Centre set for approval.
The pounds 5.3m Women's International Centre for Economic Development (WICED) aims to help position Liverpool as a business-friendly city for women by encouraging the startup of women-owned businesses.
The city centre development by the Liverpool women's enterprise organisation Train 2000 will be in the Baltic Triangle area, on the corner of St James Street and Norfolk Street.
It is being jointly funded by WICED, the Northwest Development Agency, European Regional Development Fund, Future Builders and Liverpool City Council.
City planners are recommending the scheme is approved.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 26, 2009|
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