Monday, April 11, 2011

Controversial plans to revamp historic Merseyside church set to be approved

Controversial plans to carry out a major revamp at Liverpool’s only surviving medieval church are due to get the go-ahead.

The proposals for All Saints Church, a grade I-listed building in Childwall, would see the creation of an extension and glass-covered walkway over a former burial site.

The plans have attracted controversy both because of the age of the building – with the oldest part dating back to the 14th century – and the fact that they could involve the exhumation of bodies.

Click here to read this article from the Liverpool Daily Post