Our Commitments to the Environment
We play an important role in our city and it is part of our responsibility to ensure we protect the environment for future generations to come.
We take pride in protecting and maintaining our natural environment.
We work with the community to increase awareness to encourage responsible environmental behaviour. We are committed to managing our resource consumption, including water and energy, in order to reduce waste and greenhouse gas production and work with partners to improve air quality.
We work with the environment around three pillars:
Our aim is to maintain 100% zero waste to landfill and encourage the reduction of waste across partners and visitors.
We work to increase the biodiversity across Liverpool ONE year on year.
Energy & Transport
Our aim is to reduce energy consumption year on year and facilitate green travel options into Liverpool ONE.
We are on a journey working hard to have a positive impact on all our communities and the environment. Find out what else we do around our Commitments to Communities & People as part of our ONE Community ONE Future.
We invite you explore some of the key highlights around the Environment below. See our Environmental Policy Statement here.
Some of our key highlights...
Living Wall on Chavasse Park
A 27 metre long living green wall is on Chavasse Park since early 2022 and boasts almost 8,000 pollinator friendly plants and 24 different species.
Every year the living green wall is predicted to (approximately):
Extract 110.5kg of carbon
Produce 144.5kg of oxygen
Extract 230kg of gas
Absorb up to 15 decibels of sound
Find out more HERE.
Greener Futures Fund
The Greener Futures Fund has been created to empower young people to take local action on climate change as part of Grosvenor’s new £1m+ community investment programme.
In 2022, 11 organisations across Liverpool City Region were awarded funds including: Centre 63 in Knowsley; Dovecot and Princess Drive Community Association, Croxteth and Gillmoss Community Federation and Brighter Futures Northwest in Liverpool; Netherton Park Community Association, B 4 Biodiversity CIC, Parenting 2000 and Theatre in the Rough Festival in Sefton; My Outdoor Classroom CIC in St. Helens; Earth Moves Cooperative and HEART 4 REFUGEES CIC in Wirral.
Plant your own tree with Mersey Forest
In partnership with The Mersey Forest, around 2,000 tree saplings were donated to visitors in support of a regional effort to increase the level of forestry in Merseyside.
Bug Hotel on Chavasse Park
A ‘Bug Hotel’, home to tens of thousands of bugs was installed on Chavasse Park to encourage the nurturing of insects, enhancing bio-diversity and providing a good opportunity to support local education.
You can visit the Bug Hotel as part of our Nature Trail.
Liverpool ONE Beehives
Liverpool ONE is home to over 160,000 honey bees residing in a rooftop urban apiary and is an initiative to nurture biodiversity in our local environment and are part of our ongoing commitment to Liverpool ONE becoming greener.
The Liverpool ONE team recently paid a visit to their furry colleagues as part of World Bee Day.
Take a look at how they got on HERE.