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CoPraNet: Mersey Waterfront People's Panels

Type of Entry: Case Study
Website: http://www.merseywaterfront.com/
Duration: 01/04/2004 -
Description: Mersey Waterfront is leading a comprehensive programme of waterfront regeneration along 135km of the Mersey and Cheshire coastline. The area includes beaches, dunes, coastal woodlands, urban promenades, marshes, canals, marine lakes and working docks. In order to get local residents’ opinions about future improvements they would like to see Mersey Waterfront have been holding pioneering People’s Panels. The panels have proved extremely successful and the outcomes from the panels are, wherever possible, built into project proposals being developed for Mersey Waterfront funding.
Keywords: Best practice, Decision-making and public participation, Education and training, Participative approach, Stakeholders and public participation
Mersey Waterfront People (1.593.856 Bytes)
CoPraNet Case Study
Contact: Carole Parker
Mersey Waterfront Regional Park / English
The Mersey Partnership
12 Princes Parade
L3 1BG Liverpool
Telephone: +44 (0) 151 237 3940
Fax: +44 (0) 151 227 2727
E-Mail: carole.parker@merseyside.org.uk
Website: http://www.merseywaterfront.com/
Partner: Mersey Waterfront (www.merseywaterfront.com)
Liverpool City Council (www.liverpool.gov.uk)
Sefton Borough Council (www.sefton.gov.uk)
Wirral Borough Council (www.wirral.gov.uk)
Halton Borough Council (www.halton.gov.uk)
Northwest Regional Development Agency (www.nwda.co.uk)
Budget: 20.000
Financed by: Northwest Regional Development Agency (www.nwda.co.uk)
Merseyside Objective 1 Programme