When I think about what makes me proud about Liverpool, it’s always our people. We are famous around the world for … More
Our city has always known that when it came to austerity, the promise that ‘we are all in this together’ was … More
Cabinet today approved extra funding towards the ‘Disabled Facilities Grant scheme’. I know what you’re thinking – it doesn’t sound glamorous! … More
Let me tell you about Maureen. Maureen got in touch last week to thank me for presenting her with a ‘lifetime … More
Putting children and families at the heart of a brand new approach to the way we work has become real with … More
Tuesday signalled another important day for Liverpool when I visited the Paddington Village to put the first spade in the ground … More
As we enter into 2019, I want to issue a heartfelt thank you to all the staff and partners of Liverpool City Council.
Having taken nearly as long as the First and Second World wars combined, the roll-out of Universal Credit has been one … More
Of course, The Beatles famously knew how many holes it took to fill the Albert Hall. Here in modern-day Liverpool, we know how many potholes we need to fill – £400m worth of them.
The Guardian this week has written a number of articles about buyer-funded developments in the North of England, including in Liverpool. … More