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  • 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 area, we generally see loses between 0.5m to 1m per year, but in winter 2013/14 13m was lost. There are no properties at risk of being washed away, but the pathway that is part of the King Charles... More
    Closed 3 June 2024
  • Children and Young People Plan - Public Survey

    Survey closes on Friday 10th May. More
    Closed 10 May 2024
  • 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 Council want to make the roads and paths better for everyone and help connect the north to the south of the Borough of Sefton. The aim of these improvements is to help connect... More
    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 Birkdale Village. The section between York Road and Lulworth Road is in poor condition and there are no crossing facilities at the junction of Weld Road and Lulworth Road. It is... More
    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 working parents of 2-year-olds can access 15 hours per week from September 2024, most working parents of children aged 9 months up to 3-years-old can access 15 hours per week from September... More
    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, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support. More
    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 care for over the next three to five years in Sefton. This survey will remain open until the 16 th February 2024. Please note that at the end of this survey,... More
    Closed 15 March 2024
  • Parent Carer Wrap Around Childcare Survey 2024

    This survey is to find out from parents and carers what their experiences and needs are in relation to Wrap Around Childcare for school ages children (5-11). The information will be used to inform our Childcare Sufficiency Assessment. It will also help us plan to make sure there are enough high quality childcare places at the times and in the places that families need it in Sefton in line with the Government agenda to increase the avaibility of Wrap Around Childcare Places by September... More
    Closed 14 March 2024
  • 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. As part of this, the Council has specific action plans to help minimise the impact of air pollution in our Air Quality Management Areas i.e. the most polluted parts of the borough. Sefton’s... More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • 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 its anti-idling campaign to target buses, taxis and parents on the school run and encourage them to switch off their car engines when waiting for passengers. Road Cleaning Project Thanks to... More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • 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 Centre (Sefton’s award-winning environmental education facility) to engage children on the issue of Air Quality in a safe, fun environment. The website aims to raise awareness of air quality issues in... More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • 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: https://www.sefton.gov.uk/public-health/public-health-annual-report/ More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • 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. A copy of Sefton’s latest Air Quality Status Report is available below. Previous versions of the Air Quality Status Report are available online here More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • 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 equipment and an extensive network of passive diffusion tubes to determine the levels of certain harmful pollutants (in line with government requirements). Our Dedicated ‘Breathing Space’... More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • Potential Clean Air Zone

    Despite significant effort to improve local air quality, the actions carried out so far have not been enough to address all identified air quality issues within Sefton. Because of this, i n 2020 , with the help of Environmental Consultants AECOM, the Council began the development of a detailed Clean Air Plan Project. An Outline Business Case (a detailed study into air quality) has been developed for the Clean Air Plan, to see if different ideas to improve air... More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • Introducing Sefton's Clean Air Plan Strategy

    The Clean Air Plan Strategy looks at the local area and the air quality to help develop actions to tackle poor air quality. In line with government requirements, we carry out detailed air quality monitoring at different locations across the Borough to find out the levels of pollutants that can harm the quality of the air and people’s health. The locations where air quality has been identified as a current concern are called Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) – these are areas... More
    Closed 1 March 2024
  • Funded Early Years Childcare Questionnaire-Parents of 1 year olds

    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 working parents of 2-year-olds can access 15 hours per week from September 2024, most working parents of children aged 9 months up to 3-years-old can access 15 hours per week from September... More
    Closed 29 February 2024
  • Public Spaces Protection Order for Dog Control Consultation

    Closed 18 February 2024
  • Sefton’s Covid Memorial Consultation

    Remember, reflect – have your say on plans for Covid memorials in Sefton. More
    Closed 12 January 2024
  • Southport Eastern Access Improvement Scheme - Key Stakeholder Information

    Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport network to support our Sefton 2030 Vision, throughout the whole of the Borough of Sefton. The Southport Eastern Access scheme spans from Eastbank Street / Bridge Street to Kew Roundabout and connects to Foul Lane and Meols Cop Station. The proposals are to introduce new and upgraded junctions and active travel (walking and cycling) routes along Scarisbrick New Road, Southport Road, Kew Roundabout, Foul Lane, Meols Cop Road,... More
    Closed 22 December 2023
  • Southport Eastern Access Improvement Scheme - PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

    Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport network to support our Sefton 2030 Vision, throughout the whole of the Borough of Sefton. The Southport Eastern Access improvement scheme spans from Eastbank Street / Bridge Street to Kew Roundabout and connects to Foul Lane and Meols Cop Station. Our scheme is focused on introducing new and upgraded junctions and active travel (walking and cycling) routes along Scarisbrick New Road, Southport Road, Kew Roundabout, Foul... More
    Closed 22 December 2023
  • Draft Bootle Area Action Plan

    ‘Our Future, Our Bootle’ is an Area Action Plan which will set out a clear vision for Bootle for the next two decades and beyond. Sefton Council is inviting the community to continue to shape ambitious plans that will ensure Bootle is a great place to work, live, shop and socialise. Following the first round of public consultation last year, the Council has incorporated public feedback into its ‘Area Action Plan’ which sets out a clear vision for the town for the next 20... More
    Closed 6 November 2023
  • Making space for water - Churchtown and Crossens, Southport

    The project, ‘Making Space for Water - Churchtown and Crossens, Southport’, aims to reduce flooding in the area by creating spaces for water to flow into during heavy rain and replacing some of the underground pipes to allow more water to flow them. The new spaces where water will flow into will not only lower the flood risk but will also encourage all life to thrive in the area. It will allow plants and wildlife to grow and provide spaces for people to also enjoy nature. People... More
    Closed 6 November 2023
  • Lunt Village, Homer Green and Carr Houses Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan Consultation.

    Local Authorities have a duty to review, from time to time their areas to ensure that places of special architectural or historic interest are being protected. The boundaries of existing Conservation Areas may be revised, new areas may be designated and those areas which have been eroded to the extent that their special character has been lost, may be de-designated. Under section 72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990, the Council has a legal obligation to... More
    Closed 1 November 2023
  • Consultation about Empty Properties and Council Tax

    ***Consulation Extended until 27th October 2023*** The Government is bringing in new rules to allow Councils to make changes to Council Tax. The new rules will affect properties that have: been left empty for a long time. (Known as long term empty properties). properties that are only lived in sometimes. (Known as second homes or holiday homes). The changes for properties that have been left empty long term will happen from 1 st ... More
    Closed 27 October 2023
  • Maritime Corridor Improvements - PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

    Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport network to support our Sefton 2030 Vision throughout the whole of the Borough of Sefton. Our proposals for Maritime Corridor Improvements are separate from, and not connected to, National Highways (formerly Highways England) proposals for replacing the former footbridge across Dunnings Bridge Road near to Park Lane ; or the National Highways proposals for the Port of Liverpool Access scheme. The Council is responsible for... More
    Closed 26 October 2023
  • SEND Inspection Webinar Post Meeting Survey

    Please complete this post meeting survey More
    Closed 18 October 2023
  • SEND Inspection Webinar Pre Meeting Survey

    Please complete this survey about your knowledge of the SEND inspection process More
    Closed 18 October 2023
  • Proposed changes to Council Tax Reduction Scheme from 1 April 2024

    The council is thinking about making changes to the local Council Tax Reduction scheme for people who are working but also receiving Universal Credit. What is Council Tax? Council Tax is money that people pay each year for each and every home in Sefton. Sefton uses this money to pay for local services, such as: Schools Emptying bins Keeping the streets clean Street lights What is Council Tax... More
    Closed 13 October 2023
  • Have Your Say - Sefton Electoral Review (external)

    The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking for your views on our electoral review of Sefton. The review will agree new ward boundaries across the council. More
    Closed 2 October 2023
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