Osborne takes part in Liverpool Public Engagement Day
The Osborne Team working on the A565 North Liverpool Key Corridor Project recently held a joint Public Engagement Day with Liverpool City Council and Amey to update local businesses and residents on the progress of the scheme.
The event was held at the historic Titanic Hotel which is centrally located within the scheme. The team delivered a wealth of information such as forthcoming Traffic Management arrangements and programme.
Liverpool City Council and Amey Project and Design Teams outlined the wider regeneration plans for the area.
The event was a great success with many positive comments received including:
“I really like the new paving. It fits in nicely with the original surroundings.”
“This is going to be fantastic when it is all finished. It will make it an ever better place to live!”
Osborne began these highly significant works in Liverpool in 2017 and the work is expected to be finished by summer 2019. Osborne are helping to improve the infrastructure for Liverpool’s city centre working with the forward thinking local authority, who recognise the collaborative approach, Osborne bring.
The works are part of Liverpool City Council’s wider £250m Better Roads programme to improve the city’s road infrastructure and will be complemented by the creation of two new £20m waterfront link roads at the city centre end of the A565.