Central library in Liverpool is to undergo a £50m redevelopment in summer 2010
Parts of the library which are Grade II listed will be restored to their former glory
The library on William Brown Street will be transformed into a new multi media facility
The number of public computers will be doubled
New light wells at the front and rear will allow the library to naturally lit
Five new floors will give better access with escalators, lifts, meeting rooms and cafes
A new children's zone will open as part of the development
The new entrance will include a 'literary pavement' and a 24 hour drop off service.
There will be a dedicated room to John James Audubon's celebrated book, Birds of America.
A new roof top terrace will overlook St John's Gardens.
Liverpool records Office will be based at the library and will house 14km of archives of the city's 800 year history, including the original 1207 charter, in secure, climate controlled storage.
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