LIVERPOOL City Council has put together a team to offer extra help to reduce street begging and address associated anti-social behaviour in the city centre.
The number of people sleeping rough in Liverpool could reduce if plans for a council-backed shelter get the go-ahead.
Liverpool City Council has the ‘provision and expertise in place’ to deal with the wind-down of the temporary homelessness shelter at … More
Kind-hearted Liverpool City Council staff have donated thousands of pounds worth of Christmas presents to disadvantaged children and young people, as part of their annual Gift Appeal.
Liverpool’s Mayor, Joe Anderson, is to officially launch the council’s new rough sleeping shelter – as part of a major new drive to tackle homelessness in the city.
Liverpool City Council is to spend an additional £1 million tackling homelessness over the next two years.
Hundreds of pounds has been raised for homeless charities through a Big Boss Brekkie at the Pier Head.
Businesses in Liverpool have heard how to respond to homelessness in the city centre, at a special forum.
A new forum to help reduce homelessness in the city has been set up.
A new strategy is aiming to prevent more people from becoming homeless in Liverpool.