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Liverpool Mayoral election: open meeting to discuss landscape agenda
Tue 21 March 2017, 19:00 – 21:00 GMT
CPRE Lancashire invites you to attend a meeting to discuss our Mayoral asks for strategic spatial planning and investment decisions impacting on our countryside and urban parkland.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday 21 March from 7pm-9pm at the Eleanor Rathbone conference room, Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, Liverpool L8 7PE.
The meeting will enable CPRE Lancashire to explain recent work in the Liverpool City Region, such as local plan consultations, opposition to the development of land at a number of Liverpool Parks, and work with Nature Connected the Local Nature Partnership.
The incoming Mayor will have a key role and power in the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and the prioritisation of strategic investment and planning decisions for the next 20 years for Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral. We believe our green spaces are so important for people’s health and well-being, for food production and farming, and for habitats and biodiversity, and these green assets must be protected and enhanced in the future.
In response CPRE Lancashire is forming a new CPRE Liverpool City Region wide group including existing CPRE district groups, members, and other local groups who wish to positively influence the outcome of policy and land allocations decisions to ensure in the future our open green spaces are best protected and enhanced.
We are interested in other environmental organisations attending to share information on current priorities and to identify possible partnership and funding opportunities to guide decision making at the Liverpool City Region level.
For further information please contact Jackie Copley, CPRE Lancashire Planning Manager at email@example.com
Photo above of Liverpool City Council © Neil Howard, Creative Commons License