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Introduction

Introduction For many years, residents in Kirkdale have been keen to transform the abandoned land at the Ralla into a true asset for the local community. In 2018, residents formed a Community Interest Company (CIC) and put forward proposals to Liverpool City Council to take guardianship of the land and transform it into a financially sustainable, multi-purpose community hub for Kirkdale. The site would offer a broad range of activities, promoting health and wellbeing, environmmental awareness and sustainable practices. The project has already gained recognition and developmental funding from national support providers for community businesses. However, almost a year later, the CIC has still never been granted permission from the Council to get to work, so the land remains unused and abandoned.

The Ralla in Summer.

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Profile for The Ralla Ecological Garden CIC

Raising the Ralla! 2019 brochure.  

For many years, residents in Kirkdale have been keen to transform the land at the Ralla into a true asset for the local community. In 2018,...

Raising the Ralla! 2019 brochure.  

For many years, residents in Kirkdale have been keen to transform the land at the Ralla into a true asset for the local community. In 2018,...

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