Liverpool City Council is to appeal a decision by Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles to turn down the proposed regeneration of the Welsh Streets.
The Supreme Court has narrowly rejected an appeal brought by local authorities – including Liverpool – against the allocation of European funding from 2014 – 2020.
Local businesses are getting the chance to be part of the supply chain for the expansion of Liverpool Football Club and the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Liverpool City Council’s Assistant Mayor and Cabinet member for housing, Councillor Ann O’Byrne has launched the UK’s first city-wide Landlord Licensing scheme.
A partnership that will deliver 1,500 new homes and bring a further 1,000 back into use in Liverpool has been formally signed.
Public Health Liverpool is urging people to find out the age of their loved one’s heart, using the new heart age tool launched by the Public Health England – My Heart Age
Three ocean Queens, a unique audio experience, maritime festival and a cultural exchange weekend – just some of the ingredients proving Liverpool’s magnificent credentials this year.
A campaign will highlight the effects of secondhand smoke on children as new regulations ban smoking in cars which have under -18s.
Twelve months from the start of construction, the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital is progressing well on schedule, aiming to improve the health and wealth of the city.
In the run up to Valentine’s Day, Liverpool is supporting a new anti domestic abuse campaign being launched across Cheshire and Merseyside.