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Our latest approach to Peel Ports


Peel Ports' CEO, Claudio Veritiero


Following the government's recent announcement that the Port of Liverpool Access Road proposal has been pushed back to 2025-30 at the earliest, we've once again written to Peel Ports to explore how open they are to pursuing a different approach.


We hope that their (relatively) new CEO, Claudio Veritiero, gives more consideration to our views than his predecessor.


Back in 2021 we exchanged correspondence following our march to the Port of Liverpool's gates which saw a huge turnout. For a reminder of a demo that will live long in the memory, click here.


Sadly, this wasn't very productive, to put it mildly.


We are again seeking constructive dialogue and to work together on a way forward which allows the port to grow, but in a sustainable manner, which respects our health and our environment.


You can read our letter in full, below:



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sandy.kennedy
May 02, 2023

Would it be possible to use the old Cheshire Lines alignment which runs inland almost as far as Maghull? It was here that I lived for some years so I knew the area well. To me it seems the height of stupidity to move sea containers by road. ( I am a volunteer with CPRE Peak and S. Yorks but still a Liverpudlian!). A.Kennedy)

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