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Cloud funding: Liverpool raises cash to turn derelict flyover into urban park | in Bay TV Liverpool 19/04/14

By Paul Eeles Campaigners have succeeded in their first step to turn a derelict flyover in Liverpool into an urban sky park. Over £40,000 has been raised through Spacehive, the world’s first civic crowd-funding website. Pledges made through the portal are philanthropic on the basis that projects have to be for the public good. It’s […]

Campaign group have beaten the clock and raised funds for feasibility study to transform Liverpool flyover | in Liverpool Echo 15/04/13

By Eleanor Barlow Group needed to raise more than £40,800 to carry out study A campaign group hoping to transform a Liverpool flyover tonight secured the money it needs to get its project off the ground. Friends of the Flyover hit their target of raising more than £40,800 needed to carry out a feasibility study […]

Bike-friendly ‘promenade in the sky’ proposed for Liverpool flyover | in Road.cc, pedal powered 18/11/13

Campaigners argue against demolishing flyovers – and suggest using them for public park by Simon MacMichael Campaigners are fighting to save a pair of flyovers in the centre of Liverpool – and replace them with a “promenade in the sky” similar to ones in New York City and Paris – although unlike those, cycling would […]

Friends of the Flyover campaign for a promenade in the sky | in Your Business Ezine 18/11/13

Following a proposed removal of Liverpool’s Churchill Flyover by the city’s 2012 Strategic Investment Framework (SIF), the Friends of the Flyover group have started a campagin to, instead, transform it into a “promenade in the sky”. The flyover, which runs from Islington, past Central Library and the World Museum though to Dale Street has great […]