Liverpool City Centre Public Domain Master Plan

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Liverpool City Council has developed a draft Public Domain Master Plan for the Liverpool city centre.

This is a 10-year plan that will guide the development of public space in the city centre, such as council-owned streets, laneways, entries to the city, car parks, parks and reserves, areas around rivers and creeks, and heritage items. It also includes proposals for the new infrastructure within public spaces such as trees, vegetation, paving, signage, public art and furniture.




Liverpool City Council has developed a draft Public Domain Master Plan for the Liverpool city centre.

This is a 10-year plan that will guide the development of public space in the city centre, such as council-owned streets, laneways, entries to the city, car parks, parks and reserves, areas around rivers and creeks, and heritage items. It also includes proposals for the new infrastructure within public spaces such as trees, vegetation, paving, signage, public art and furniture.