Liverpool has got some fabulous schemes in the pipeline, continuing the great work that has been completed to date. This latest scheme sounds very exciting indeed.
It involves the transformation of over 100 acres of former Liverpool docklands into a “creativity district”.
A report seeking approval for the draft Ten Streets will to go out to public consultation before Liverpool City Council’s cabinet today (29 September).
The document sets out a planning framework and key principles to shape development on the 125-acre site – at the heart of which lies the Ten Streets creativity district.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson says: “Ten Streets is a long term project but we need to get the right foundations in place so can deliver something unique in the UK. This new framework document will no doubt be of huge interest to everyone who wants to see the transformation of this part of north Liverpool and the public consultation will be critical to shaping its direction.”