SEE: IDLES NEWS

I just cut & paste the press release, does that make me idle!?  I know some writers (serious journalistas) would baulk at this & cry & whinge & bang on about ‘cut & paste’ journalism….but who gives a shit…it was too tempting because it contains the whole SHEBANG (check out the tour dates, video links etc)

Get on the Links at the bottom for more…

 

 

IDLES RELEASE NEW SINGLE “GREAT

WATCH VIDEO HERE

ANNOUNCE POP-UP ART EXHIBITION TO RAISE MONEY FOR SAMARITANS

AUGUST 30TH & 31ST
AT HM ELECTRICS GALLERY, LONDON

‘JOY AS AN ACT OF RESISTANCE.’ OUT AUGUST 31ST ON PARTISAN RECORDS

PRE-ORDER HERE

WORLD TOUR ON SALE NOW

 

Following the single’s debut with Steve Lamacq on 6 Music (listen to recent session here) and ahead of a live performance for Annie Mac on Radio 1, IDLES have shared another new song off their much-anticipated new LP ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance,’ out 31st August via Partisan. “Great” is a pro-immigration black comedy (“Islam didn’t eat your hamster/change isn’t a crime”) as well as a scathing confrontation of the Brexit/Trump era. The song is accompanied by a music video (directed by Theo Watkins), which you can watch here: idles.lnk.to/great/youtube

Singer Joe Talbot says of the track: “Let us go forward with open minds and open hearts into that fuck off fire we’ve started. No blame, no hate. Just love and a blue passport.”

‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’ bluntly addresses everything from toxic masculinity, immigration, racism, nationalism + more. The band are able to channel those weighty subjects though pure positivity and even biting humor.

Earlier this month IDLES also announced an art exhibition to celebrate the release of their album.

Open for two days, between 12pm and 8pm, and curated by the band, the exhibition will take place at:

HM Electrics Gallery
65 Nile St.
London N1 7RD

The gallery will contain 18 pieces of work across several mediums, with contributions from:

Orlando Weeks
Nigel Talbot
Tao Lapsley
Russell Oliver
Robin Stewart
Tom Ham
Dapper Signs
Chris Nicholls
Ed Barrett
Beth Cater

The gallery will be free entry and artwork on display available to buy, with all proceeds going to the Samaritans charity.

The band have also announced a run of live in-store dates around the album:

30 Aug UK London, Banquet Records, 9pm
31 Aug UK Bristol, Rough Trade, 3pm
31 Aug UK Bristol, Rough Trade, 7pm
03 Sep UK Portsmouth, Pie and Vinyl, 1pm
03 Sep UK Brighton, Resident, 6.30pm
04 Sep UK London, Rough Trade East, 7pm
05 Sep UK Sheffield, Record Junkee, 1pm
05 Sep UK Nottingham, Rough Trade, 7.30pm
06 Sep UK Leeds, Crash Records, 1pm
06 Sep UK Manchester, FOPP, 5.30pm
07 Sep UK Cardiff, Spiller Records, 7pm

“Great” is the fourth song to be released from IDLES’s much-anticipated upcoming album “Joy As An Act Of Resistance.” Produced by Space and mixed by Adam Greenspan & Nick Launay (Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kate Bush), The album takes aim at everything from nationalism and immigration to class inequality – all while maintaining a visceral, infectious positivity. Singer Joe Talbot summarises: “This album is an attempt to be vulnerable to our audience and to encourage vulnerability; a brave naked smile in this shitty new world. We have stripped back the songs and lyrics to our bare flesh to allow each other to breathe, to celebrate our differences, and act as an ode to communities and the individuals that forge them. Because without our community, we’d be nothing.”

Read Joe’s full statement on the album’s inspiration and origins here.

Watch the video for album opener “Colossus” 

This autumn, IDLES will embark on their first ever global tour, including their biggest London headliner yet at O2 Forum Kentish Town on 18th October. Their last London headliner, at Heaven, sold out nearly six months in front.

