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A record of over 600 comments and objections have been submitted for Redrow's planning application to erect 34 dwellings on Sefton Park Meadows. Will Redrow make new amendments as rumored by the mayor? more below

Amendments to the planning application to build over Woolton Woods has extended the deadline for objections to 23 March 2015. more below

Green and Open Spaces Review are now holding Public Meetings throughout March 2015 with opportunities for people and communities to make their views known. For final meetings see below

2015 is an important year for the future of all greenspace in Liverpool. Future planning policy up until 2028 will be drafted for Liverpool's Local Plan - with 100's of acres of greenspace under threat for building developments. more below

Save Our Green Spaces Liverpool (SOGS)

Save Our Green Spaces Liverpool is an umbrella organisation committed to supporting the various community groups that have formed across Liverpool with the aim of saving local greenspace. They oppose Liverpool City Council's plans to sell off the city's parks and the dozens of suburban green-spaces to Liverpool’s preferred house builders, such as Redrow for ‘executive’ homes.

The City Council claim Liverpool has too many parks and too much greenspace for our present population and no money to maintain them. Mayor Anderson claims the land sales will help balance the budget but this is not a legal reason for selling greenspace. He doesn't’t mention that government regulations mean half the money must go to central government and what's left is not allowed to be used for maintenance.

To help save on maintenance costs and identify building land a Mayoral Green & Open Space Review Board has been set-up, chaired by Simon O'Brien, whose members include four on the council payroll. The Board has also been asked to research
innovative ideas from the community - that could relieve the council of the financial burden of maintaining the city's remaining greenspace.

SOGS are categorically opposed to the selling of green-space for cash. Our urban parks and green-spaces are precious community resources to be protected for future generations. If greenspace was not available to property developers, the ample brownfield sites throughout the city would become deliverable for various developments. Open green spaces are irreplaceable - to retain them
with reduced maintenance is far better than losing them altogether.

The Council’s over-ambitious target (up to 2028) to build 40,950* houses is why property developers can claim there’s not enough
brownfield sites - so they can first plunder the city’s highly profitable green-space. The latest official government projections show a lower figure of 24,000** for housing need, in the same period in Liverpool. If this realistic target for housing was adopted by Liverpool City Council then the ample brownfield sites throughout Liverpool could become deliverable for the city’s needs.

* LCC’s latest published Core Strategy commits to build 40,950 new homes between 2011 and 2028. see more below
**Figures from Department for Communities and Local Government (updated 17 February 2015)
It is estimated, by development accountants, that if Sefton Park Meadows was sold it would profit the City between £1 to 2M while Redrow would profit between £20 to 30M in 'executive' house sales).

This SOGS Press Statement 20 March 2015 pdf can be downloaded here

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SOGS Liverpool green space campaigners
St Lukes Church on 28 February 2015

Strategic Green and Open Spaces Advisory Review Board meetings

Liverpool City Council plans to dispose a large number of parks and public green space to reduce maintenance costs and identify land for building developments. This is part of the Local Plan process. A Mayoral Green & Open Space Review has been set-up and is open to everyone to make their views known.

Chaired by Simon O'Brien, this review is to provide strategic direction and recommendations to the Mayor, Cabinet and Council to make decisions in respect of the allocation of Strategic Green and Open Spaces for the benefit of all local communities in Liverpool. As part of this process 10 Public Meetings are being held around the City during March 2015 - anyone in any part of the city can freely attend any meeting to make their views known. Simon O'Brien intends to finish his draft report in June and outcomes may be included in Liverpool's Local Plan draft, due this summer.

It was during the Liverpool Local Plan Consultation last year that property developers, including Redrow Homes, asked for a Review of Green Space - for potential building development land.

