Masterplanners readied for Liverpool waterfront scheme


Winner will transform area around World Heritage Site

National Museums Liverpool is on the search for masterplanners to help it transform its waterfront estate.

The scheme is set to create an attraction that connects Liverpool’s waterfront with the city, the River Mersey and its architecture.

The affected area, around the Canning Graving Docks (pictured), is at the heart of Liverpool’s World Heritage Site, taking in the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool on one side and the Pier Head and Mann Island on the other.

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