Liverpool FC has been given permission to increase Anfield’s capacity from about 45,500 to about 59,000 as part of a £100m expansion plan.
Liverpool City Council’s planning committee approved the club’s proposal to expand the Main Stand by 8,300 seats and the Anfield Road Stand by 4,800.
Construction will begin next year for completion by the 2016-17 season.
Virtual Planit produced all of the photomontages for the Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment as well as the hi-res CGI’s.
Filming in our studio today for the latest set of LFC CGI’s. Working with Vantage Point Photos, we art directed all the scenes with Liverpool fans for the latest set of images.
Europe’s largest cinema operator is to run the new cinema in Oldham’s old town hall.
Following months of talks, the council and Odeon Cinemas have agreed plans to transform the derelict,
Grade II-listed building into a new, 805-seat family complex with seven screens, six restaurants and a cafe franchise.
Working with BDP and Oldham Council, VP produced a suite of CGI’s for the new extension and refurbishment.
Here are our images for the approved Clergy Court scheme for Blackburn. Designed by Purcell architects, this £7m suite of domestic buildings for the Cathedral Clergy is the final part of the £33m regeneration of Blackburn’s Cathedral Quarter. Construction has started and is due for completion in Autumn 2015.
Stockport Council has unveiled ‘The Light Cinemas Ltd’ as its operating partner for a brand new multiplex cinema at the Bridgefield development in Stockport Town Centre.
The cinema will be the anchor tenant in the new 80,000 sqft leisure led development to be built on the site of the existing car park at Bridgefield Street. The development, designed by BDP, features not only a new cinema but food and drink outlets, hotel, shops and a new 250 space car park. VP produced a suite of 10 CGI’s for the consultation.
Plans by Alaska Developments to turn one of Brighton’s oldest theatres into a multiplex cinema have been approved.
Check out the VP animation of the proposals on our Vimeo page.
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