Download flyers advertising last 4 meetings, representing over half of Liverpool's real-estate here:

Speke-Garston, Allerton and Hunts Cross & Cressington Wards flyer

Croxteth, West Derby & Yew Tree Wards flyer

Anfield, Kirkdale & Everton flyer

Childwall, Belle Vale & Woolton flyer

Meeting Date and Venues:

St Michael's, Central & Riverside Wards: Tuesday 10 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Southern Neighbourhood Council, 109 Upper Mann Street, Liverpool  L8 6TS

Norris Green, Clubmoor & Tuebrook Wards: Thursday 12 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Porchfield Community Centre, Porchfield Close, Liverpool  L11 9DT

Wavertree, Picton & Princes Park Wards: Saturday 14 March, 10.30am - midday
Wavertree Athletics Centre, Wellington Road, Liverpool  L15 4LE

Fazakerley, Warbreck & County Wards: Tuesday 17 March, 6.30 -8.00pm
Community Centre, Formosa Drive, Liverpool  L10 7LQ

Greenbank, Church & Mossley Hill Wards: Friday 20 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Merseyside Police Support and Social Association, Riversdale Road, Liverpool  L19 3QN

Knotty Ash, Old Swan and Kensington & Fairfield Wards: Saturday 21 March, 10.30 - midday
Kensington Fields Community Centre, Hall Lane, Liverpool  L7 8TQ

Speke-Garston, Allerton and Hunts Cross & Cressington Wards: Tuesday 24 March, 6.30 -8.00pm
Garston Urban Village Hall, Banks Road, Liverpool L19 8JZ

Croxteth, West Derby & Yew Tree Wards: Wednesday 25 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Croxteth Hall & Country Park, Off Muirhead Avenue East, Liverpool  L11 1EH

Anfield, Kirkdale & Everton: Thursday 26 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Kirkdale Neighbourhood Centre (KNC, The Gordon) Stanley Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool  L5 7QP

Childwall, Belle Vale & Woolton: Saturday 28 March, 10.30 - midday
St James Church Hall, Woolton, Liverpool L25 7RJ

On-going planning applications to build over public green space will be unaffected by the Green Space Review.

Details of Review Board and more from Love Liverpool Parks and here http://liverpool.gov.uk/mayor/mayoral-commissions/strategic-green-and-open-spaces-review-board/

Redrow planning application for Sefton Park Meadows



If Redrow's planning application is approved then 27 trees will be removed:
18 trees on Park Avenue, 7 Horse chestnut tees on Aigburth Vale & 2 on Queens Drive.

In spite of claims that this planning application has been processed in an unfair and unreasonable manner, an unprecedented record of over 600 comments and objections were submitted for Redrow's proposals to erect 34 dwellings over Sefton Park Meadows. On 29 January Redrow Homes informed Liverpool City Council that they intend to make amendments to the planning application 15F/0110 but no amendments have been made to date.

On the deadline day for objections, 19 February, the mayor of Liverpool announced on Radio Merseyside that he'd asked Redrow to reduce the loss of trees on Sefton Park Meadows and he stated that only one mature tree would be removed. This is highly misleading as the mayor is confusing category 'A' trees as the only mature trees on the Meadow Fields. The mayor is also misleading when he says he could sell the land to build more houses - it is the high housing density and the inappropriate design features that English Heritage do not want on Sefton Park. Earlier this year the mayor was found to be making exaggerated claims of creating new green space for the city, when in fact most of this new 'improved greenspace' is grassed over temporary brown field sites - see below.

Redrow's planning application documents are can be viewed as pdf's to download at:
http://northgate.liverpool.gov.uk/DocumentExplorer/Application/folderview.aspx?type=MVMPRD_DC_PLANAPP&key=918600


See more details and objection advice here: saveseftonparkmeadows.org also see Save Sefton Park Meadows facebook page




From Queens Drive: the two fields of Sefton Park Meadows

Woolton Woods

Amendments to the planning application to build over the public green space of Woolton Woods fields has extended the deadline for objections to 23 March 2015. Objections to these plans can be made here: City Council's planning page.

