SIGN: save Springfield Park

New proposals for dozens of new homes and a large six storey block on Springfield Park has been lodged with Liverpool City Council. 
Almost two years ago, the Labour run City Council signed off on housing plans that angered local residents. 

Under new plans the amount of retirement apartments is to go up. A further 27 units for over 55s would be built, bringing the total to 59, but only 31 houses and eight autism assisted living units

When the original plans were submitted for the old demolished Alder Hey site, almost 500 objections were lodged. The community have been walked over by the City Council and Alder Hey over Springfield Park since 2012. Its time to fight back!

Sign our Springfield Park petition

The new proposals will mean a 6 storey block and housing right next to Ronald McDonald House where vulnerable children and families will be. West Derby Lib Dems are saying that this isn’t right and that Alder Hey and the Council should listen to local residents.

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