How We Built Britain
As a designated World Heritage Site Liverpool is facing questions and debate about how far development should go, particularly on the famous waterfront.
Liverpool is a World Heritage Site - something the people of Liverpool are very proud of. A city of cultural icons there is now a battle between the diverse styles - old and the new, traditional and modern.
This film on the Fourth Grace is presented by Loyd Grossman, Liverpool's adopted son. Loyd was influential in promoting the city to win the European Capital of Culture bid and is Chair of National Museums Liverpool .
Passionate about Liverpool and a highly regarded familiar figure on Merseyside as well as on TV, Loyd Grossman interviews some of the key players in Liverpool's regeneration.
View the video to see Lloyd Grossman talk about Liverpool's waterfront and the Fourth Grace.
What is your view on the redevelopment of Liverpool? Is change good for the city? Are the right new buildings being built, or should the city look for other designs?
last updated: 25/06/07