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Benoy unveils plans for Liverpool shopping centre

Benoy Architects has revealed its plans for the redevelopment and extension to Liverpool’s St John’s shopping centre.

The London-based firm is working for developer Land Securities, which is hoping to strip and extend the 1970s centre in a £100 million project.

The project is intended to revamp the dilapidated building, which houses the St John’s Market on the ground floor, in order to keep Williamson Square up with the pace of the rest of Liverpool.

Meanwhile, celebrations to kick off the city's year as European Capital of Culture begin tonight.

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