This site provides detailed
information on the sand dunes of the Sefton coast in North West
of Coastal Towns Interreg
The Merseyside partners carried out
a comprehensive research programme into visitor use and attitudes
on the Merseyside coast. A range of studies were developed to provide
both general and detailed information on visitor numbers, visitor
movement, and visitor attitudes and uses.
The studies undertaken by the research programme
are listed below:
by Local people
For more information click on the study
titles listed above.
The data collected from these studies are useful
to a range of organisations and for a range of uses:
Site Managers of coastal properties and coastal
Merseytravel and transportation planners
Planners at local and regional level (E.g.
local and regional government bodies)
Tourism and economic regeneration initiatives
Local Agenda 21 planners for sustainable
Coastal managers in the UK and Europe, including
nature reserve managers
Schools and colleges
Nature conservation organisations
Members of the local community
For more information about this project email firstname.lastname@example.org
at Liverpool Hope University.
Liverpool Hope University worked with English
Nature and the
Sefton Coast Partnership to implement the Sands of Time project.