Don't build this Dubai on the Mersey

June 2012
Building Design;6/29/2012, Issue 2020, p2
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the potential of the Liverpool Waters scheme in Liverpool, England to bring financial benefit to the city similar to the financial benefits brought by inclusion of Liverpool in the list of world heritage sites by UNESCO.


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