The regeneration of Liverpool city centre cliona corr 10h

Why liverpool city needed improvement

The doughnut effect

Industrial pollution

Old industries that used the river that gone into decline

Public transport

New cycle routes will be provided on the other side of the road to keep the drivers apart from the cyclists this will help the danger of traffic flow

Mersey tram will bring new dimension to public transport in the city centre. Mersey tram stations will be refurbished, giving a better gate away to the city. This will be a quick and affordable way to get to places without having any traffic

Some roads will be improved to allow changes in traffic flow which will let more buses on the road and bikes and there will also be some new signals and wider road junctions to help cope with increased traffic


The sustainable development plan guides the councils performance framework, corporate strategies and individual service plans, helping to put sustainability at the heart of what Liverpool city council thinks and dose

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