Tickets are on sale now HERE

Watch the video for anthemic single “Danny Nedelko

‘Joy as an Act of Resistance.’
Out August 31st on Partisan Records
Pre-order

Tracklist:

1. Colossus
2. Never Fight a Man With a Perm
3. I’m Scum
4. Danny Nedelko
5. Love Song
6. June
7. Samaritans
8. Television
9. Great
10. Gram Rock
11. Cry To Me
12. Rottweiler

‘Tour of Joy’ 2018 dates:

11 Sept – Tokyo, JP – Daikanyama Unit
14 Sept – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
15 Sept – Fort Wayne, IN Middle Waves Music Festival
16 Sept – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups
17 Sept – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
18 Sept – Montreal, QC – Theatre Fairmont
20 Sept –  Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
22 Sept – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
24 Sept – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
25 Sept – Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
27 Sept – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
28 Sept – Nashville, TN – The High Watt
29 Sept – St.  Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room
01 Oct – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
04 Oct – Vancouver, BC – The Rickshaw Theatre
05 Oct – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
06 Oct – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern
08 Oct – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
10 Oct – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
16 Oct –  Bristol, UK – SWX
17 Oct – London, UK – Roundhouse *
18 Oct – London, UK – O2 Forum Kentish Town
19 Oct – Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
20 Oct – Glasgow, UK – O2 ABC
23 Oct – Newcastle, UK – Riverside
24 Oct – Leeds, UK – Leeds University Stylus
25 Oct – Nottingham, UK – Rock City
26 Oct – Birmingham, UK – Institute
27 Oct – Brighton, UK – Concorde 2
29 Oct – Oxford, UK –  O2 Academy
30 Oct – Lille, FR – L’Aeronef
01 Nov – Brussels, BE – Botanique
02 Nov – Leffinge, NL –  De Zwerver
03 Nov – Dusseldorf, DE – zakk
04 Nov – Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg
06 Nov – Groningen, NL – VERA
08 Nov – Copenhagen, DK – Loppen
09 Nov – Hamburg, DE – Knust
10 Nov – Leipzig, DE – UT Connewitz
11 Nov – Berlin, DE – SO36
13 Nov – Prague, CZ – Futurum
14 Nov –  Vienna, AT – Flex Cafe
16 Nov – Munich, DE – Ampere
17 Nov – St. Gallen, CH – Palace
18 Nov – Dudingen, CH – Bad Bonn
19 Nov – Zurich, CH – Mascotte
20 Nov – Lausanne, CH – Les Docks
22 Nov – Milan, IT – Circolo Magnolia
23 Nov – Lyon, FR – Epicerie Moderne
24 Nov – Bordeaux, FR – Rock School Barbey
26 Nov – Porto, PT – Hard Club
27 Nov – Lisbon, PT – Lisboa ao Vivo
29 Nov – Madrid, ES – Moby Dick
30 Nov – Barcelona, ES – Razzmatazz
01 Dec – Toulouse, FR – Connexion Live

* Q Awards show with Wolf Alice

FAN Q&A – TWISTED WHEEL

The Second Coming? You could say that, but we see it as more of a hiatus in what looks to be a long career for Jonny Brown and the band..

And rightly so, you don’t get to No1 in the physical charts unless your making sounds that connect with people and evidently that’s what they have done with the latest release.

You can catch TWISTED WHEEL on tour now as they roll across the UK – Plus they support Liam Gallagher Ft Richard Ashcroft & Bugzy Malone at Old Trafford cricket ground this Saturday August 18

We sent the best questions we received from you (the fans) and Jonny kindly answered them for you….

1.This could be considered your second coming…what’s different this time around?

To start with, I’m more mature in some ways so I’ve found myself more as an artist. When I was younger, it was more about setting up a band and getting songs, recording an album and I don’t think I realized what I was so much. I did you know to an extent but now I’ve had more time and life experience, I know where I’m going and what I am as an artist. Also, my playing and performance is better and I can sing better live, more confident on stage. A new set of songs makes it more exciting too as it adds a lot more excitement for me which passes on to the audience. Just being back: new songs, new band, new audience and at a time when guitar music now is a bit more relevant. When we first came out, it wasn’t so much and we got overlooked a little bit but I think that now we’re getting a bit more recognition for being a good British grass-roots rock n roll band.

2.  Would you ever try a different approach to writing – electronic beats based?

I already have done and definitely will do.

