University of Liverpool researchers have launched a survey to hear how St Helens residents feel about where they live. Working with St Helens Council, the researchers are keen to understand which local services, facilities and amenities residents use, how they access them, and what might be improved.
The Government has committed to develop a new cross-government, 10-year plan for mental health and wellbeing.
As part of the consultation for this a ‘call for evidence’ discussion paper has been launched seeking public response to a range of questions.
The survey can be found by following the link below and closes on 7th July.
In 2019, the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, led by the Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram, declared a climate emergency and set an ambitious target for us to be carbon neutral by 2040. Broadly speaking, this means that the amount of carbon we generate through how we live our lives (e.g. how we heat our homes, travel around etc.) is offset by the amount of carbon we absorb, meaning the overall amount of carbon emitted into the atmosphere from our city region is zero.