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Plan to build in courtyard of listed Liverpool social housing opposed

The Society has objected to plans to build over the courtyard to the front of the surviving Eldon Grove Labourers’ Dwellings in Liverpool

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The Society has objected to plans to build over the courtyard to the front of the surviving Eldon Grove Labourers’ Dwellings in Liverpool - a nationally important group of model dwellings devised and built by the city Corporation from 1910 to 1912. The proposals would seriously and detrimentally impact on the setting and views of the listed buildings and would critically undermine the ability to appreciate their special interest and their relationship with the wider area.

You can read our full objection letter here.

The planning application is here.

Friday 23 September, 2016

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