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  • Southport Walking and Cycling Route - Birkdale to Ainsdale

    Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport networks to support the Sefton 2030 Vision and our commitment to act on Climate. The Southport Walking and Cycling Route creates a link from Birkdale to Ainsdale. ... More
    Closed 25 July 2021
  • Southport Walking and Cycling Route - Hesketh Park to the Plough

    Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport networks to support the Sefton 2030 Vision and our commitment to act on Climate. The Southport Walking and Cycling Route creates a link from Hesketh Park to the Plough. More
    Closed 25 July 2021
  • Your Roads and Streets

    We want to find out your views about your roads and streets throughout Sefton. This information will help us to shape our plans and what we do in the future. More
    Closed 25 July 2021
  • Your Streets Feedback

    This page is dedicated to let you know what we have done/are doing with your feedback to the Your Streets Consultations. More
    Opened 16 July 2021
  • Crosby Coastal Path - new and upgraded cycleway and footway

    Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport networks to support both our Sefton 2030 Vision and to deliver our commitment to the Climate Emergency Declaration 2019. This scheme will provide a new and upgraded cycling and walking route between Crosby Leisure Centre and Crosby... More
    Closed 4 July 2021
  • Related Policy

    There are lots of policy documents which are set at a national, regional and local level which are important to think about when we look to shape our plans for our local streets. Here are links to policy documents which you may find useful. National Documents Gear Change - a... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Ainsdale On Sea Consultation

    Within the Sefton Coastal Plan, Ainsdale on Sea has been recognised as one of the borough’s key coastal gateways and sits in an area of high conservation value within a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The area is important to the council to provide a high-quality visitor... More
    Opened 21 June 2021
  • Sefton Allotment Survey

    This consultation will seek the views of plot holders, those currently waiting and those not on the current lists to seek their views on Sefton’s allotments. More
    Opened 16 June 2021
  • Further Information

    Here you will find further information related to our streets in Sefton, how we design for people walking and cycling, the health benefits of walking and cycling, Seftons Air Quality Reports and information on what you have already told us. Designing for people walking and cycling The... More
    Opened 21 May 2021
  • Maritime Corridor Improvements Scheme

    Help Us to Develop a Scheme to Improve Travel to and from the Maritime Corridor Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport network to support our Sefton 2030 Vision , throughout the whole of the Borough of Sefton. The Maritime Corridor reaches... More
    Closed 11 April 2021
  • Sefton Parent-Carer SEND Survey 2021

    Dear Parents/Carers, We would like to gather your views, as parents/carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND), on what is going well and what could be improved in our local area. We would be grateful if you could complete this... More
    Closed 26 March 2021
  • Introducing Sefton's Clean Air Plan Strategy

    The Clean Air Plan Strategy requires a full understanding of local air quality in order to develop appropriate actions to tackle poor air quality. In line with government requirements, we undertake detailed air quality monitoring at various locations across the Borough to find out the levels... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • Potential Clean Air Zone

    In 2020, in conjunction with the Environmental Consultants AECOM, the Council began the development of a detailed Clean Air Plan Project. An Outline Business Case (OBC) is currently being developed for the Clean Air Plan, to see if different ideas to improve air quality, including a Sefton... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • Air Quality Monitoring

    Air quality across most of the borough is of a good standard, but there are four areas that have been identified as Air Quality Management Areas where air quality does not meet national standards. We undertake detailed air quality monitoring using both automatic air quality monitoring... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • Air Quality Status Report

    The Council has a legal duty to prepare an annual review of air quality in the Borough. This is known as the Annual Air Quality Status Report (AQSR) and provides a summary of air quality conditions, the defined Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) and our actions to improve air quality. ... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • Public Health Annual Report

    Sefton’s Director of Public Health is required to produce an annual report on the health and wellbeing of our Borough’s population, highlighting key issues. The 2018/19 report focused on air quality and health in Sefton. The report can be accessed here: ... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • School Engagement and Campaigns

    Sefton Council continues to work closely with schools to ensure that its youngest residents are aware of both the causes and risks of air pollution and the steps they can take to avoid it. A ‘Clean Air Crew’ website has been designed by teachers at Southport Eco... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • Community Engagement and Campaigns

    Sefton Council has been working with its partners, community groups and local residents to help promote clean air and to encourage everyone to do their bit to make a difference. Here are some of the activities and campaigns: Anti-idling campaign In 2019, Sefton Council launched... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • How Can You Help?

