19 November 2018 

Elaine Bowker is the Principal & Chief Executive of The City of Liverpool College Group, a director of the Liverpool and Sefton Chambers of Commerce and a member of the Tate Liverpool Advisory Council and the Liverpool City Region LEP Advisory Council, as well as a Trustee of the Scottish Power Foundation. She is also a director of the shared services company SharEd, part of The City of Liverpool College Group. She is an ardent supporter of the new proposals for Bramley-Moore.

As principal of The City of Liverpool College, I welcome the proposed development of Bramley Moore Dock at Liverpool Waters and the associated redevelopment at Goodison Park by Liverpool City Council and Everton Football Club.

At The City of Liverpool College, we’re focused on developing the skills that improve people’s employability and giving our students a high quality experience and the skills they need to access the best possible career opportunities – enabling them to give back to the City Region as a whole.

As well as acting as a catalyst for economic development of the waterfront and the wider city, major investments like this bring fantastic opportunities for young people in the city to kickstart their careers and additional opportunities for adults.

The economic uplift that this development will inevitably bring to the city, and the positive impact it will have on future generations, is cause for us as a college to support the proposal.

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