Liverpool City Council is to begin a programme of site investigations to ready the Festival Park for a radical redevelopment.
A Liverpool landlord has been hit with a total bill of almost £1,300 after being found guilty at magistrates court of managing a property without a compulsory licence.
A multi-million pound scheme is to begin this week that will see almost two thousand Liverpool streets fitted with new LED lights.
A public information campaign about the council’s new approach to tacking rough sleeping has just been launched.
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.
NEW homes easily adaptable for changing needs have been showcased by the Liverpool Housing Partnership to national accessible housing champions.
‘Christmas at Clubmoor’ is free and takes place this Saturday, 2nd December with festive activities taking place from 12pm-4pm.
A major new community in Anfield is to take a major step forward this week.
New powers which will give Liverpool City Council the ability to hit rogue landlords with fines of up to £30,000 are set to be approved.
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.