‘Living Room’ Cinema in Liphook to replace local ‘eyesore’

Works are likely to resume soon for the conversion of a run down former car showroom in Liphook into a state of the art independent ‘Living Room’ cinema But it recently came to light those behind the project are to buy the former Anchor Garage showroom. It had been previously agreed The Living Room Cinema company would lease the building for 20-years, convert it and open it as a cinema with a café/bar. The exciting proposal to convert the ‘eyesore’ building off Liphook Square was launched about four years ago…

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The Stinger Report on the resurgent LBE VR audience

In The Stinger Report # 1080… This issue covers in detail: [BREAKING NEWS] Exclusive breaking news of the actual revenue generated from the reopening VR amusement business, in this second and final report with a selection of leading providers supplying the reality of these moves. [TRENDING NEWS] Free-Roaming VR’s impact following the lockdown revealed from Zero Latency on their rebound, along with TrueVRSystems, MassVR and Dreamscape Immersion sharing the realities. [TRENDING NEWS] The next big investment, and the return of the player-base to the hyper reality is revealed by Backlight…

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A view of Liverpool city centre viewed from the Anglican Cathedral. Photo from Wikimedia nCommons

Developments cost Liverpool waterfront’s World Heritage status

UNESCO has stripped the city of Liverpool of its world heritage status due to the “irreversible loss” to the historic value of Victorian docks following years of development. The UN’s heritage body said the “outstanding universal value” of Liverpool’s waterfront had been lost to new buildings, including Everton football club’s £500m stadium. In 2012, UNESCO warned that Liverpool was on the brink of being stripped of the status it had been awarded in 2004 because development was changing the city’s skyline and waterfront. The UN agency said developments such as…

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