SAVE SEFTON PARK MEADOWS

The campaign to stop Liverpool City Council selling off the meadows of Sefton Park

Deadline Extended for the Meadows to be Protected

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The DEADLINE FOR COMMENTS ON SITES TO BE PROTECTED IN THE LIVERPOOL LOCAL PLAN HAS BEEN EXTENDED.

NEW DEADLINE IS WED 30TH APRIL 2014.

In the new Liverpool Local Plan, being developed by Liverpool city council,  you can call for the Meadows to be safeguarded as a special site.

To ask for Sefton Park Meadows to be protected in the Local Plan, follow this link http://liverpool.gov.uk/council/consultation/consultation-on-the-liverpool-local-plan/    Follow the details under the ‘How to Respond’  section. To make it easier for you, we have filled in important information on the submission form  LCC Form C.  Just download this form as a Word doc, fill in your personal details and any additional information, and send it into the Council.

 You will also need to send this map Sefton Park Meadows Location Mapto the right with LCC Form C. Just click on the map to download it.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO SEND BOTH FORM C AND THE MAP TOGETHER TO THE COUNCIL. Return date is by 5pm Wed 30th April.

By email: development.plans@liverpool.gov.uk

In person: Municipal Buildings, Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2DH

By post: FREEPOST RRUK-HRTT-LATT, Liverpool City Council, Planning and Building Control, Municipal Buildings, Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2DH

  

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One thought on “Deadline Extended for the Meadows to be Protected

  1. I’m wondering if there might be a compromise. i.e. “green” development which might recall the time until 1970 when at least one of those “islands” consisted of allotments. I propose that the Council rents the land to a social entrepreneur. This entity would employ those normally excluded from employment in a horticultural venture growing high value produce-fresh herbs, polytunnel products etc. This once successful would pay business rates too as well as create employment. Green, masonery/tarmac minimal and low rise.

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