The Fabric District from the Skies

In August this year, the CIC commissioned Jefferson Air Photography to capture some elevated shots of the Fabric District.  The photographs stand as a visual narrative of the ongoing developments that are shaping the district’s future.  Note the big new scheme on Monument Place!
The photos are also a useful reminder of just how central the Fabric District is in Liverpool city centre.  This is really helpful in our ongoing efforts to raise our profile within Liverpool and to ensure we become a priority for investment and regeneration over the years ahead.
We’re pleased to share some of the photos and we hope you enjoy them!
Aerial photograph of The Fabric District in Liverpool

The next chapter in Liverpool’s city centre regeneration.

A second aeriel photograph of The Fabric District


Out of Lime Street station and you’re there!

A third angle of an aerial photograph of the Fabric District

Just up the hill from the river and just down the hill from the Universities.

An aerial photograph of the Fabric District


Under the watchful eye of “Paddy’s Wigwam”

Aerial photograph of the fabric district

Looking South!

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