News in brief: Planning officers at Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council ...

Planning officers at Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council have raised concerns that the redevelopment of Liverpool's waterfront could blot views across the Mersey. The proposed Brunswick Quay scheme includes a 50-storey residential tower, which at 158m would become Merseyside's tallest building. A report to Wirral's economic regeneration and planning committee concedes that the building may make a dramatic contribution to the landscape but warns its location at the end of the docks is isolated from other high buildings in the area.

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