Applications must contribute towards one of the priorities for the ward:

A.  Projects which foster positive relationships between young people and adults and which encourage young people to make a positive contribution to the local community.

We would like to see projects which increase contact between younger people and adults so there are opportunities to talk, share skills, build trust and respect, solve community problems together and get to know and understand one another better.

B.  Projects which improve the local environment, in particular which improve access to the natural environment within residential areas.

There are a number of good parks not far away but there is very little green space in most of our residential streets. We would like to see projects which bring nature into our residential areas, making the built environment less harsh.

C.  Projects which help to encourage a more healthy lifestyle.

Our neighbourhood has the worst health record in Liverpool and one of the worst in the country. Life expectancy is a full 6 years less than the national average and mortality rates (which measure early death) are the highest in the city. We would like to see realistic projects which take practical steps to encourage a more healthy lifestyle.