The AIM-listed firm said the model will feature various sites of interest including a river running into the sea, a cycle path next to a river and houses with solar panels and turning wind turbines. It will also be interactive with several moveable parts.
“This is yet another example of the fast-growing interest from a wide range of market sectors, in Bricklive’s expertise and creativity in producing imaginative scaled version models”, Tina Anthony, managing director of Live Company’s subsidiary BrickLive, said in a statement.
Live Company shares were steady at 4.3p in mid-morning deals on Monday.
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