Major city streets across Liverpool will be taking over this month when filming takes place for an under wraps project.
Productions Ltd has confirmed they will be shooting scenes for an upcoming
feature film in Liverpool and Wirral, from Monday March 16 until Sunday 29
Liverpool Film Office has been working with the production team for a number of months to source locations for the movie, making sure Liverpool City Region is a must-film location for Articulated Productions.
A small amount
of disruption is expected when road closures are in place around Lime Street
and Regent Road, with these locations being used for major scenes in the film.
using those services that are directly affected by any road closures should
check timetables and allow more time for their journeys.
also advised that any disruptions to Queens Square Bus Station will be kept to
a minimum and customers will be kept informed.
Roads which will be affected by the filming are:
William Brown Street
will be closed to vehicles until Tuesday 24 March, however disabled parking
will be maintained.
From Monday 16 to Wednesday 18 March traffic will be stopped for short
periods throughout the day (no longer than five minutes). This will take place
periodically from 9.30am to 4pm.
Thursday 19 March will see Lime Street (in front of St George’s Hall) closed from 7.30pm until 5.30am. St Johns
Lane and Queens Square Bus Station will close from 10pm to 5.30am on the 30
Regent Road (from Millers Bridge to Blackstone
This road will close on various nights between Wednesday 18
March to Sunday 29 March. These will all be from 7pm to 6am. This closure will
include various roads off Regent Road.
This will close 8am Sunday 22 March until 7am Monday 23 March.
This area will
be closed for various nights between 7pm and 6am between Tuesday 24 March and
Sunday 29 March. This will also include road closures and traffic control measures at Marcus Street, Freeman Street, Park
Street, Bridge Street and Rendel Street from its roundabout junction with the
A554 to Cleveland Street, and Corporation Street between Rendel Street and Pool
Other smaller closures will also take place over the course of these days. However these are localised, and the production team are liaising with residents and businesses in the area.
Public transport users can visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk and follow @Merseytravel on Twitter and check bus operators’ websites for the latest service information.