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Transport professionals and travellers together to discuss issues surrounding the subject of public transport in the Merseyside area with the public. 

 

25 March 2017 11.00am
Metal at Edge Hill Station Tunnel Road Liverpool. L7 6ND  |  Free

Transport, past present and future, at Edge Hill, the first passenger railway station in the World. We'll look at connections and the highs and lows of our Merseyside transport system, from walkability to high-speed rail and airports.

 

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Read our New Blog posts

 

We've started a blog for our members to contribute too. It can be something close to your heart, something your interested in, an idea you want to share or an argument you want to start or have resolved.

Click the link below and see the recent posts, and let us know what you think. If you would like to contribute please get in touch with andrew@merseysidecivicsociety.org.


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Regen 2017


22 Mar — 23 Mar 2017 10.00 -17:00
St. George’s Hall, Liverpool  |  Free of Charge

The third annual free-to-attend exhibition, conference and drinks reception / networking evening for the UK regeneration industry

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Save Harthill & Calderstones Park are Looking for support


Following legal advice, the Save Harthill and Calderstones campaign committee met On 26th February 2017 and agreed investigate taking legal action to overturn the planning permission.

It was decided to continue the campaign as a not-for-profit Community Interest Company, as launching this legal campaign didn’t fit with the terms of reference under which the Friends of Harthill and Cadlerstones Park charity had been established.

 


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Liverpool Re-imagined -
Unbuilt Liverpool!


25 April 2017 6.30 pm (for refreshments) - 8.30 pm
Quaker Meeting House, School Lane, Liverpool   |  Free

Mark Anthony Craig, a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute who has been involved in Liverpool planning for many years.

Liverpool has a very distinctive skyline. The Three Pierhead 'Graces', the two Cathedrals, the Radio City Tower and more recently the Waterfront skyscrapers and the Echo Arena have all given Liverpool a globally recognised profile. But it wasn't always going to turn out that way…

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