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Liverpool to bring back tall buildings policy in face of UNESCO threat


Actually this is not JUST about tall buildings. Planning blight has undermined Liverpool's Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) as defined by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee, and as agreed to by Liverpool in 2004, the year of inscription. More urgently, proposals to to destroy the OUV of Bramley-Moore dock are in progress. So is this "tall building" story really a smoke screen to deflect attention away from infilling of an historic dock for a football stadium ?

Posted date

19 February, 2018

Posted time

4:45 pm


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