Letter: Turn the tide.
CAN the city really afford to take another big blow, like the loss of the Central Village Project?
Here we have a large area of derelict land in the centre of Liverpool which really must be redeveloped and English Heritage are objecting because it borders on the RopeWalks area.
Has anyone from English Heritage bothered to really walk around this end of town lately?
I think not. There is still plenty of dereliction and squalor to be found. These people in their ivory towers will kill off Liverpool if we let them. They want to tur n our city into a museum, but a museum piece in 21st-century Britain will not survive.
It really is time now for the tide to turn and I just hope Warren Bradley is the man to take on the challenge
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Dec 15, 2005|
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