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City of Light project wins national design award.

LIVERPOOL has won a place in the spotlight in anational awards scheme. The team behind the pounds 1.5m City of Light project, which is illuminating key city buildings, has scooped the 2005 Local Government News street design award in the lighting category.

Judges gave Liverpool's team a glowing report for its project to bring 30 of the city's landmark buildings to life by bathing them in light.

LGN Editor Laura Sharman was presenting the award to the city centre projects team at Liverpool town hall today.

Buildings lit up include Liverpool Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Picton Library, St George's hall, Three Graces, two cathedrals, Philharmonic Hall and Beetham Plaza
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 24, 2005
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