Crosby Flood and Coastal Defence Scheme
Sefton Council are developing a business case
in partnership with United Utilities and the Environment Agency to
secure funding (£15-£20M) to undertake a
scheme in Crosby to reduce risks associated with coastal change and surface water flooding. The preferred scenario(s) and funding options will be presented to Cabinet for approval.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Community Impact;
Decision status: For Determination
Wards affected: Blundellsands; Manor; Victoria;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 31/07/2019
Community Impact: Yes;
Decision due: 3 Dec 2020 by Cabinet
Lead member: Cabinet Member - Health and Wellbeing
Lead director: Head of Locality Services
Department: Regeneration and Skills
Contact: Mark Shaw Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public consultation covering strategic options was undertaken 15th July to 16th September 2019 as part of the Crosby Coastal Park Vision. A subsequent consultation will run when the planning application is submitted.
Informal Cabinet; Cabinet Member - Health and Wellbeing; North West Regional Flood and Coastal Committee; Merseyside Strategic Flood Partnership; Sefton Capital Finance Team; Sefton Council Planning Department; Sefton Council - Coast Task Group; and Sefton Council Capital Investment Group (SCIG)
List of background documents to be considered by decision maker
- Crosby Flood and Coastal Defence Scheme