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Merseyside Cycling Campaign Action Plan Meeting

Wednesday 3rd January 2018 – 6pm
A meeting to agree actions/targets/objectives for 2018. The Action Plan should build on MCC’s vision statement. The venue is DoES Liverpool, which is on Hanover Street and only a short walk from Liverpool Central railway station. DoES Liverpool, Gostins Bldg, 4th Floor, Hanover St, Liverpool L1 4LN

The Action Plan development table is downloadable below. The way it works is to use each of the objectives as prompts to see what actions we can take (in the column ‘Possible Approach’) as well as looking at what evidence and relevant documents there are.

MCC Action Plan Development Table Landscape A3 with Communications Strategy Column added
MCC Action Plan Development Table Landscape A4 with Communications Strategy Column added

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Baltic Fleet, 33A Wapping, Liverpool L1 8DQ

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