Residents and workers in the Liverpool City Region still have time to have their say and shape the future of the city region, as plans are drawn up that will influence everything from housing and transport, to jobs and health.
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram is calling for people across the Liverpool City Region to have their say and help shape the future of the region – with big implications for everything from jobs and housing, to transport and health.
Launched by Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, “LCR Listens: Our Places” has won the Planning Award 2020 for stakeholder engagement in planning (plan-making).
The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has approved more than £2 million to enable the development of 240 homes at Moss Nook in St Helens.
As part of a consultation process to help make the city region a more prosperous, healthier and greener place to live, work, invest in, and visit, the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has invited PLACED, a local organisation, to deliver a series of pop-up events across the city region.
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, has called on this, or any future government, to provide £200m funding to clean up brownfield sites and make them ready for development.
The programme will start to work with the first phase of 60 homeless people across the city region this week.
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region is marking the second anniversary of his election in May 2017.