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Tower contest

Two tower blocks are to be refurbished as part of a competition in Liverpool to be judged by a panel including Pierre d'Avoine. The project will upgrade 124 new flats in the eight-storey blocks on the Ash Grange Estate, 16km north of the city centre. The winner will also design a new-build sheltered housing unit. The total cost will be £9.5 million and the competition is being run by Liverpool Architecture and Design Trust, the Liverpool Housing Action Trust and the city council. ...

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