Labour-run Maghull Town Council wants to hear your views on how

Patrick McKinley


Labour-run Maghull Town Council held a series of consultations to hear what you really think about Maghull this month.

Labour councillors on Maghull Town Council are drawing up the Neighbourhood Plan, which will give the community of Maghull a greater say in how our town evolves.

The town council has therefore held the series of consultation events at venues throughout Maghull.

Members of the public were invited to give their views at events at Meadows Library, Hudson Primary, The Venue at Maghull Town Hall and at St George's Primary.

But if you missed the vents, the Labour councillors are urging residents to have their say by writing in.

Maghull Town Council Labour leader, Cllr Patrick McKinley, is urging residents to air their views.

Cllr McKinley said: "The Neighbourhood Plan could be one of the most important working documents in Maghull's history. It has the potential to really put the future of our town in the hands of the people who matter - those people who live here.

"This community needs to be involved in drawing up our Neighbourhood Plan. That is why we held the consultation events at locations throughout Maghull and at varying time to ensure that people could attend, whether they work or not.

"But it doesn't end there. This process is still open and we want people to continue to contribute to this plan as we draw it up.

"People can submit their views even now to the town council and I urge as many people as possible to do so."

Cllr McKinley said the Neighbourhood Plan will continue to evolve.

Cllr McKinley said: "The plan we are working on is a working and evolving plan. It will evolve over the years to face the changing demands of Maghull. That is why it is more crucial than ever that the community is involved in the drawing up of the local plan.

"We're asking people what is great about Maghull and what could make it greater?

"This is your town. Have your say in how you want it to develop in years to come."


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