: 2006 RIAS Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture
This Glasgow architecture office became an Employee Owned Business on 1 December 2013. Over the previous year we moved from being a traditional architectural partnership into a forty strong employee owned model which combines the dynamic of a lively and creative collection of design groups, linked together by the strength of collaboration, efficient working, shared values and with the administrative strength of a common base.
Comments or building suggestions / photos for the BBC Radio Liverpool Offices page welcome