A planning application to build over Woolton Woods was registered to Liverpool Council on the 23 December 2014. A lead planning officer for the Council has stated that the disposal of the Woolton Woods greenspace does not have to be secured before planning permission is granted. So far, a disposal notice for this public space has not been advertised.

Details of these plans are now available here: Planning Application - 15L/0072 to download pdf map plans, heritage report detailing planning policy etc.

from the developer: St. Julie's new build slide show

It is the Council’s intention to take 5% of the Woolton Woods field for the expansion of St Julies School. The remaining 95% of the field will go forward to be considered as part of the Liverpool Local Plan for potential residential development. The Mayor intends to challenge the legality of a covenant protecting the park land from commercial development.

If the new school is built over the parkland this will free up land on the school site to be sold for housing developments.

Sunday 8 February - Woolton Woods Ceremony to unveil plaque in memory of Colonel Sir James Reynolds

Colonel Sir James Reynolds gifted the Woolton Woods greenspace to the people of Woolton. The ceremony will take place by Woolton Youth & Community Centre at 12:30pm. More details on https://www.facebook.com/SaveWooltonWoods



Planning application site for Woolton Woods greenspace.
Will it be a foot in the door to develop more?

Excess Greenspace for housing?

Over the last year many announcements of newly created green space in Liverpool have now been found to be misleading. This invention of green space appears to be a cynical sweetener to make up for future losses of mature parkland and green space.
 
The Local Plan will be drafted soon and this new planning policy will have a major impact on all aspects of development throughout Liverpool for the next 15 years. If over-ambitious housing targets are included in these plans, recently doubled to over 40,000 for no apparent reason, then a large supply of land will be required. Developers will first choose highly profitable green virgin land with little incentive to build on brownfield.

If Liverpool's Local Plan does not include adequate protection for local green space then developers will have legal ammunition to pick and choose almost any site they want. Mature historic and diverse parkland will become building sites and we'll be left with temporary brownfield for our "improved green space".

see note below on More Greenspace for house building

Revelations at the Neighbourhoods Select Committee

Will Cllr Steve Munby fly over the Mersey dressed as a pig for Walton Hall Park?

At the meeting on 6 January, Cabinet member Councillor Steve Munby said ‘If Everton Football Club move onto Walton Hall Park he would wear pink tights and wings and fly over the River Mersey’. He told the Friends of Walton Hall Park group, who attended the meeting, that no plans had been submitted by EFC and he didn't’t think the club had the resources for a new stadium. However, questions about this park would be referred to the Regeneration Select Committee.

Two committees – two definitions of ‘Green space

Two different definitions and a difference of opinion between two Liverpool Council select committees - the Regeneration Committee use ‘Greenspace’ as a planning term whereas the definition used by the Neighbourhoods committee is more fluid. The mayor’s reference to 47 acres of new space is misleading and should be referred to as ‘Improved Greenspace’ and this land is made up of a 100 temporary community gardens from derelict sites – 17 of these sites have been identified for future potential development.

Cllr Munby stated the allotments on the Dingle Recreation Ground were to improve greenspace and were not creating new greenspace as the Regeneration Committee had stated.

New Improved Spin

On top of the 47 acres, now renamed as improved-greenspace, the mayor recently stated a further 40 acres of greenspace had been created along the River Alt. Cllr Munby confirmed that the only new permanent greenspace is 21 acres from the new River Alt Park and the remaining greenspace is a nearby development site for sale.

After all the spin over the last 12 months, of the mayor's misleading claims of creating new greenspace throughout Liverpool, the reality is that 21 acres of greenspace will be created on one site alongside the River Alt when the new park opens in March. The new park is a welcomed addition but how much greenspace will be lost during the mayor’s term of office is yet to be determined.

