Our Council & Vision

Our Vision

Sefton Council was formed on 1 April 1974, it is a metropolitan borough and
is one of six councils that make up the Liverpool City Region. The Council
comprises 66 Councillors with one-third elected annually three years in every
four.

One thing we’re proud of is the exciting vision for the future of Sefton, which we developed with our communities and partners - it underpins everything we do.

Our Imagine Sefton 2030 consultation engaged thousands of people, local businesses, visitors and potential investors to create a vision that collectively promotes shared prosperity, coordinated public investment, and a healthy environment and population.
Our Vision 2030, will help us to stimulate growth, set new levels of aspiration, see our communities thrive and focus on what is important for Sefton.

We have as a core principle the desire to work with others. We have a strong history of partnership working in Sefton, we will continue to build on this and the next few years will see us working more closely than ever with our partners particularly around early intervention and prevention. We will continue to grasp the opportunities presented to us.

Our Heritage 

Sefton’s heritage and culture are woven in the fabric of its identity. We have
a rich maritime history of which we are very proud. The impact of both World
Wars is still visible today, especially in the south of the borough and our older
people enjoy sharing their early memories, which we have captured through
our Lost Voices project.
We have conservation areas, beautiful listed buildings, registered historic parks
and gardens and scheduled monuments. We are record breakers, have many
famous faces. 

For more information on our Council's Core Purpose and Vision visit our webpage. 


Last Updated on Wednesday, December 14, 2022

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