3.  Who inspires you?

David Bowie because of how many times he reinvented himself but came back still being the same person. He had so many different styles and images. I am not so far as him but it’s just someone who doesn’t stop for anyone.

4.  If you could plan the rest of your career – how would it look?

It wouldn’t look like anything the past Twisted Wheel career looked like.  

5.  What’s your favourite song of all time?

El Condor Passa by Simon and Garfunkel. Is it like a Chilean folk song originally – not sure although I should be! But I just love its vibe and to sing and play it. I love the lyrics too.

6.  Who is your favourite singer?

I think John Lennon solo.

7.  If you could write/collaborate with someone who would it be?

Jamie T.  Just because he’s got a bit of a hip hop background and he’s into punk and rock.  I think we could write a song together. He’s current and I feel he’s reachable so I’ll say Jamie T.

8.  Favourite place on earth?

Deia, Mallorca.  In the mountains.

9.  What made you pick up a guitar?

Led Zeppelin: ‘The Song Remains the Same’.

I did actually pick a guitar up when I was 2. There’s a picture of me playing it with my willy!  But yeah – Led Zeppelin in Madison Square Gardens. I wanted to be like Jimmy Page. I was 8/9.

10.  What was the first song you wrote where you thought – hang on – I wanna do this?

A song by my first band ‘The Children’, ‘Set Me Free’. It was about me being an artist and a songwriter in school trying to write and not succeeding.  It was about how the band set me free, I was writing for something and performing. It was about me setting myself free to be an artist.

11.  The first time you met one of your heros – who, when and where.

I met Noel Gallagher in Ibiza at the Cafe Mambo, Sunset Strip, San Antonio. He was on the table next to us. I was 15 and went up and said hello. It was funny that seven years later I was touring with them as a support band!

12.  Is there a venue/festival you would love to play?

The pyramid stage, late at night at Glastonbury.

13. Are you spiritual?

Yeah.

14.  Lad’s holiday or romantic break?

Romantic break.

15.  If somebody offered you 100 million to leave music forever, would you?

Yeah and then I’d give them 30 million to leave me alone and let me do what I want.

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TWISTED WHEEL FAN Q & A – send us your questions!

TWISTED WHEEL set sail again this year after hitting stormy waters a few years back. And what a comeback it’s turned out to be!

They’ve hit No1 in the physical charts, supported Liam Gallagher & The Libertines and have a string of summer dates lined up…

They roll into Liverpool courtesy of Vinyl Junkie Live at EBGB’s July 14th and we thought we’d ask the fans to fire their questions via us to Jonny & the band…

Email your questions to hello@theliverpooleye.com or via FB or Twitter

 

 

 

Slow Watches

Slow watches have been advertising with us for time! (if you’re from these parts you’ll get it)  – Still dig this concept – Stay Slow – TAKE A LOOK

 

slow watches were created to shift the way people read time. So rather than focusing on the second or the minute we have produced an instrument that measures the moment.

slow does not describe a speed…. It’s a mindset that most of us somehow lost. As a result of our busy lifestyles, we often forget that we actually have a choice of how to live. The slow watch (we named it slow Jo) is a subtle reminder that time is the most precious thing we have so we should enjoy everything we do and stop chasing every minute.

In order to be a true symbol of this idea, the slow watch has only one hand that rotates once every 24 hours. It actually moves at half the speed of a normal watch, but allows you to see the progress of your entire day at a glance. This slow way of showing the time is made possible by using a Swiss precision GMT movement that actually has 4 hands and a date (the Ronda 505.24 Swiss Made), but to keep you focused we simply left out the other 3 hands.

Get out of the hamster wheel!
Focus your time on what you really love to do – go for a surf, hang out with friends and family, explore the world, work on something you’re passionate about….all these simple pleasures that can be easy to forget. Of course, we realize most of us live in a world where it’s unfortunately not always possible to do those things we love, but the slow mindset is here to help you to have fun in whatever you are doing. So no matter where you are slow Jo is made to be your long lasting companion on your journey in hectic modern times.

