The Mersey Forest are making Merseyside and North Cheshire one of the best places in the country to live – working together to create woodlands and help people explore the nature on their doorstep.
A group of engineers, scientists, researchers and technicians who aim to raise the standards of the built environment, and support new research and education programmes.
A forward-thinking, dynamic university positioned throughout Merseyside, with an open and enthusiastic academic community operating through world-class facilities, some of which are already on the Peninsula.
The UK’s fastest growing Chamber, the WCC aims to drive growth and competitiveness locally, nationally and internationally for industrial and commerce businesses.
The Department for International Trade works toward prosperity within the UK and globally through promoting and financing international trade and investment.
The government’s department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy sets out a long-term plan which will boost the productivity and earning power of people and businesses throughout the UK.
The EA is an executive non-departmental public body, working to create better places for people and wildlife while supporting sustainable development.
The national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England and regulator of Social Housing Providers.
Recognised and respected as an international leader in sustainable forestry, the Commission aims to improve people’s lives through forest estates, native woodland and conservation management, and improving the environment where we live and work.
One of the greatest centres of research, knowledge and innovation in the UK, the pioneering reputation of UoL attracts students, experts and partners from around the world.