Have your say on Wirral's Local Plan 


The 'Local Plan', is a statutory, government-mandated process which every area in the country has either done or in the process of doing. 


Public meetings A series of public meetings, to give people a chance to have their say on the Local Plan, have been scheduled to take place throughout September. (See also ‘Events’)

You can register for a place at one of these meetings by going to

Extract rom 'Wirral View' June2018:

Chief Executive of Wirral Council, Eric Robinson, said: “We have housing targets which must be met, and we are legally obliged to run this Green Belt review. The Local Plan is a statutory, government-mandated process which every area in the country has either done or in the process of doing.

“To increase the pace of the development of Wirral’s Local Plan, the Council will also be taking steps to streamline decision making processes, creating a Local Plan advisory committee, increasing delegation to officers on technical matters, and holding special meetings of the cabinet and council to review proposed policies and evidence.

The Local Plan is important. It is the policy which determines where housing can be built, where employers can create jobs, and where new developments can be brought forward to ensure Wirral can continue to grow.”

'Wirral is required to identify 'suitable, available and deliverable' supply to meet the housing needs of the next 15 years...'


Golf Resort

Margaret Greenwood, MP for Wirral West, is calling on Wirral Council to drop plans for a golf resort in Hoylake.


Hoylake Calendar Girls’ 2019 calendar £10 per calendar.

 All proceeds from calendar sales to ‘Clatterbridge Cancer Research’


Available in Hoylake from:  Melrose Hall, ‘Bought with Love’, ‘Hoylake Holistics’, ‘Style at Number 30’, ‘Big Al’s’, ‘Ambience’, Stall at Hoylake Live 4th Aug The Ship Inn

West Kirby: 'What's Cutting'

Further details & background can be found at:


Wirral Chamber opens its new office in Hoylake

Wirral Chamber of Commerce has expanded its business reach by opening a new satellite office in Hoylake. Located in refurbished offices at the iconic former town hall building in Market Street, the Wirral Chamber of Commerce (West Wirral) branch opened for business on 4th September with a launch attended by 75 invited businesses.




Green light for Hoylake arts village

Plans to transform The Old Town Hall in Hoylake into a mixed-use development featuring a cinema, café and fine dining restaurant as well as apartments have been given the thumbs up.

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Wirral Council announces dramatic U-turn over controversial coastal car park charging plan

Wirral Council has announced a dramatic U-turn on controversial plans to bring in car parking charges at coastal car parks.

The council's leader Cllr Phil Davies has today announced that he is scrapping the proposals after a strong reaction from the public. 



Every year the volunteers of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom do all they can to ‘Help make the Village Smile’. Our planters are now well established and our understanding of how to ‘grow’ our community both human and flora is strong.


Building on our passion and our experience we feel we are ready to enter Hoylake and Meols in the coveted Royal Horticultural Society’s North West in Bloom* competition under the small seaside resort category.

To find out more & to see how you can join in go to the website:





[Page last updated/checked 19/09/18




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