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Mersey Waterfront's Pride in Our Promenades scheme at Otterspool Park is situated along a 2km stretch of the River Mersey adjacent to the City Centre.
TEP detailed £1.6 million landscape improvements with the close involvement of the local community through a 'People’s Panel'. The works involved new promenade railings, a striking new gateway to the park, restoration of a historic seating area, a new contemporary play area and a fitness trail. TEP also directed the installation of Dhruva Mistry’s ‘Sitting Bull’ sculpture, formerly part of the Liverpool Garden Festival.
The landscape improvement works won ‘Runner Up’ in the Urban Green Space category of the Local Government News Street Design Awards 2007.
The Pride in Our Promenades scheme won the BURA Waterways Renaissance Partnership Award in 2010.