The Future Of Liverpool: One E-Network, Many Prospects?

Liverpool Tunnel airvent outlet & Liverbirds There can be few issues, at the local level, more pressing than what’s to happen to one’s city. As Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture Year ends, perhaps the new LinkedIn Group on ‘The Future of Liverpool’ will help to sharpen our ideas.
The Future Of Liverpool
For Liverpool, 2008 has been a year of enormous change, as buildings have come down and gone up, roads have disappeared and re-emerged, and of course the European Capital of Culture has taken, massively, the centre stage.
But now the emphasis must move from these transitions to our longer-term future; new critiques and ideas will emerge and point us in as yet unrevealed directions. And everyone who can will need to be involved; not just those who sit in committee rooms.
To help the debate along a new LinkedIn Group open to all has been formed. To join, simply go to LinkedIn and then search Groups for ‘The Future of Liverpool’. Your contributions will be very welcome.
Read more articles about The Future Of Liverpool and see photographs of Liverpool & Merseyside.

Posted on December 31, 2008, in HOPES: The Hope Street Association, Liverpool And Merseyside, People And Places, Regeneration, Renewal And Resilience, Travel and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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