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A 12-month restoration of Liverpool’s historic former Andrew Carnegie Library will begin in the coming weeks thanks to a funding boost.
Legacie Developments has revealed plans for its first hotel in Liverpool, a 250-bedroom scheme on the site of a car park on Duke Street.
Will be banned by 2025, although gas hobs will still be allowed.
The brief is to create a modern visitor attraction which connects Liverpool’s historic waterfront with the city, its architecture and the River Mersey.
The cost of delivering the scheme, including development, design, construction, new lines and supporting infrastructure, is estimated at £6bn, which includes 30km of train track to connect to HS2. The construction phase is expected to take 10 years.
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