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Glenn Howells Architects has revealed these plans for the transformation of Liverpool's Lime Street railway station. The project aims to revolutionise the site, turning it into 'a world-class entrance to the city in time for the European Capital of Culture celebrations in 2008'. The 'gateway area' encompasses the railway station and the landmark Concourse Tower, which was recently acquired by English Partnerships on behalf of city-centre regeneration company Liverpool Vision. The project includes the demolition of the concourse tower and its replacement with another tall building, the creation of a new public space and improvements to the station's operational capacity.

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