The council are currently considering how leisure, libraries and cultural services could be delivered in the future in Wirral.

The services need to be sustainable to meet the needs of residents and visitors, now and in the future effectively. To achieve this, the council needs to decide on the appropriate way to deliver these services.

Residents are being asked to complete an online survey to share their opinions, ideas and priorities for the services in future.

The survey will be closing at the end of July 2017.

There are also a number of workshops taking place across Wirral for residents and groups to attend to discuss options. The full list of these sessions are available online.

All of the information gathered will be used to:

  • Inform how services could be delivered in the future – this will form part of a Full Business Case which will outline options and will go to Cabinet in October
  • Generate ideas for innovation in specific services – this will also influence the Business Case but will be of most value once a decision has been made and services are looking at the detail of delivery for their area
  • Help us to understand what’s important to people, what works well and not so well – again this will inform the Business Case but will create added insight and intelligence about what local people and groups value.