New Ferry residents and those who run businesses are invited to have their say on initial regeneration options for the area.
Over the past few months at the regular community meetings, there have been discussions and ideas put forward to create a viable and sustainable future for New Ferry.
Wirral Council has appointed consultants GVA to explore the ideas put forward by local people. They will assess the area’s potential to emerge successfully from the impact of the explosion in March, which caused massive devastation to the area.
View the regeneration options
Based on our work with the community GVA have created some initial regeneration ideas for discussion. More detailed plans and impressions will come forward later.
You can view the ideas in the document below and also at the public drop-in events in New Ferry.
Have your say on the regeneration ideas
A series of public drop-in events will take place at St Mark’s Church, New Chester Road, New Ferry from 2:00 to 7:00pm on the following days:
- Tuesday 12 September
- Wednesday 13 September
- Thursday 14 September
Make your comments online
If you can’t make it to the events you can also have your say online by viewing the ideas and completing a short survey.
What happens next?
Once the public consultation has been completed we will be reporting back to the next community meeting on Monday 18 September at 5:30pm in St. Mark’s Church Hall.
Within a couple of weeks we will finalise the regeneration plan ready for submission to the government and various other agencies for funding support. This will be critical to delivering the regeneration.