LICENSING officers with Liverpool City Council could soon become real-lifesavers thanks to a new initiative that will see them offer vital first-aid in a medical emergency.
Liverpool City Council licensing officers took almost 50 taxis and private hire cars off the road in March for a string safety defects.
COUNCIL officers have teamed up with the city’s firefighters to make sure that residents living in high-rise buildings are safe, secure and reassured.
A POPULAR city centre pub and eatery has been hit with more than £53,000 in fines and court costs for failing to keep a clean kitchen and failing to keep pests under control.
One of Liverpool’s largest property managers has been fined more than £10,000 for allowing student tenants to live in a rat-infested property which also had a host of fire hazards.
Community-backed projects in 21 areas across England will each receive a share of £9.5 million to help families who are vulnerable to the devastating effects of knife crime and gang culture, Communities Secretary James Brokenshire MP confirmed today (22 February).
A landlord has been hit with an £11,000 fine for housing a family of four in an unlicensed property which was in such poor condition it had to be shut down.
Liverpool City Council is set to begin consultation on continuing its pioneering Landlord Licensing scheme for another five years.
CITY council officers took action against more than 1,700 taxi and private hire drivers last year in a move to enforce licensing laws and ensure public safety.
A LIVERPOOL city council plan to provide people who sleep rough with a ‘bricks and mortar’ solution to their accommodation issues is getting real results.