Check out the detailed photos and we’ll let the integrity of the case design speak for itself. slow Jo’s innovative construction allows perfect symmetry on all axes and the raised extra hard glass creates a sweet vintage feel – simply an object of sophistication. That’s why it only uses the highest quality materials and is manufactured in Switzerland by the guys who do slow.

In accordance with the brand concept, purchasing a slow watch should be a stress free experience. It should be simple and not cost a fortune…that’s why slow watches can only be ordered online and will be shipped directly from our factory in Switzerland to you without a middleman increasing the price.

Have a great time and be slow

 

Pssst…. the geezer from ZZTOP wears one

 

DOUBLE FANTASY @ MUSEUM of LIVERPOOL

 

I’m going to keep this simple – Whether you’re a Lennon or Yoko fan (or both) Double Fantasy will be right up your street.

The exhibition contains some major iconic pieces. It’s beautifully curated/presented, flows well and gives you a good shot of the public view of John And Yoko’s relationship – with glimpses into their private life.

Stand Out Pieces – John’s New York t-shirt – that army shirt – the Bed – Yoko’s ladder – The center of the room has John’s round national health specs facing Yoko’s sunglasses – which as well as being iconic just represents them so well.

There’s lots of footage/interviews to be seen and a couple of really thought provoking pieces included a poster of the number of people killed since John was gunned down…

 

 

Large black and white maps of the world adorn the walls – were you are encouraged to colour in countries you think needs peace the most….

The weightier exhibits are balanced by the whimsical pieces displayed and the karaoke booth

where you can belt out you favourite songs…

 

 

The exhibition celebrates the meeting of two of the world’s most creative artists who expressed their deep and powerful love for one another through their art, music and film. They used their fame and influence to campaign for peace and human rights across the world, transforming not only their own lives, but art, music and activism forever.
 
The exhibition includes never-before-seen items from John and Yoko’s personal collection. Featuring photographs, handwritten lyrics and personal objects, alongside music, film and art produced by both John and Yoko.

 

Its an emotional journey, at times thought provoking, funny, touching, the themes of Love & Peace run throughout.

John & Yoko’s work is still as vital today, if not more so, in our ever decreasing ‘peaceful world’

 

Double Fantasy opens 18.5.18 @ Museum of Liverpool – Albert Dock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEAST – THE RESURRECTION

Hey…

We’ve decided to resurrect FEAST

Given the recent upsurge in healthy eating…Vegan & vegetarian in particular, we have brought back an old favourite SO…Expect, great recipes, honed from time well spent in the kitchen, cooking and scoffing delicious homemade food. Possibly washed down with some of the finest booze known to man…..(more on that later).

 

PROPERGANDER – GET INTO THIS – Liverpool Music Strategy reveals major flaws in Merseyside industry but reveals ambitious new plans

The latest PROPERGANDER points you in the direction of Get Into This who have been covering Liverpool’s music scene for over 10 years.

A new Liverpool music strategy is being formulated following consultancy in the city, Getintothis reports on the findings, the faults within Merseyside’s creative industry – and what’s happening next.

Liverpool City Council has brought together key music industry figures to shape a music strategy which makes the most of its UNESCO City of Music status.

External sector experts have used ground-breaking analysis to get an understanding of the scale and significance of the music sector, which includes live music events, production services, recording studios and music publishing – which generates more than £100m turnover annually.

BOP Consulting, a creative industry leader, has researched Liverpool’s music scene, and found that:

  • ·         There are approximately 341 music venues across the city region.
  • ·         The region’s music sector supports 2,360 jobs.
  • ·         There is a live music audience of 937,000 per annum – made up of 520,000 local visitors and the remainder from the rest of the UK and overseas.
  • ·         Live music is a significant part of the City Region’s music economy – live music accounts for 44% of music sector turnover in Liverpool, as opposed to an average of 23% for the UK.

They went on to make a number of recommendations which will be discussed at a special meeting hosted by Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson and Mayor of Liverpool City Region Steve Rotheram, which is to take place in March.

 These recommendations include:

  • The creation of a Liverpool City of Music Board to develop an overview of the music industry and develop a strategy for investment and development.
  • The establishment a Liverpool Music Office which creates a single point of entry for the music sector, based on the successful Liverpool Film Office.
  • To engage with Apple Corps in a partnership relating to the heritage of The Beatles, including securing an agreement to use Beatles-related materials to optimise and build on the existing visitor offer in the city.

