Albert Dock

Steering Group

Liverpool City Council in partnership with key stakeholders has established a non-executive Steering Group to advise on and support its work and bring together principal organisations with a positive interest in and responsibility for the future of the World Heritage Site.

Members of the Steering Group use their influence to promote public awareness of the Outstanding Universal Value of the WHS and ensure that it is identified, protected, conserved, presented and positively promoted.  Members of the Steering Group provide advice on the implementation of the WHS Management Plan and recommend priorities for its implementation, monitoring and review.

Steering Group Members

  • Chair: Mark Kitts, Chief Executive, Liverpool Foundation Homes
  • Chris Bliss, Director, Momentum Property Solutions Ltd
  • Matt Brook, Design Director, CORSTORPHINE+WRIGHT
  • Chris Brown, Director, Marketing Liverpool
  • Samantha Campbell, Head of Planning, Liverpool City Council
  • Catherine Dewar, Regional Director North West, Historic England
  • Jean Grant, Chair, Merseyside Civic Society
  • Daniel Greenhalgh, Regional Director North West, Canal and River Trust
  • Sue Grindrod, Chair, Liverpool Waterfront Business Partnership
  • Suzanne Jameson, Regeneration & Skills Directorate, Liverpool City Council
  • Keith Nichol, Head of Cultural Diplomacy, DCMS
  • Henry Owen-John, Head of International Advice, Historic England
  • Patrick Power, Director, Stanley Dock Properties Ltd
  • Ian Pollitt, Development Investment Surveyor, Peel Holdings Ltd
  • Gerry Proctor MBE, Chair, Engage Liverpool
  • Laura Pye, Director, National Museums Liverpool
  • Peter Sandman, Liverpool City Region LEP
  • Trevor Skempton, Merseyside Civic Society
  • Enid Williams, World Heritage Policy Adviser, Cultural Diplomacy, DCMS
  • Professor Ian Wray
  • Lesley Woodbridge, World Heritage Site Co-ordinator, Liverpool City Council