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Andy Wallis

Planning and Economic Director

Sefton Council

HQ Phone:  +44 151 288 2982

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Sefton Council

Litherland Sports Park Boundary Road

Liverpool, Merseyside,L21 7LA

United Kingdom

Company Description

Sefton Sports Council was established in 1973, following the creation of the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton in the local government reorganisations of the previous year. It was created as the independent voice of voluntary sport within the borough, and in part... more

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Community Foundation for Merseyside

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Andy Wallis, Trustee
Andy worked in Local Government for over thirty years, first in London and subsequently in Merseyside. He has most recently worked as Director of Planning and Economic Development with Sefton Council with responsibility for planning policy, development and building control, highways and economic regeneration initiatives. Recently retired, he maintains an interest in regeneration activities and the voluntary sector.


The Community Foundation for Merseyside

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Andy Wallis, Trustee
Andy has worked in Local Government for thirty years, first in London and subsequently in Merseyside. He is currently Director of Planning and Economic Regeneration with Sefton Council and is responsible for planning policy and development control and economic regeneration initiatives. He represents the Merseyside local authorities on the board.


Our Board | Mersey Maritime

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Andy Wallis - Planning & Economic Development Director - Sefton MBC


Community Foundation for Merseyside

www.cfmerseyside.org.uk [cached]

Andy WallisAndy Wallis Andy has worked in Local Government for thirty years, first in London and subsequently in Merseyside.He is currently Director of Planning and Economic Regeneration with Sefton Council and is responsible for, amongst other things, planning policy and development control, economic regeneration initiatives and programmes and neighbourhood renewal.He represents the Merseyside local authorities on the board.


Keeping Everton In Our City - Day 26 - Kirkby Damaging to Sefton, Skelmersdale and St Helen

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Mr Lancaster introduced his next witness, Mr. Andrew Wallis, the planning and economic director of Sefton Council.
Mr Wallis explained that Sefton Council had been consulted on the Kirkby Interim Planning Statement and had offered comments and suggestions, although the majority were objections the Government Office North West suggested that even if the IPS were adopted it would carry only limited weight. Mr. Wallis explained that Sefton had "urged" Knowsley Council to seek further reductions in the non- food floor space in relation to the retail hierarchy that would have a less damaging impact on neighbouring centres. He explained that Bootle was one of two town centres in Sefton; the other was Southport, which had been identified as the large retail, leisure and cultural centres of the borough. They were both well connected by road and rail. He said Bootle was the main food and non-food shopping centre for south Sefton and provided jobs for 5,000 people.


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