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.
A major development, set to deliver the first of thousands of new-build homes for Liverpool, has received the green light from planners.
Liverpool residents could be given help to buy their own homes through a new Rent to Buy scheme being set up by the city council’s new housing company, Foundations.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has announced plans to help hundreds of families this festive season with fuel vouchers and hampers.
A Liverpool landlord has been hit with a total bill of over £4,000 after pleading guilty to managing a rented property without a compulsory licence and failing to install smoke alarms.
Over the last six weeks, there have been workers conducting alleyway surface surveys to understand the condition of the alleyways in … More
A landlord who illegally housed five young students in a property with more than a dozen potential fire hazards has been forced to pay out more than £9,000 in fines, costs and improvement works after action by Liverpool City Council.
THOUSANDS of people in Liverpool are prevented from becoming homeless each year.
And the vast majority of people helped out of crisis never spend one night sleeping rough on the streets.
Proposals to build more than 100 high-quality homes in the Yew Tree area of east Liverpool have moved a step closer.
A crackdown on rogue landlords in County is getting underway.