A firm which transformed the fortunes of the Baltic Triangle in Liverpool, have set their sights on ‘opportunities for expansion’ in Southport.

Ten years ago the Baltic Creative Community Interest Company was created and it now manages over 118,000 sq.ft. of workspace specifically designed for the creative and digital sector in the city. As part of their decade anniversary celebrations, the team has announced ambitious growth plans to expand into new areas which includes Southport and Bootle in Sefton.

Their business model is to snap up buildings while they are cheap and fill them with creative businesses before encouraging the private sector to move in.

They are currently in the process of ‘scouting out’ suitable locations but are tight-lipped on where they could choose.