A big thanks goes to the people of Liverpool who have been behind us all the way.
English Heritage together with the World Heritage Body UNESCO put up massive obstacles to prevent this development proposal getting permission.
Their studies and arguments have all collapsed and rightly so as it’s simply not right to expect derelict parts of cities with such a rich history to stand still and be fossilized.
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