National Museums Liverpool Searches For Planners
National Museums Liverpool is planning to dramatically change its waterfront site. The project will connect Liverpool’s illustrious waterfront with the city, the River Mersey and its many iconic architectural structures.
Mairi Johnson, National Museums Liverpool’s Director of Estates said:
“Liverpool’s waterfront is not only a beautiful space but also one of huge historic significance to the city, the wider region and the rest of the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to create spaces for visitors to linger within this unique setting and to really engage with the spirit of the place.
“We’re expecting this tender process to attract really creative thinkers and exciting plans, inspired by the beauty and potential of the area. We hope to see interesting ways in which we can open up the quaysides, currently not accessible to the public, with a strong, connected vision for how these spaces could be used to complement the amazing stories we tell in the nearby museums.”
Planners have now been invited to tender for the contracts to help transform the zone.