Liverpool City Council’s £1bn Paddington Village scheme, has been given a £12m boost from the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to unlock development that will help creating 870 new jobs, and boosting the local economy by £58m per year.
Liverpool City Council is to set up a ground-breaking, ethical housing company to deliver 10,000 new homes across the city, including bespoke properties for the homeless, foster carers, large families, the elderly and people with a disability.
A rescue package to reopen a community centre that closed in the summer is on the brink of being approved.
Green fingered children in Liverpool have marked National Tree Week by launching a massive tree planting programme in the city’s major parks.
NEW homes easily adaptable for changing needs have been showcased by the Liverpool Housing Partnership to national accessible housing champions.
Liverpool City Council is set to approve the creation of nine new digital advertising screens which will bring in more than £1.2m in income over the coming decade.
A major new community in Anfield is to take a major step forward this week.
Liverpool City Council has submitted a planning application for a new £50m Cruise Terminal Facility on the River Mersey.
Plans by Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) to build almost 150 affordable homes on Edge Lane were given the green light today, with development set to start as soon as March 2018.
Veterans from across the Liverpool City Region will soon benefit from a multi-million pound project aimed at providing financial and emotional support to former members of the armed forces.