Wirral Council has put in place a plan to try and minimise the spread of coronavirus this summer in coastal resorts such as West Kirby.
A one-way system will be in place around West Kirby tip when it reopens next week, and residents are being warned there could be waits of up to four hours due to social distancing measures.
An avenue of trees in Grange Cemetery in West Kirby has been cut down due to safety fears.
Just two miles off the coast of West Kirby and at the start of river Dee’s estuary there is an archipelago made…
Residents in West Kirby and Hoylake are being invited to attend drop-in sessions about sites proposed for housing development over the next 15 years.
Green belt land in West Kirby and other parts of Wirral looks set to be spared from development – but only if targets are met for developing brownfield sites in other parts of the borough.
Wirral Council’s leader has signalled Green Belt land will be excluded from its local plan proposals, sparing sites in West Kirby and Hoylake from potential development.
West Kirby’s Marine Lake is at risk of becoming unusable unless action is taken to tackle growing problems with silt, an invasive seaweed and the deterioration of the lake wall next to the Dee Estuary.
Wirral Council has apologised for a blaze on Hilbre Island – but insisted the use of polyurethane foam to strengthen a cliff was a “well-intentioned” idea that went “badly wrong”.
Work is underway to refurbish part of the railings along West Kirby promenade. The posts, or newels, which are set…