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    Salisbury Dock and the Victoria Tower The recent announcement by English Heritage to fight Peel Holdings’ 5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme unless Peel agrees to make further changes to its plans, may come as a surprise to many who have watched in horror as the Mann Island development has destroyed the harmony of Pier Head. [...]


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    The general concensus of opinion that I find elsewhere about EH is that they butt in too much and as you say are preventing long standing derelict brownfield sites from being transformed into a futuristic environment. Perhaps EH should be looking at preserving their derelict Georgian properties on Shaw St and Everton Rd before they fall down like the one on the corner of Dale St and Cheapside.

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