Liverpool City Region All-Party Parliamentary Group

The aim of the Liverpool City Region APPG is to provide a strong voice for the city-region in Westminster, working alongside the Metro Mayor and local leaders to help maximise future investment and growth for the benefit of the communities throughout the city-region.

Liverpool City Region All-Party Parliamentary Group

The Liverpool City Region All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) works as a forum for key issues affecting Liverpool City Region to be addressed collaboratively by Parliamentarians from all parties as well as stakeholders from business, the public and third sectors.
Our aim is to provide a strong voice for the city-region in Westminster, working alongside the Metro Mayor and local leaders to help maximise future investment and growth for the benefit of the communities throughout the city-region.
The LCR APPG would like to thank the sponsors of the group, Liverpool Housing Providers, the Manufacturing Technology Centre, AtkinsRealis, United Utilities, Scottish Power and the academic partner of the group, the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place for their support.

Sponsors

The LCR APPG would like to thank the sponsors of the group, Liverpool Housing Providers, the Manufacturing Technology Centre, United Utilities, Scottish Power and the academic partner of the group, the Heseltine Institute for their support.

What We Do

The Liverpool City Region All Party Parliamentary Group (LCR APPG) provides a unique forum for collaboration and debate on the key issues impacting on the Liverpool City Region. 

 

It brings together the Liverpool City Region’s MPs and Peers from all parties,  its Metro Mayor and political leaders to look at what needs to be done to deliver growth, prosperity and reduce intra regional inequalities.   

 

By bringing together organisations and businesses, who are centric to Liverpool City Region’s economy, with Liverpool City Region’s political leaders the LCR APPG works to build consensus and create a stronger and more influential ‘voice’ for the need for greater investment and powers across the Liverpool City region.

Officers

Who we are

Co-Chair

Margaret Greenwood MP

Chair

Peter Dowd MP

Co-Chair

Mick Whitley MP

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