Victorian Liverpool: prominent properties and their history

Victorian Liverpool: prominent properties and their history In 2002 the then chairman of English Heritage, Sir Neil Cossons, described Liverpool as “England’s finest Victorian city” - a reference, no doubt, to the many fine period buildings that have remained unaltered since the time of Charles Dickens. Dickens himself was a frequent and enthusiastic visitor ... Read More...

Should heritage sites be repurposed to meet Liverpool’s housing needs?

Should heritage sites be repurposed to meet Liverpool's housing needs? A city long renowned for its plethora of stunning architecture, Liverpool boasts the greatest concentration of Grade II-listed buildings of anywhere outside of London. With the demand for new homes as pressing as ever and past high-profile residential conversions of character ... Read More...