Proposals to renew Liverpool's Sefton Park

Proposals to renew Liverpool's Sefton Park are to be developed by LDA Design for the city council. Originally designed by an Anglo-French team in 1867, the public space is influenced by the 19th century style of Parisian parks. But over the years many important views have been lost and the fabric of the grade II* listed park has deteriorated. The project aims to re-establish its landscape design principles as well as respond to the needs of the community, which is involved in a series of design working groups.

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