SAVE SEFTON PARK MEADOWS

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

Comments In by Oct 31st to Protect the Meadows and Greenspaces

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Drop in Session:  Mon 24th Oct 5.30pm to 7pm, 6th Floor Cunard Building.

We have already posted about the urgency for local people to comment on Liverpool’s new Draft Local Plan, demanding that the council protect ALL our parks AND Greenspaces, including Sefton Park Meadows.  Comments in writing on the Council website or by email must be in by Oct 31st.

Engage Liverpool are facilitating a workshop discussion on the draft Local Plan on 6th floor of the Cunard Building, Pier Head.  For more details and how to register, email chair@engageliverpool.com

See our previous posting for more details on how to make comments, or jump onto our  FB page.  We have also updated our supporters-guide-draft-local-plan to help you make your points on why the Meadows should be protected.

You can also call for Sefton Park Meadows to be a special site, protected in the Draft Local Plan. We have partially completed this form for supporters to send in.  Download http://www.ourground.net/SITESFORM_2016.docx and  just fill in with your details and send in.  All details on form. You must also attach this sefton-park-meadows-location-map pic of the Meadows site with your form   http://www.ourground.net/SPM_Location_Map.pdf

 

 

LATEST NEWS: The Strategic Green and Open Spaces Boardled by Simon O’Brien launched its Final Green and Open Spaces Report on 6th October at the Isla Gladstone in Stanley Park. Some of this makes interesting reading for the Meadows campaign and supports its protection from Redrow’s housing development ‘green snatch’.   We have used Simon O’Brien’s recommendations in this new report to support our case.

strategic-green-open-spaces-final-report

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