Community Projects

Wirral Waters will invite businesses and families from outside of the area, but first and foremost it will benefit those already living in the area by improving the environment, assisting with community projects and providing training opportunities.

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A Project Built On Community

The ‘Setting The Scene For Growth’ scheme has seen over 1,500 street trees being planted in the area, backed by an art exhibit with Len Grant called Trees • Work, focusing on the impact of trees on business, people and their wellbeing. Elements of this work were recently displayed in the local Williamson Art Gallery.

You might also see elements of the “…and the River flows on” project around the area. This community arts project worked with over 300 young, vulnerable or dependent people through a series of workshops to create a collection of insightful art panels each addressing a different aspect of the River Mersey and the Birkenhead Docks.

The Arts Minister has recently visited the project to endorse and applaud the work.

Latest News & Events

19 October 2020

Funding secured for new Grade A flexible workspace at Wirral Waters

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CGI representation of MEA Park with the new public realm infrastructure, future proofed for off-line mass transit system, detailed in the foreground.
18 September 2020

New green public realm infrastructure planned for Peel L&P’s Wirral Waters

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Peel L&P has worked with a range of partners to install nesting rafts at Wirral Waters
28 July 2020

New nesting rafts wing their way into Wirral Waters at Morpeth Dock

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