Yes, I think the downtown area located along Mersey waterfront is Liverpool's winning point, anyway it creates the city skyline looks pretty clear and much nicer especially at night
oh ...poor Birmingham and Manchester, they both don't have excellent natural settings.
Do you suppose more money is being pumped into Liverpool than into other cities of regeneration like Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham, and Manchester...and if so, why Liverpool?
What are is the economic situation? It used to be very run down and crime ridden as a result of high unemployment due to industry decline, no?
the money pumped in to liverpool to regenerate it was for the european capital of culture 2008 and the transformation of the city has been very good.To say though the city was crime ridden cos of unemployment the same could be said for manchester and birmingham every city has been through it up north with pit closures the collapse of the textile industry and all.They are coming through it very nicley as we look through these forums at these cities transformation.Liverpool got lucky with getting the nod for the culture thing and fair play to em.
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