Liverpool City Region Listens
We want you to be involved in helping to shape the work of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to create a fairer, stronger, cleaner region, where no one is left behind.
This page provides details about:
Our Community Suppliers Network is a great way of enabling voluntary, community, faith-based organisations and social enterprises to access low value commissioning opportunities offered by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and partners. Recent opportunities included requests to carry out climate-themed workshops and focus groups, providing training and even graphic design work.
By being a member of the network, you’ll not only regularly receive commissioning opportunities but hear about free training offers and networking events.
Too often young people are excluded from the debate when politicians are making decisions. Yet it’s you who have to live with the consequences of those choices the longest.
Do you live in Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens or Wirral? Are you aged between 13 and 18? If the answer to both questions is yes, you can sign up to be a member of Metro Mayor’s Youth Impact.
With an ageing population we want more people of the city region to get involved in shaping the policies that affect their future. The Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor Network 55+ is an online group for residents who would like to help us make the city region a better place to age. You choose how much you want to get involved and you can opt out at any time.
The Dementia Advisory Group was established to coordinate activity to fulfil our pledge to be a Dementia Friendly City Region. Membership includes our 6 local authorities, Alzheimers Society, Liverpool Museums House of Memories,Thred cic and The Brain Charity.
To contact the LCR Dementia Advisory Group please email [email protected] with the subject – FAO LCR Dementia Advisory Group.
Local Dementia Action Alliances
To find out more about your local Dementia Action Alliance click on the links below:
To find links to previous consultations and engagements please visit – Have Your Say Today – LCR Listens – Commonplace
Projects include City Centre Bus Network Review, Headbolt Lane Station, Spatial Development Strategy and Net Zero.
New creative space in Huyton is final piece in £6m campaign that’s seen town centres revived across the Liverpool City Region