The workshop, which will be open to all, will ask people to share their thoughts on how communities in the heart of the city can become more diverse and accommodate a variety of ages, and if they feel it's possible to design livable city centre homes?
The workshop will be held at Ed's Place on the ground floor of the old George Henry Lee Building, Houghton Street, Liverpool, 11-2pm on Saturday 22nd September.
Ed’s Place is a pop-up initiative from PLACED and will provide a creative space for people, decision makers and developers to come together and share ideas.
The programme of events, which includes talks, workshops, walking tours, events and exhibitions, will explore how Liverpool city centre could be re-imagined and revived, including future uses for empty shops and greener outdoor spaces.
Ed’s Place will run from 1st – 22nd September. Find out more about the programme of events or to book a place here.