Greenspace, Liverpool Local Plan & Park Trusts

Cllr Munby went onto say ‘Whoever drew up the (Liverpool) Local Plan wasn't’t very bright’. Explaining that many of the sites listed in the Plan should not have been included and that the Independent Review on Greenspace would look into these sites.
At the meeting Cllr Munby also explained that central government had not made parks a statuary responsibility for the Council. He expected the £10m Council budget for parks to be cut in half and that a third of the existing budget for parks goes on buildings. He would be interested to see these buildings taken over by social enterprise schemes and would explore the possibility of independent trusts for all parks.

Mayoral propaganda

In defence of the Council's move to sell-off hundreds of acres of greenspace as part of the Liverpool Local Plan the mayor has claimed that since he came to office he has created more greenspace in the city than at any time in Liverpool's history - up to 47 acres of new greenspace. However, all is not what it seems - examples of new allotments replacing a 25 year old greenspace recreation ground is counted twice as creating new green space. Losses of 12 acres of greenspace in Fazakerley are not included in the mayor's figures.

The only real new greenspace, estimated to be 21 acres, is a linear stretch of land on the side of the River Alt - a new river park to be officially open in March. The course of the river was altered to also create a further 26 acres of greenspace as a development site for sale. If the development site, built over former school playing fields, is sold then there will be a net loss of greenspace since the mayor came to office.



5.6 acre recreation ground in the Dingle on 13 Dec 2014 before Council plans to turn the land into allotments.

On going threats to greenspace

Walton Hall Park and Everton's new football stadium

The mayor supports Everton Football Club’s desire to build a new stadium on Walton Hall Park. An independent feasibility report on Walton Hall Park has been published but not yet scrutinised. Relating to this report, the mayor has released a statement, Walton Hall Park update, commenting on the report and denying rumors he has seen any plans from the football club.

The Council are now waiting to see Everton Football Club’s development plans for Walton Hall Park. The Council have not advertised the disposal of this popular park land.

More Greenspace for house building

Both property developers and the mayor are recommending substantial increases for house building on Local Greenspace land. Little evidence has been available to justify the need to increase the amount of dwellings in Liverpool to some 41,000 (net gain) in the period up to 2028. The Council's population projection up to 2018 is around 25,000 people.

An over estimation of housing need, especially unverified estimates for executive homes, only makes it easier for private developers to choose the best greenspace for building land. Given a choice, and in Liverpool that choice is expected to be included in the Local Plan, developers will choose to build over greenspace as brownfield sites are far less profitable.

The Council's Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) are estimates for house building land - these will help to form Liverpool's Local Plan. Liverpool's SLLAA 2012 Update report published in August 2013 can be downloaded here

 

Liverpool's Local Plan

Post consultation Survey - all representations and greenspace sites for development land - click on 'Supporting Documents' from this link

As part of the consultation process 330 representations were made identifying building land to be considered for Liverpool's Local Plan. Proposals to build over park land include: Allerton Towers Park, Belle Vale Park, Calderstones Park, Croxteth Park, Everton Park, Newsham Park, Sefton Park Meadows, Stanley Park, Walton Hall Park and Woolton Woods Park.

The list below is a selection identifying both greenfield and public space in various Liverpool Wards. Most all of these sites were added by Liverpool City Council's Physical Assets - suggesting the Council are keen to develop these particular sites.

(ha = proposed developable area in hectares, 1 ha = 100 x 100 metres = approx 2.47 acres):