    As part of its 2030 Vision, Sefton Council is committed to maintaining a clean, green and beautiful borough. This pledge encourages everybody to work together to keep Sefton clean and green, with a commitment to recycling, low pollution and better air quality. ... More
    Opened 26 March 2021
  • Coronation Park Consultation

    Green Sefton in partnership with the Friends of Coronation Park and supported by Capacity a Social Enterprise that supports organisations rethink and reimagine public services are looking at improving the facilities within Coronation Park in Crosby. There are no funds available at this time... More
    Closed 12 March 2021
  • Sefton Solid Fuel Survey: Tell Sefton Council What You Know

    Do you think you’re burning the best fuel, using the more environmentally friendly stove which reduces air pollution or fancy yourself as a pollution expert? Perhaps you know that you still have lots to learn? Are you a current stove owner or are you planning to install a stove... More
    Closed 26 February 2021
  • Southport Golf Links Consultation

    Green Sefton are looking at improving the course and facilities at Southport Golf Links. There are no funds available for investment at this time, but we would like your opinion on priorities and options, which will help form the way forward in any future developments for the Course. This... More
    Closed 20 November 2020
  • SEND Short Survey 2020

    Following on from the SEND Parent and Carer survey that was carried out in November 2019, we are keen to understand whether you are seeing an improvement in the help and support you are receiving from health, education social care and the SEN casework team in Sefton? ... More
    Closed 16 October 2020
  • Public Space Protection Order for Dog Control

    Sefton had a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for Dog Control in place from July 2017 to July 2020. Public Space Protection Order for Dog Control PSPOs form part of the powers available to local authorities to help tackle anti-social behaviour on a local level. The PSPO for dog... More
    Closed 5 October 2020
  • Accessing Services for Children with Additional Needs and Disabilities Guidance Feedback Survey

    The Aiming High Service Disabled Children's Team have prepared Draft Guidance to Accessing Services for children with additional needs and disabilities. Sefton expects that all children and their families should have the same range of opportunities, regardless of ability. We want... More
    Closed 14 September 2020
  • Green and Clean

    Creating places for people to lead healthy lives and addressing climate change are two of the biggest challenges that we currently face. Southport starts from a position of strength. The coast, the parks, gardens and green spaces in the town all contribute to making... More
    Closed 20 July 2020
  • Better Connected

    Southport is close to the major cities of the North west, its mainline railway stations and international airports . The quality of its transport connections to the wider region and beyond are critical to ensuring access to business, visitor and job markets. ... More
    Closed 20 July 2020
  • World Class Waterfront

    The waterfront is the area between the promenade and the beach. It contains some of the town’s best loved features including parks and gardens, the iconic pier, the Marine Lake, Pleasureland and the theatre and convention centre. It is an important area in... More
    Closed 20 July 2020
  • Thriving Town Centre

    For many people, Lord Street is one of the most important features of Southport. This grand boulevard was once lined with boutique shops and it was considered to be one of the most exclusive shopping streets in the country. Today, Lord Street and the town centre face... More
    Closed 20 July 2020
  • Stronger Economy

    Southport has historically been a prosperous place with low unemployment and deprivation levels, however its economy is very reliant on tourism and retailing. Both of these business sectors face challenges and need investment to ensure that the town can compete for... More
    Closed 20 July 2020
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