Street charter

The Mayor of Liverpool has pledged to make Liverpool the most accessible city in the country, and the charter illustrates how the council is addressing the key challenges and access barriers faced by all road users.

It outlines our commitment to an accessible city and considers our policies and actions around accessible crossings, shared space, parking on pavements, wheelie bins, advertising boards (A Boards), street and café furniture, temporary obstructions, overhanging/overgrown foliage and dog fouling.

The charter was developed in partnership with key stakeholders and sets out Liverpool City Council’s commitment towards creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible built environment for all, and does this by identifying key activities to address each of the known issues.