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Waterfront revamp plans revealed
Plans have been unveiled to regenerate a key landmark on Liverpool`s waterfront in time for the capital of culture in 2008.

The city council is considering proposals costing 1.4m to rejuvenate Otterspool Park and Promenade.

The plans aim to make the park and prom a top class destination for local people and tourists.

They include developing the site so it can stage open air performances in the Capital of Culture year 2008.

A new park entrance would be built at Jericho Lane with a new play and fitness area, picnic tables and improved road surfaces.

The scheme will be paid for by the Mersey Waterfront organisation and European cash.

Liverpool council will discuss the plans at an executive board meeting on 16 June.


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