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.
Liverpool City Council is to take back control of looking after the city’s highways by ending its contract with Amey, by mutual agreement.
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.
Owners of the first refurbished house in the newest phase of Liverpool City Council’s innovative Homes for £1 scheme, gave a special tour to the city’s Mayor today.
Plans to install 100 electric vehicle charging points across the city are among a series of measures being driven forward to improve air quality in Liverpool
Liverpool City Council is set to expand its traffic warden team by a more than a third as part of a major clampdown on illegal parking and abuse of blue badges.
Tenants have been welcomed into Liverpool Mutual Homes’ brand-new Leighton Dene development in Liverpool 9 – the largest new affordable rent scheme to be completed as part of the ground-breaking Liverpool Housing Partnership (LHP).
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.