cathedral precinct

cathedral precinct

The grounds immediately surrounding a cathedral.
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In May 2010, Norwich Cathedral precinct became home to a Japanese karesansui garden.
If we really want a long view, it would be simpler to remove the central covered area of Cathedral Lanes, together with the unused restaurant at the back, to make a walkway through to Cuckoo Lane and the cathedral precinct.
The Wave a rtree industrial park, the Cathedral precinct, Cantril Farm, the Festiva i l Garden - all that started in 1979 or 1981.
GLASGOW CATHEDRAL : Cathedral Precinct, Castle Street; http://www.
Given its architecturally-sensitive location, the university says the new academy will be developed to the highest standards and in keeping with existing buildings on the Cathedral Precinct.
Hundreds of onlookers had begun gathering an hour beforehand among the young sycamore trees in the cathedral precinct on a blustery Glasgow day.
Ms Jaray, an internationally renowned painter whose other public art projects have included the cathedral precinct in Wakefield and the forecourt of the British embassy in Moscow, said she believed it would be better to replace Forward with trees and seating rather than another work of art.
A spokesman for the Archdiocese of Liverpool said: ``We are delighted to have had the opportunity to work with Liverpool John Moores University on this project which will contribute to the redevelopment and enhancement of the Metropolitan Cathedral Precinct.
The new-build scheme on Brownlow Hill and Mount Pleasant is part of the Cathedral Precinct redevelopment by Liverpool-based Neptune, linking the Metropolitan Cathedral with the city's cultural quarter.
Most striking in this central portion of the Phoenix Initiative, aimed at linking cathedral precinct with the transport museum, is the juxtaposition of old and new.
The Foundation is part of the Cathedral Precinct redevelopment which has been undertaken by Neptune Developments in partnership with the Liverpool Archdiocese, linking the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King with the heart of the cultural quarter in the city centre.
Among the 30 things on Hezza's list were a Tate Gallery for Liverpool, a technology park in Wavertree, a cathedral precinct and a clean-up of the Mersey.