This sounds like an unbalanced approach to rebalancing regional economies. Other modes of transport (rail) should be employed before building a new road; especially one that takes out a well used green space that provides clean air, well-being and other health benefits to local residents. This proposal is a disgrace, and an obvious casualty of poorly retrofitting Brexit 'spin' on enhanced free-trade and 'prosperity for all' into the actual geographical environment. The proposals should not be given further thought, or be granted a Development Consent Order - especially as it will be seen by many as an act of eco-vandalism that will perpetuate climate-change and worsen poor air quality in this area well into the next half of this century.
I live in the area and love walking in this park. It is a well trodden and much loved area and it would be a shame to lose it. I am originally from Northern Ireland and feel that Liverpool has a serious lack of green areas, it would be a disaster to lose this precious patch of green!
I am a local resident who moved here to enjoy the green surroundings the area offers. I want my children and grandchildren to have access to green space and not the concern for them playing out on a road used by predominantly HGV’s that pollute their breathing space.