Published: 12th Feb 2020

£1.4m of funding has been secured to help engage local residents with regeneration plans in one of Liverpool’s most deprived areas.  The University of Liverpool’s Heseltine Institute for Public Policy has secured funding from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) project, to develop a greater understanding of local issues and to empower residents to engage in the redesign of public services. The Heseltine Institute will invest the money into Clubmoor ward, an area of Liverpool with 15,000 residents and that is amongst the 5% most deprived areas in the UK. The institute will use this funding to work with the already established MyClubmoor project, by engaging 60 residents and 20 community researchers and delivering 6 citizen focus groups and 2 community workshops. This project is one of 53 others that have been selected by UKRI to target communities that would not normally engage in regeneration plans. Susan Jarvis, deputy director … (To read the full article, subscribe below)