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News: UK

Fri 5 Aug, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


But I think beyond that it's about creating a better place for people to live in Liverpool and positioning Liverpool in a slightly different way than we have done in the past

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Liverpool’s plans to officially establish and invest in the gay quarter of the city are going to be proposed at the council meeting next week.

A report for an investment for Stanley St in the heart of Liverpool’s gay quarter is to be proposed next week and could result in £12,000 worth of improvements to be made.

Following consultations in May about work to be done

The reinvention of the popular gay are would see the creation of a central square buzzing with restaurants and cafes to ultimately give it the cosmopolitan and international feel that will entice visitors to the area whilst visiting the city.


According to the BBC, Labour Councillor Nick Small who is supporting the action, said: "It's all about bringing money into the city and it's around where we want Liverpool to be positioned," he said.



"I think it's going to be jobs in the visitor economy.

"But I think beyond that it's about creating a better place for people to live in Liverpool and positioning Liverpool in a slightly different way than we have done in the past."

 

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