A gateway route in Liverpool has been transformed through major environmental improvements.
Work starts on delivery of 119 executive homes, at former school site.
A Liverpool councillor has told a Parliamentary committee that improvements need to be made to energy efficiency schemes.
Carbon monoxide detectors are helping to make 100 Liverpool homes safer.
New city council investment set to bring an additional 1,000 properties back into use.
Work on relocation of Great Homer Street market to new, £2.2m facility on Dryden Street underway.
County, West Derby and Knotty Ash residents give new 20mph speed limits a big thumbs-up.
Approval has been given for a new Household Waste Recycling Centre in Old Swan.
More than 4,000 people who took part in the Merseyside Collective Switch have made big savings on their energy bills.
The city council has prosecuted the owners of empty houses which were attracting vermin.