Using data gathered from the earlier utilisation and feasibility studies, we were able to free-up space in both the Southport Centre for Health and Wellbeing and the Ainsdale Centre for Health and Wellbeing to house a 7 day a week COVID-19 vaccine service.

In July this year the Ainsdale Centre for Health and Wellbeing was stepped down as a COVID-19 vaccine site. This allowed community services housed within the Southport Centre to be moved into the vacated space at the Ainsdale Centre, a move that freed-up more space at the Southport Centre for the booster clinic and in turn, increasing utilisation within both sites.

In December 2021 the government asked for the booster sites to step-up delivery to meet the demand for boosters to protect against the new COVID-19 variant. The Southport booster site is now back to running from 8am-8pm, 7 days a week, only closing on Christmas Day and Boxing Day and ongoing into 2022.

  • Jane Batchelor

Updated: Jan 4

Liverpool & Sefton Health Partnership (LSHP) are pleased to be supporting the development of the new Mossley Hill Hospital, an important new Mental Health Hospital in Liverpool, on behalf of client Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

LSHP have an established track record in successfully delivering new generation, purpose-built, inpatient mental health facilities. The Mossley Hill development is the third mental health hospital gbpartnerships have been commissioned to deliver on behalf of Mersey Care - the first being Clock View Hospital (2015) and the second, Hartley Hospital in Southport (2020) and officially opened by The Princess Royal in July 2022.

Th expert team have been overseeing the demolition of the former hospital and have led on the procurement and tendering exercise, instructing the main contractor. You can find out more about the project by reading the full case study below.

Liverpool 2 Case Study _ Dec 2021 _ FINAL APPROVED_LSHP web
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Work to demolish the old buildings is progressing well. Connell Brothers have completed much of the first phase of the scheme with a strip-out of metals and materials from the buildings, which are sorted on site. The demolition experts are aiming to recycle 95 per cent of the salvage.

Find out more by watching the videos below and visiting the Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust website.

Working with the Local Community

Mossley Hill Hospital Demolition Update

Chief Operating Officer on Mossley Hill Hospital


Updated: Dec 6, 2021

Liverpool & Sefton Health Partnership were pleased to sponsor and attend Sea Cadets ‘On The Water Awards’ held on Monday 29th November at HMS Eaglet in Liverpool. The awards were attended by LSHP Director and Board Member, Ian Tayler, and gbpartnerships’ Executive Chair, Paul Ferry. Ian and Paul handed out certificates and medals to celebrate and mark the achievements of some of the young people who took part in the On the Water programme over the summer.

The ‘On the Water’ programme provided 9 – 14-year-olds from under-privileged backgrounds the opportunity to take part in a series of water-based activities, learning skills, making friends and building confidence. It was sponsored by gbpartnerships foundation.

The awards event was made possible through the support of LSHP and celebrated an amazing set of youngsters and also a fabulous team of staff at Sea Cadets.

Top Left: Ian Tayler, Paul Ferry, Stephen Thorley. Bottom Left: Ian Tayler and On the Water participant.

Bottom Right: Paul Ferry and n the Water participant.