Leisure, parks & wellbeing
Coronavirus update - Angling permits
Following government advice we will not be processing fishing permits until further notice.
Before using any park lakes in Liverpool, you must obtain a permit from the council. This is to help promote good angling and conserve the quality of the lakes.
Once registered, it allows us to contact anglers about any issues affecting the lakes, as well as giving us a better idea as to how our parks are used.
How to apply
Download and complete the angling registration form.
The form includes details of the Anglers Code of Conduct and where you should send completed forms.
The following parks in Liverpool have angling lakes:
- Calderstones Park
- Greenbank Park
- Larkhill Park
- Newsham Park
- Princes Park
- Sefton Park
- Stanley Park
- Walton Hall Park
All anglers over 12 years old fishing in freshwater will also need to purchase a rod licence from the Environment Agency. Rod licences must be renewed annually, each April.