When: Fri 24th Jan - 10:30am – 12:30pm
Where: University of Liverpool, 126 Mount Pleasant, L69 3GR
In 2004, Liverpool became a UNESCO World Heritage Site as “The supreme example of a port at the time of Britain’s global significance.” Its outstanding urban landscape includes over 2,500 listed buildings, more than any other UK city outside London.
This 10 week course from the University of Liverpool explores the architectural significance of the city and traces its development from a medieval town to an international port.
The recent regeneration of the city will also be studied through a series of site visits and walks around important sites such as the Culture Quarter and RopeWalks area.
Prices start at £57. Pre-registration is required, and closes on 7th February. Full details on the University of Liverpool’s website.