Working with our neighbours
Developments to benefit our communities
LJMU is committed to engaging with our neighbours across the city as we deliver our estates development masterplan.
It is a priority for us to keep our neighbours informed and up-to-date about the progress of our developments and how the construction works may affect them.
We also want our communities to benefit from our new developments and from having LJMU as a neighbour, whether that be through accessing new public spaces or taking part in specific community projects.
For instance, LJMU is supporting the Bronte Project, close to our Mount Pleasant campus and the new Copperas Hill development.
The after-school project, with the Bronte Community Centre, gives local primary school children the opportunity to learn more about nature by growing plants and vegetables, tending to the garden and taking part in forest school activities such as firelighting. The sessions, delivered by GROW Wellbeing, help the children learn about healthy living and sustainability.
Local primary school pupils take part in gardening as a part of the Bronte Project
Learning about nature - Bronte Project
Tending to the garden - Bronte Project