Liverpool City Council is joining forces with local authorities across Merseyside and Cheshire to host a free ‘Empty Homes Event’.
Liverpool City Council is launching a public consultation today on a five year extension to its pioneering landlord licensing scheme set … More
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.
Liverpool City Council and Foundation Homes are looking for contractors to work on a four year long housing framework worth up to £60million.
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.
A home improvement fund is to be launched to complete the final phase of the award-winning Welsh Streets regeneration scheme in the Toxteth area of Liverpool.
As we enter into 2019, I want to issue a heartfelt thank you to all the staff and partners of Liverpool … More
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.