When analysing Liverpool, BOP found the city has a vibrant live music scene with extensive heritage, the low cost of business premises makes the city an attractive option and there is a strong music-related offer at city universities.

 

 

In terms of weaknesses, the research found:

  • The region is not seen as an industry hub.
  • Homegrown talent leaves for London.
  • Overall the music scene is fragmented with no leading sector voice.
  • A lack of diversity in programming
  • Significant commercial pressures on venues.

 

The ‘next steps’ meeting to look at the recommendations will coincide with the launch of UK Music’s “Wish You Were Here” report on the contribution of music tourism to the economy of Liverpool City Region which will take place in the near future.

Image courtesy of G.I.T - Crowd at LIMF

LIMF Crowds

Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said: “Liverpool’s rich music history is undeniable and draws millions of visitors to the city annually – whether it’s people experiencing our Fab Four attractions, taking in the enviable talent of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra or enjoying the gigs or music festivals which dominate our cultural calendar.

When it comes to other UK cities, we stand out, and our UNESCO City of Music title is an acknowledgement of that. However we want to make the most of this sector and get an accurate picture of today’s music scene and understand what we can put in place to ensure it reaches its potential.

This is the first time a report of this scale and detail has been undertaken, and working in partnership with creative experts is a significant step to achieving a city region-wide strategy which will invest and enhance all aspects of our music sector.

Working with Steve will ensure this infiltrates across Merseyside and together we can build on the incredible legacy already in place to ensure Liverpool, and the wider region, remains a key player in the music industry – nationally and internationally.

City Region Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram said: We are generally very good at celebrating our musical heritage, but this is about recognising and exploiting the full potential of an important and flourishing economic sector. The city region continues to develop outstanding and innovative musical talent, but we have to develop the infrastructure that enables us to support our musicians, develop the sector and exploit its appeal to global visitors. 

It’s another area where we can grow our economy and build our international reputation by focusing on something where we have a unique and exceptional offer.

UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher said: “UK Music welcomes this report and the positive determination of Mayor Joe Anderson and Liverpool City Council to support the local music scene which brings so much enjoyment to so many people from the city and indeed from across the world, and one which makes a significant contribution to the Liverpool economy.

“Liverpool truly is a world music city and the findings of this report will help inform an important ongoing discussion about how the music industry in Liverpool and the wider City Region can best be protected, supported and strengthened in the future.

  • Read the full report here.
  • Read the full article over on GIT site HERE

SEFTON PARK MEADOWS ‘SAVED’

Sefton Park Meadows

Recently it was announced that the ‘Meadows had been saved. Which at first glance is obviously great news because who wants another REDROW development in Liverpool, right?

What stuck in my mind though was the fact our Mayor said that there had to be a ‘viable solution’

A quote from the ECHO reads – ‘He made it very clear that the land cannot remain unused – and suggested either an allotment or community garden as an alternative.

Mayor Anderson said: “I am happy to concede that there will be no housing development on Sefton Park Meadows, but there does need to be a viable solution.’

What ever happened to being allowed to enjoy green space? Why does there need to be a viable solution?

Mayor Joe who was ‘happy to concede’ because they had decided to build 37000 (37000!!) houses on the old garden festival site…(Can they really fit 37000 houses on the site, or was this a typo in the Echo).

He goes on to say…’So I am happy to leave Sefton Park Meadows but only if it is used.If it is used as a green space that is fine by me, as long as it is used, but we can’t just leave it as it is.

We can’t just leave it as it is?

Why can’t it just be left as a green space? Why does a green space suddenly have to fulfill a purpose?  Can it not just serve as visual break from built up areas, somewhere you can choose to enjoy on a whim? Imagine we took this standpoint on all ‘unused’ green spaces in the city.

Again to quote the ECHO – ‘One of Mayor Anderson’s early suggestions would be that the Transforming Choice charity, which helps homeless alcoholics and is based near to the site – could use the area as a therapeutic allotment for its residents.’

