MP to hold meeting on golf resort proposals and seeks constituents’ views

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15 Nov 2017
Wirral West MP Margaret Greenwood has organised a meeting on 9 December to enable people to express their views about the proposals for a golf resort in Hoylake.

The MP is also asking her constituents to write to her with their views on the proposals.

Ms Greenwood said:

“As the MP for the area, I want to hear the views of as many local people as possible. That is why I am holding a public meeting about the proposals and also inviting people to write to me with their views.

“I am keen to know whether people are in favour of it, against it, or if they are undecided.” 

“I would also like to know whether or not people feel that they have had enough information about the proposals and if not, what further information they feel they need.

“The golf resort would be a very large development which would significantly change the face of Hoylake and surrounding areas. It is therefore very important that as much information as possible is provided so that people can make an informed decision about how they feel about it.

“People are welcome to expand on the reasons why they feel the way they do about the proposals.

“They are also welcome to raise any questions that they may have.

“I would be grateful if Wirral West residents could email me at margaret.greenwood.mp@parliament.uk or write to me at Hilbre House, 35a Market Street, Hoylake, CH47 2BG with their views.

“I will also be holding a public meeting to discuss the proposals at Hoylake Community Centre, 31 Hoyle Rd, Hoylake, CH47 3AG between 9:30am and 11am on Saturday 9 December. 

“I would encourage anyone with an interest in the proposals to come along and have their say.

“I have invited council officers to come and give a presentation on the proposals as they stand, and to answer questions from those present. 

“I will also be inviting the developers to give a presentation on the proposals and take questions from the room.

“A local campaign group against the proposals will also be given the opportunity to put their case and answer questions.

“I am looking forward to hearing a good range of views at the meeting on 9 December.”

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