Closed – Have your say on the Liverpool City Region Local Nature Partnership

The Liverpool City Region Local Nature Partnership wider engagement forum will be held on 24 May from 9:30am – 2:30pm at The World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool.  

A range of environmental, economic, social and health partners are working together across Liverpool City Region to put forward a submission to Government to form a Local Nature Partnership. The Partnership will value and maximise opportunities from the City’s Region’s natural environmental assets and services to help ensure that the natural environment is a key criterion in all strategic decision-making and that the quality of the City Region’s natural assets attracts and engages investors, businesses, visitors and residents.

The forum is being held on 24 May from 9:30am – 2:30pm at the World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool to provide local stakeholders – businesses, local authorities and other public bodies, environmental organisations, health bodies and community groups – to voice their opinions on the overall aim and objectives of the Local Nature Partnership and its key priorities.

Attendance at the forum is free, but we are expecting a lot of interest and places will be booked on a first come, first served basis so please do get in touch as soon as possible. If you want to book a place or find out more about the Liverpool City Region Local Nature Partnership, please contact Bo White (bwhite@sqw.co.uk or Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service on 0151-934-4951).

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