We spoke to a local resident Ken Phillips – ‘We already have a lot of allotment space around Liverpool, so why not ring fence some plots for this kind of usage? I can’t think of anything worse than an allotment popping up, which would have to be fenced off to stop people gaining access and potentially become an eyesore very quickly’.

He added – ‘It seems in conceding Joe feels he still has to put his stamp on the meadows any way, against the will of many’.

After years of tireless campaigning Save Sefton Park Meadows continue to shine a light on the Meadows. Their most recent article is below and highlights some of the latest concerns….

Visit their site to see how you can get involved and have your say on it’s future and the future of other green spaces in Liverpool.

Text below taken from www.saveseftonparkmeadows.org

No Formal Policy Protection for Meadows in New Local Plan

The Liverpool Local Plan 2013 -2033 Pre-submission draft January 2018 has now been published for Public Consultation.

From our reading, we conclude that the Liverpool Local Plan 2013 -2033 Pre-submission draft January 2018 is not Legally Compliant or Sound.

Our campaign group has put together Local Plan 2018 SPM comments to highlight our concerns over the continuing lack of protection for the Meadows and other greenspaces in this Draft Local Plan. We need supporters to comment and challenge this Local Plan to provide clear, unambiguous policy protection for Sefton Park Meadows, Green Space and Green Wedge across the city. You can refer to these comments in your representations if they are helpful.

We are also sending our more detailed representations to the Council.

The Liverpool Local Plan 2013 -2033 Pre-submission draft and all Supporting Documents, including FAQ’s and how to comment can be found here

All representations must be submitted by the deadline of Friday 9 March 2018.

 Reduced status in new Open Spaces Report & Assessment

The new updated LCC Open Space Report Standards April 2017 is also finally published as a Supporting Document with the Local Plan. It reveals that the Meadows has been redesignated to Amenity Greenspace of ‘Low Quality or Value’. This is a significant change from the Open Spaces Report 2005 where the Meadows was clearly shown as part of Sefton Park and High Value/ Quality. No consultation has been held on these changes.

Comments can be made online, by email or by post. Although the Council website strongly recommends that you comment online on the Local Plan specific chapters, sections, policies or tables, this appears to be a very onerous and time consuming process.  You can download our Local Plan SPM comments list of 6 representations (link given above) and send it with your contact details to the Council by email, post or in person (see details below).

Alternatively, download the Council’s 4 page liverpool-local-plan-representation-form, fill in your details, attach our SPM Comments list of 6 representations, and/or your own comments,  and send to the Council.

All completed forms and comments can be sent:

by email to: liverpoollocalplan@liverpool.gov.uk

by post to: Submission Draft Liverpool Local Plan Consultation, Development Plans, FREEPOST RRUK-HRTT-LATT, Cunard Building, Water Street, Liverpool L3 1DS.

Or in person to the Cunard Building offices.

 

Drop-in information events by the Council

Come and find out more about the draft plan and how to comment on it.

20th February 2018: 11am – 5:30pm. Bean There Café 376 Smithdown Rd, L15 5AN.

• 1st March 2018: 11am-7pm. Central Library, William Brown Street, L3 8EW.

You can make comments related to Sefton Park Meadows and other green open spaces across Liverpool or any other matters in the Local Plan that interest you. Your comments will be considered by an independent inspector in the preparation for the next stage of the plan.

What happens next

April-December 2018: Draft plan will be submitted for an independent examination. The Inspector must consider all comments and representations made as part of this consultation.

December 2018-January 2019: Council to adopt the plan and the legal challenge period starts.

So it is important that we get as many representations made as possible at this stage to highlight the lack of protection for the Meadows and Green Space in the Liverpool Local Plan January 2018 document.

The Mayor of Liverpool has confirmed to the Echo that no houses will be built on Sefton Park Meadows, but gives no protection in his 15 year Local Plan.  He now also appears intent on finding a ‘use’ for the Meadows. We have proved its worth now, and no development can ‘improve’ this heritage greenspace.

Please share this information with family and friends.

Remember to submit comments on the Liverpool Local Plan 2013 -2033 to the Council before the Friday 9 March 2018 deadline.

Thank you!

Quotes taken from an article that appeared on the Liverpool Echo website. You can read the full article HERE