A series of improvements to Liverpool’s highways and open spaces areas are to be funded through new developments in the city
An “outstanding” alcohol treatment centre is to be given a £150,000 boost thanks to Liverpool City Council.
Liverpool’s Mayor, Joe Anderson, is to officially launch the council’s new rough sleeping shelter – as part of a major new drive to tackle homelessness in the city.
Work is to start in the new year cracking down on pavement parking in parts of Liverpool.
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Malcolm Kennedy, has launched a new scheme designed to support healthy eating and tackle food poverty for families on low incomes.
The Scouts, Boys Brigade and Girl Guiding have all received the Freedom of Liverpool.
A rescue package to reopen a community centre that closed in the summer is on the brink of being approved.
Liverpool’s Church Street and Williamson Square are now home to two huge, twinkly-lit Christmas trees, bringing festive cheer to shoppers, visitors and businesses alike.
A Winter Craft Fair with a Christmas theme was the final event of the year at the Friday Morning Community Café, St David’s Church in Childwall on December 1.
NEW homes easily adaptable for changing needs have been showcased by the Liverpool Housing Partnership to national accessible housing champions.