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HMRC formally opens Liverpool Regional Centre

The Grade II* listed building, which is home to around 5,000 HMRC employees, has been restored to provide a ‘modern and inclusive working environment’

HMRC’s Regional Centre and Government Hub in Liverpool has been formally opened by Myrtle Lloyd, HMRC director general for Customer Services, with the new site housed in India Buildings.

The Grade II- listed building, which is home to around 5,000 HMRC employees, has been restored to provide a “modern and inclusive working environment”.

The building has been open since August 2021, but the official opening was delayed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Lady Massie, the wife of the late Liverpudlian disability rights campaigner Sir Bert Massie, who has a meeting room named after him in India Buildings, attended the opening ceremony.

Myrtle Lloyd, HMRC’s director general for Customer Services, said: “I am pleased to declare HMRC’s Liverpool Regional Centre open. It is the only regional centre within a heritage building and is the result of a four-year programme of restoration and refurbishment which has resulted in a stunning workplace that honours the past but is fit for the future.

“India Buildings is a welcoming, light-filled space which enables collaborative working for all of our employees in the heart of wonderfully vibrant Liverpool city centre.”

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