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The real problem with the Giant's Causeway competition (AJ 21.07.05) is that the Northern Ireland DETI is still trying to save money by using an existing site owned by the local council for the World Heritage Site visitor's centre - located on the headlands!

Nobody has attempted to ask, let alone answer, the first basic strategic question for a natural World Heritage Site: 'What public facilities are strictly essential for viewing the site and what can be located (and more effectively provided) elsewhere?' Des McConaghy, Liverpool To see more from Keith Garner and Des McConaghy about Battersea and the Giant's Causeway, and to engage in debate, visit www. ajplus. co. uk/forum

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