Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle Area CIC seeking new members for its board

Baltic Triangle Area CIC was created to represent and advocate on behalf of the stakeholders, the tenants, residents and customers of the city’s hugely successful Baltic Triangle district

Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle has seen phenomenal growth over the past decade


Liverpool’s fast-growing Baltic Triangle district is looking for people to help continue its phenomenal success story.

Baltic Triangle Area CIC (BTA CIC) was created to represent and advocate on behalf of the stakeholders, the tenants, residents and customers of the Baltic Triangle and the organisation is now seeking new members for its board.

BTA CIC works on everything from lobbying the city council, to facilitating public art and green spaces, supporting businesses, to creating opportunities for people to meet and network.

In an appeal on its website, it said: “This is an exciting time to join us and the opportunity to have real impact on the continued growth and success of the Baltic Triangle Area. There is more to do than ever and therefore we have reached a stage in our development where we are now looking for a number of new directors to support the expanding role in the area.

“We are particularly keen to hear from local residents, local architects, planners and those with experience in financial management, income generation and social investment. Can you help?”

BTA CIC is the first point of contact for the area, working with business and residents to make sure it focuses on the long-term interests of the area, whilst maintaining its unique charm, creativity and cool.

The next few years will see it working more closely with the city council and developers focused on the continued growth of the area which its gauges in terms of visitor numbers. It is are keen to improve the public space, quality developments, more room to sit, meet and eat, and improve the services and safety for people, shops, cafes, signage and green space.

It added: “We are also particularly focused on finding a director who is able to represent the needs of our growing residential community, and therefore are seeking at least one person who is a resident in the area.

If you would like to apply to volunteer your time – email your interest to or click here for more information about the criteria.

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