Our Future, Our Bootle - Bootle Area Action Plan
Sefton Council is inviting residents and stakeholders to share their thoughts on the future of Bootle as part of the first stage of consultation on a new 20 year plan for the town.
‘Our Future, Our Bootle’ is an Area Action Plan which will set out a clear vision for the town for the next two decades and beyond.
The plan will act as a catalyst for further investment in the town, creating more opportunities for local people and businesses. It will also help to secure the homes that people need and want, help address the challenge of climate change, provide good quality open spaces and facilities, seek local environmental improvements as well as securing job opportunities.
More information about the consultation is included in a newsletter which can be viewed HERE.
How can I find out more?
You can view the Issues and Options document in full by clicking here
You can view a detailed map of Bootle Area Action Plan area here.
You can also view this document at:
Bootle Library, Stanley Road
Magdalen House, Trinity Road
Bootle Town Hall, Oriel Road
If you have any questions or need assistance accessing the document (including in a different format) or completing the survey please contact us by calling 0808 168 8296 and leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
You can also email email@example.com
How can I provide feedback?
You can complete a feedback form here.
Printed forms are also available at the locations above and will be available at the drop-in sessions.
You can also write to us at: Planning Department, Ground Floor Magdalen House, Trinity Road, Bootle L20 3NJ
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us on: Freephone 0808 168 8296, leave a message and a member of the team will call you back.
You can also share your thoughts on social media. If you see a part of Bootle that you think needs to be protected or improved, share this using #OurBootle
What happens next?
The consultation has been extended to run until Monday 31st January 2022. All feedback received will be reviewed and used to develop the ‘preferred options’. This will be the next stage of consultation in the summer of 2022.