Liverpool City Council are publishing a draft Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) for the newly-named Upper Central area of the city centre. The consultation process started on 15th July and we have just been informed today (25.07.19) and it lasts for a further 6 weeks.
The draft SRF provides a vision, illustrative masterplan and planning framework covering 56 acres of the City Centre running from Central Station up Mount Pleasant/Brownlow Hill, and from Lime Street to Renshaw Street. You can take part by attending the following locations:
8 August 2019 from 1pm-6pm at FACT, 88 Wood Street
20 August 2019 from 10am-3pm at Central Station
5 September 2019 from 1pm-6pm at RIBA North, Mann Island
You can also provide feedback until 9 September 2019.
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By visiting www.uppercentral.co.uk or www.liverpool.gov.uk/consultation or
www.regeneratingliverpool.com, in writing at one of the events or by visiting the Cunard Building, Brunswick Street L3 1EG or Central Library, William Brown Street L3 8EW