Now here's an idea for Crosby Village.
This is a splendid example of how various agencies can work collectively to help bring improved health facilities to a local community.
Sefton Central Conservatives have for some time been advocating a similar health facility for Crosby Village. Not only would it offer a range of modern health facilities under one roof but would also bring people back into the Village.
The Salford site is described as 17,500 sq ft..
Central Buildings in Crosby by comparison, and which is currently for sale is described as 0.33 acre (which equates to 14,375 sq ft).
There is no evidence in any reports from Sefton Council to indicate that they are speaking to South Sefton CCG to examine the potential of using some of the Council car parking land, together with Central Buildings to help bring about a much needed health hub for Crosby.
Perhaps Sefton's Labour Party are waiting to sieze Merchant Taylors School sites instead?