Sefton Council's Consultation Hub

Welcome to Your Sefton Your Say - now all our consultations are in the one place! This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you. Using Your Sefton Your Say means that you can make your views known when decisions are being made about things that affect you or the area you live in.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. You can also see in the 'You Said, We Did' section what's happened as a result of past consultations.

Open Consultations

  • Crosby Interim Coastal Defences

    Crosby Interim Coastal Defences aims to protect the coastline from being lost where a path and pipeline are at high risk of being lost. The area north of Crosby Coastguard Station is being washed away because of large waves and storms moving sand and rubble away from the area. Normally in this...

    Closes 3 June 2024

Closed Consultations

  • Woodvale Junction Walking and Cycling Improvements

    Sefton Council have plans to improve the Woodvale junction. This is the area where the Coastal Road / Liverpool Road / Moor Lane and the Formby Bypass (A565) meet. This junction forms part of the A565 Formby Bypass route for those walking, cycling, and driving through the wider area. The...

    Closed 7 April 2024

  • Helping people to walk / get around Birkdale Village (Weld Road) - Public Engagement

    The Weld Road area of Birkdale Village has been identified as having poor facilities for those walking around the area. The current traffic lights are not designed for those walking to cross and there are limited crossing points within the village. Weld Road is a key walking route to...

    Closed 7 April 2024

  • Funded Early Years Childcare Questionnaire-Expectant Parents and babies up to one year

    We are publising this questionaire to identify the views of working parents and carers in taking up funded hours of childcare in a nursery or childminder setting. Parents and carers may choose to access all, part or none of their funded entitlement as detailed below: from April 2024, most...

    Closed 29 March 2024

  • Sefton All-Age Carers Strategy Consultation

    The Sefton Carers Strategy 2024-2027 will set out our commitment to unpaid carers and shows how partners in the Borough will work together to support unpaid carers of all ages in Sefton. An unpaid carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness,...

    Closed 24 March 2024

  • Questionnaire for Carers supporting someone living with Dementia

    The purpose of this survey is to help us better understand the experiences and concerns of the people who care for those that live with dementia. This understanding will help us to decide what action needs to be taken - action to improve the journey through dementia for both carers and those they...

    Closed 15 March 2024

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

Feeback on Maritie Corridor Improvements Consultation – We Asked, You Said, We Did.

A key stakeholder and public consultation were held on the Maritime Corridor Improvements scheme in two stages. Both stages used the same information, with key stakeholders being offered a meeting or in person visit to discuss element of the plans in more detail as required.

Stage 1 – Focused on key stakeholders identified by the Council, and those who have an interest in the land on which the scheme will be delivered, either through a freehold, leasehold, or statutory undertaking. This began August 2023 and is ongoing.

Stage 2 – Wider public engagement. This ran from Friday 22nd September to Thursday 26th October 2023.

The Maritime Corridor area reaches from Switch Island to Netherton Way (A5038), including Ormskirk Road (A59) and Dunnings Bridge Road (A5036). Our plans are focused on improving transport links throughout the area by improving junctions and introducing better walking and cycling routes along Dunnings Bridge Road (A5036), Netherton Way (A5038), Bridle Road, Park Lane, Heysham Road and Atlantic Park Drive. We want to make it easier for vehicles, cyclists and those walking to move around the area and utilise employment, educational and retail / leisure opportunities.
The Improvements were split into six sections on Your Sefton Your Say:

•Dunnings Bridge Road Improvements
•Park Lane Improvements
•Vesty Road to Deltic Way Improvements
•Netherton Way Improvements
•Bridle Road Improvements
•Heysham Road Improvements

Each of the improvements had visuals designed to make them easily understandable. All images had alt text to allow for interaction with screen readers. The information was also available in hard copy format on request. The Council emailed all Protected Characteristics Groups as identified by the Councils Equality and Diversity Officer. We also contacted local cycling and walking and community groups.

As a result of the available funding for the improvements, they have now been split into three phases.