Crosby Town Centre Regeneration

Closed 7 Nov 2021

Opened 22 Sep 2021


As residents, businesses and visitors to Crosby we want to hear your views about our early plans for the redevelopment of the Green Car Park site in the town centre. This consultation is focused on these early plans and the associated transport "enabling works" needed to deliver them. 

As part of the agreed Crosby Investment Strategy (which was consulted upon and agreed in 2014/15) the Green Car Park was identified as a key site for redevelopment, to help revitalise Crosby town centre. Outline plans have now been developed for this site. These include a modern / state of the art building, incorporating a new library, heathcare facilties, town centre living and improved public spaces.

We are also aware of the need to maintain a good level of car parking and improve accessibility by all ways of travelling to the town centre. We have developed a package of transport "enabling works" which include car parking improvements to the Cooksland and Allengate Car Parks and the improvement (reconfiguration) of the A565 Liverpool Road / The By-Pass / B5193 Islington / Coronation Road / Church Road junction. 

Earlier this year, Sefton Council submitted a £19.2 million bid to the Government's Levelling Up Fund which included these ambitious plans for Crosby town centre. This bid is supported by the Crosby Investment Strategy and the Connected Crosby Vision which has been born from the previous consultation and conversations with key stakeholders.

Sefton Council will hear back on the success or failure of this bid later this year. If unsuccessful we will continue to seek alternative funding sources for this regeneration project. Should we be successsful in obtaining funding the scheme will need planning permission to allow us to deliver this regeneration.

We are working hard to develop our plans and want to consult with the public and all key stakeholders as we move towards applying for Planning Permission and continue to develop our plans for the regeneration of Crosby town centre. We want to help achieve an accessible and vibrant town centre which also aligns with Sefton Councils Climate Emergency Declaration.

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Why your views matter

All your views and suggestions will be considered as part of the ongoing design process.

Please note that at the end of this survey before submitting your results, you will be asked if you want to provide an email address so that you can receive a PDF copy of your response. This is completely optional. The email address is only used to send the email to you via the online consultation system provided by Delib as the data processor. The email address will not be stored with the responses and Sefton Council will not have access to it.

Please Also Note: As part of this whole Planning process there will also be further future opportunities to engage and feedback more on the actual building design and mix as more details emerge.




What happens next

We will analyse all the results and identify any spefific concerns or issues on the designs.  A full reiew of the fidings will be part of the desing process and planning documentation.

We will share the results with our Cabinet and Ward Members and publish the key findings via the Sefton Council's website and on the Your Sefton Your Say site. 


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