Following the in-person consultation event at the Museum of Liverpool yesterday 4th April from 12noon til 4.30pm the opportunity to get involved and contribute continues for the next 2 weeks.

The transformation envisaged was well explained and plenty of time was given for residents to discuss with NML staff and members of the architect’s team. Speaking personally the Chair of Engage took part and understood the process in a new way following conversations and explanations about the issues or concerns that he raised.

Some images give an appearance of an almost solid structure being built at the side of the Dr Martin Luther King Jnr Building which will become the new entrance for the International Slavery Museum. What he hadn’t realised is the need for a completely new entrance to the building so as to be open to all visitors especially those with mobility needs. The new design is quite lovely as the metal frame isn’t solid sheets at all but a delicate and creative ironwork design that could also be replicated on the inside of the building. The present frontage of the building will be left intact.

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