The capital of Sefton(Bootle) redevelopment and investment Strategy

The public will be able to view and comment on the exciting new Bootle Town Centre Investment Strategy, developed with Sefton Council’s lead consultants Lambert Smith Hampton,from Monday, January 4 to Monday, March 7.

The aim of the strategy is to set out a vision for Bootle Town Centre, including opportunities for future investment across the retail area, office and business area, Hugh Baird College sites and Bootle Town Hall.

The 2030 vision represents an opportunity for significant investment potential into the town. Reshaping the area to create a vibrant and connected place to live, work and invest. Examples of potential investment could include new homes, leisure facilities and business space.

Early consultation and engagement has already taken place with a number of key stakeholders, including property owners, occupiers, Hugh Baird College and The Strand Shopping Centre owners during the production of the draft document.

The Strategy can be found online at and hard copies are available at Magdalen House, Bootle Library and Bootle One Stop Shop.

Members of the public are invited to comment on the proposals via the website or by hard copy using reply forms, available at the above venues. Alternatively there will be 2 public drop-in sessions were people can find out more about the Strategy. These will take place at The Strand Shopping Centre on Saturday January 16 (opposite Home Bargains, upper level) and Saturday February 20 (in the Strand by Me unit, lower level) from 10am – 4pm.

Cllr Marion Atkinson, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Skills, said: “This is a great opportunity for local residents to have their voices heard and help shape the future of Bootle Town Centre.

“I look forward to hearing from residents at one of the two drop in sessions.”


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