Liverpool photo competition, and Local Development Framework
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The Art in Liverpool blog has news that English Heritage and Liverpool City Council (as part of the Historic Environment of Liverpool Project) are running a competition to contribute to the Shanghai Expo 2010.
The theme of the competition is ‘Your Liverpool’, and you can enter by submitting a photo or about 100 words on the topic.
The 10 shortlisted entries will earn their creators a chance to work with digital designers to produce short pieces on ‘their city of Liverpool’. The pieces will then be shown in the Liverpool pavilion at the Expo later this year. Closing date is 22nd February.
Future of Liverpool
On the City Council website today is news of a Local Development Framework (LDF) to guide the future development of the city. The plan has been released for a public consultation.
The most relevant of the seven main features for readers of this blog is “Protecting important historic buildings”. As all Liverpool residents past and present will know, the city has an amazing array of listed and other historic buildings, particularly in Dale Street, Castle Street and the Lime Street/William Brown Street area. It has also seen a great deal needlessly lost.
So get onto the Council site and have a look at the LDF documents, and have your say at one of the local events!