Allerton And Hunts Cross:
FL Calder - added by LCC for Housing up to 3.66 ha
Land adjacent to Allerton Priory, and bound by Woolton Road and Allerton Road - for Housing up to 13.55 ha
Land north of Maryton Grange (Stonehouse P.F.) - added by LCC for Residential of 2.2 ha
Allerton Towers Park - added by LCC for Residential of 1.38 ha
School Lane Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential of 0.49 ha
Anfield:
Stanley Park (LFC) - for Coach Park for up to 3.41 ha
Townsend Lane/Lower Breck Road - added by LCC for Commercial of 0.14 ha
Belle Vale:
Liverpool Sports Park on Valley Road, Childwall - for Housing up to 3.75 ha
Lyndene Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential of 3.16 ha
Caldway Drive Open Space - added by LCC for Commercial of entire site of 0.81 ha
Belle Vale Park - added by LCC for Commercial & Residential of 0.26 ha
Larchwood Neighbourhood Park - added by LCC for Commercial entire site of 1.43 ha
Napps Way, Land - added by LCC for Residential of entire site of 0.33 ha
Victoria Falls Road, land (Former Cross Farm School) - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 2.46 ha
Childwall:
Score Lane Gardens - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 4.14 ha
Church:
Menlove Gardens - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 1.37 ha
Harthill Allotments - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 1.54 ha
Harthill Depot, Calderstones Park - added by LCC for Residential of 3.1 ha
Harthill Model Railway, Calderstones Park - added by LCC for Residential of 0.23 ha
Clubmoor:
Maiden Lane Playing Fields - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 2.13 ha
Cherry Lane Recreation Ground, Walton - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 1.44 ha
Clubmoor Recreation Ground North, Walton - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 1.27 ha
Abingdon Road Playing Fields - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 3.71 ha
County:
Walton Hall Park - for Everton Football Club stadium, size not specified in park of 55.42 ha
Walton Hall Park including Bowls pavilion - added by LCC for Residential of 7.75 ha
Croxteth:
Croxteth Park, Land south of Inglewood - for Housing, size not specified in park of 22.62 ha
Unicorn Park near Alt Park - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.39 ha
Land north of Parkview Road - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.96 ha
Grassed area corner Willow Way & Parkview Road - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.19 ha
Parkview Road, land adj Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.33 ha
Everton:
Donaldson Street Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.48 ha
Whitley Gardens - added by LCC for Residential of 0.48 ha
Radcliffe Public Open Space - added by LCC for Residential of 0.5 ha
Everton Park by Netherfield Road & North-Heyworth Street - added by LCC for Residential of 0.75 ha
Notre Dame Playing Field - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.92 ha
Everton Park by Rose Vale, Langrove Street, Roscommon Street - added by LCC for Commercial of 0.32 ha
Everton Park aka China Street Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential of 1.3 ha
Fazakerley:
Seeds Lane Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 3.59 ha.
Greenbank:
Sefton Park Meadows (Park Avenue) - added by LCC in process for Residential entire site of 2.86 ha
Kirkdale:
Blenheim Street Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.37 ha
Knotty Ash:
Lexham Road Playground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.79 ha
Mossley Hill:
Jericho Lane Playing Field No 1 - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 3.65 ha
Old Swan:
The Green - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 1.26 ha
Princess Park:
Upper Hill Street playground - added by LCC for Residential of 0.17 ha
Speke Garston:
Maintree Crescent Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.48 ha
Land at Oglet - for Airport development of entire site of 118.43 ha
Stapleton Avenue Open Space - for Residential entire site of 2.95 ha
Stapleton Avenue Park (FOP/StA) - for Residential entire site of 2.98 ha
Ancient Mill Wood by Alderfield Drive - added by LCC for Residential of 2.22 ha
St Michaels:
Tramway Playing Fields - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 2.31 ha
Riverside Drive, land including raised car park - added by LCC for Commercial entire site of 0.41 ha
Riverside Drive, land opposite Festival Gardens? - added by LCC for Residential of 0.12 ha
Tuebrook and Stoneycroft:
Newsham Park - added by LCC for Residential of 4.0 ha
New Road Playground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.16 ha
Lister Drive Allotments - added by LCC for Residential of 1.0 ha
Warbreck:
Rice Lane Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential of 2.0 ha
Wavertree:
Olive Mount Playing Field - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 5.01 ha
Sandown Park Playing Field - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 3.02 ha
Woolton:
Private grounds at Woolton Manor, next to Woolton Woods - for Residential of 4.92 ha
Gateacre Comp Old School Playing Field Site - added by LCC for Residential of 7.62 ha
Alderman John Village Gardens - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 3.17 ha
Gateacre Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential of 0.9 ha
Woolton Woods Park by High Street - added by LCC for School, under consultation process of up to 3.39 ha
Yew Tree:
Mab Lane Playing Field - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 10.78 ha
Cantril Farm Park (North) - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 0.5 ha
Ackers Hall Recreation Ground - added by LCC for Residential entire site of 1.01 ha

for full detailed list download Item 4 Appendices pdf

 

Ground Control

As part of this project in 2009 Our Ground worked with the writer Anna Minton providing photographs for the Penguin book Ground Control. This book is about regeneration, security and the privatisation of public space.

