Published: 14th Nov 2019

Liverpool City Council has appointed a team of urban designers, landscape architects, and planners to develop a Public Realm Strategy to make changes to the city over the next 50 years.  The aim of the strategy is to deliver a better-connected city centre that will contribute to sustainable development principles and will also reinforce the city centre as a location for businesses, homes, culture and tourism. The public realm strategy will go to public consultation next year in order to provide a planning framework to ensure a co-ordinated approach to the design and management of the city. The strategy proposes £14bn worth of development schemes to the city over the upcoming decade. Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said: ‘Liverpool is undergoing an unprecedented renaissance with billions of pounds reshaping the city’s economy, but we need an overarching vision to flue all this regeneration activity together.’ ‘How a city looks and … (To read the full article, subscribe below)