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Share your views on plans for Crosby’s town centre at drop-in event tomorrow, Wednesday 3rd November, from 2pm to 7pm

Crosby residents and visitors are being invited to have their say on plans to Crosby’s town centre at a drop-in event from 2pm to 7pm tomorrow (Wednesday 3rd November), at St. Luke’s Church, Crosby, L23 5SE.

Organised by Sefton Council’s Regeneration Team, the event is a chance for people to share their views, ask questions and discuss the Council’s plan for regenerating Crosby’s historic town centre.

Improvements to car parks, highways and junctions, and town centre access are all part of the proposed regeneration plan for Crosby.

A public consultation to gain the views of people who live, work and visit Crosby is already underway. The online survey where people can share their thoughts can be found at until Sunday 7th November.

Those without internet access, can give feedback over the phone by calling 0345 140 0845.

Cllr Fairclough, Cabinet Member for Locality Services at Sefton Council, said: “The Council is committed to listening to valued feedback and I strongly encourage people to come along tomorrow to ask questions and share their views.

“The drop-in event is a fantastic opportunity for people to help shape the future of Crosby and plans to regenerate and develop the town centre.”

Originally, a plan for regeneration in Crosby was developed by the Council and following consultation was approved in 2015.