Read Anna Minton's pdf What kind of world are we building? The Privatisation Of Public Space.

 

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contents

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updated 23 March 2015

news:

SOGS

Mayoral Review of Green & Open space

Planning application for Sefton Park Meadows

Greenspace for housing

Revelations


Mayoral propaganda


On going threats

Liverpool's Local Plan

Since 2006 Our Ground has reported details of the continued loss of public open greenspace throughout Liverpool - with land disposed and sold-off for private building developments.

What is now happening on Merseyside reflects the changes taking place throughout Britain.

The gradual disappearance of our urban greenspace through privatisation schemes is effecting cultural change with the erosion of our right to freely use and enjoy open greenspace as a public amenity and a loss to the quality of our urban environment.

Local authorities encouraged by successive UK governments have continued to sell-off our streets, parks, playing fields, recreation grounds and public rights of way in towns and cities throughout Britain.

news from 2014:

Green Space debates

Meadows press News

Liverpool Local Plan

Redrow's Meadows

Woolton Woods under threat


Walton Hall Park stadium plans

Local Plan & Statement of Community Involvement

Turing Green to Brown

2013 news

Meadowland Campaigners replace notices after Council removal

Mayor 'bully-dozers' Sefton Park Meadows for marketing

'NIMBY NIMBY NIMBY' Mayors shouts at public gallery

Liverpool starts to prepare a Local Plan for future planning rules

SHLL building sites


Langtree's approved plans
for Otterspool Promenade

2012 news

Forest Estate - final report

Festival Gardens opening 23 June

Survey for private public space

Forest Estate - Privatisation

Festival Garden background

Neighbourhood Parks cuts

New - Port Sunlight River Park

Occupy Liverpool & London


'Big Society' Localism Act

Land Trust call for land


Dixie Dene Playing Fields
now a private development

2011 news

Our Ground at the Bluecoat art gallery

Garden Festival Site update

English Forests and Woodlands privatisation

Priory Wood

2010 news

Festival Gardens AGM and new park

Liverpool's mess in Stanley Park

Otterspool Park land sold


Work starts on Festival Gardens Park

Campaign web site lost

'Dutch Farm' green space sold

The Value of Urban Parks


Sefton Park Lake

2009 news

Otterspool Park Privatisation and open letter of objection to City Council

NWDA fund Festival Gardens Park

Festival Gardens sewage disaster

Liverpool's Year of the Environment 2009


Springfield Park Privatisation

Stanley Park and privatisation plans

Sefton Park cafe deadlock

Tate "5th floor" debate

Festival Gardens & Promenade

Millbank Playing Fields Privatisation

2008 news

Secretary of State gives go-ahead for Festival Gardens scheme

Festival Gardens Public Inquiry ends

Anfield - new design for LFC

U-boat U532 moved to Woodside Ferry Terminal

Biennial Pavilions

Brief history of Stanley Park


Stanley Park privatised &
sports centre demolished

2007 news

Otterspool Promenade Privatisation Disposal

Garden Festival Site Inquiry

Campaign & call for Inquiry

Stanley Park Privatisation & Stadium

Stanley Park Restoration

Millbank Playing Fields Privatisation

Parks Forum

Village Green protection status

Princes Park

Sefton Park

Dixie Dean Memorial Playing Fields Privatisation inquiry

Speke Park Privatisation and Speke Parade

Walton Hall Park