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About The Strand

In 2017, Sefton Council purchased Bootle Strand Shopping Centre as a key part of its commitment to regenerate the town centre. 

Our high streets have and are going through a period of huge change. This change is driven by the growth of online shopping, our changing consumer habits during the COVID-19 pandemic, and people looking for a different experience within our town centres.

A computer generated aerial shot of the new shopping centre with lights and open spaces visible.


Looking Ahead

Sefton Council have a clear ambition and commitment to ensure that the Strand is sustainable economically, socially and environmentally. They will do this by:

  • Facilitating local provision of services to improve the health and wellbeing of the Bootle community.
  • Better connecting the centre with its community and assets like the canal and rail station by becoming more outward facing.
  • Sustainably improving connectivity/accessibility for residents, business and visitors.
  • Promoting social inclusion reflecting the strong values of the Bootle community.
  • Developing a strong and positive town centre-brand and identity.
  • Expanding night-time and leisure economy.
  • Maximising the potential of public sector investment including raising the profile of Bootle with Central Government, and wider partners including within health and education.
  • Attracting private sector investment into the centre

A computer generated image of what the new Strand's outdoor space looks like with benches and food stalls.

Last Updated on Monday, March 25, 2024

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