Let us Help You to Navigate the Consultation Process! The time for responding to Wirral Council’s long overdue Local Plan is running out! The deadline is 23 March 2020 has been extended to 17:00 on 6 April 2020. Having been through the online consultation process about the Local Plan, we know how challenging it is. […]
The draft minutes of the Society’s 91st AGM are now available for download as a PDF document: DOWNLOAD MINUTES
AGM & W.Victor Smith Lecture – 5 March 2020 Date Thursday 5 March, 2020 Time 7:00pm (note earlier time) Venue Wallasey Golf Club, Bayswater Road, Wallasey, CH45 8LA Event Details Our second public meeting of the year is our Annual General Meeting (AGM), followed by a lecture, ‘How to Read Your House – a Review […]
W.Victor Smith Lecture – 30th January 2020 Date 30th January, 2020 Time 7:30pm Venue Wallasey Golf Club, Bayswater Road, Wallasey, CH45 8LA Event Details The first W.Victor Smith lecture of 2020 will be a talk, ‘From India Buildings to the Woodchurch Estate: The Architecture and Planning of Herbert J Rowse’ given by our guest, Prof […]
With regard to the Draft Local Plan, the Wirral Society is encouraged that Wirral Borough Council has recognised the importance of regeneration in its Preferred Option, by emphasising a ‘Brownfield First’ strategy.
The Stables and Adjacent Glebe Land, Rectory Road, West Kirby As readers will have seen in a previous post, there is a new threat to land in West Kirby owned by the Diocese of Chester. Our Chairman, Rod Tann, writes from the viewpoint of the Society: Many readers will already know of the possible sale […]
The Fight to Save Green Space in Old West Kirby Begins Readers of our Chairman’s latest report will have noted his mention the threat to the Glebe land owned by the Diocese of Chester on Rectory Road, West Kirby. On 3 October 2019, a public meeting was held at St Bridget’s Church to discuss the […]
Rod Tann’s Autumn Roundup As we slip into Autumn, the Society’s Chairman, Rod Tann, writes on current issues facing Wirral’s fragile balance between concrete and countryside. Over to Rod…