Liverpool City Council has appointed three contractors to deliver the second year of its Highways Investment Programme (HIP).
Liverpool City Council is considering bringing the city’s street scene and waste collection operation back into the Council’s full control.
Following an informal survey about proposals to amend the City Centre Controlled Parking Zone, the City Council has now launched a formal public consultation.
Liverpool City Council is set to implement a new Neighbourhood Model to fundamentally transform the way it delivers frontline services for the people of the city.
Liverpool City Council’s new leadership team have told staff that the local authority can become one of the very best in the country.
Deputy Mayor, Cllr Frazer Lake, writes for Liverpool Express about the pivotal role of the Council's staff in its future...
Over the past fifteen years, a defining feature of Liverpool’s economic growth has been its investment in its leisure and...
A project to radically reduce the environmental impact of Liverpool’s roads has been given a multi-million pound boost.
Liverpool has a rich tradition of housing co-operatives, and a new strategy is about to revive the spirit of that approach, writes Cllr Sarah Doyle, Cabinet Member for Development and Housing.
Liverpool is set to spearhead a new community-led housing revolution with city council owned land and properties to be marketed to local organisations.
Liverpool City Council is set to approve a procurement exercise to attract a developer for one of the major development sites in the north of England.