Liverpool City Council is to appeal the recent High Court judgement on the Harthill scheme because of the wider ramifications it has for planning policy nationally.
The Churchill Way flyovers in Liverpool city centre are to be demolished after an independent engineering inspection found they should not carry vehicles or pedestrians because of significant defects, and cannot be strengthened.
Work is to begin next week on a highways scheme to upgrade a major arterial route in and out of Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool City Council and Foundation Homes are looking for contractors to work on a four year long housing framework worth up to £60million.
A major highways scheme which will transform a historic boulevard in the Toxteth area of Liverpool, complete with a cycling first for the city, is set to go ahead.
Liverpool City Council is set to begin consultation on continuing its pioneering Landlord Licensing scheme for another five years.
Work has begun on creating a permanent new car park at Kings Dock to replace the one destroyed in a fire on New Year’s Eve 2017.
A far-reaching multi-million pound scheme to make Liverpool city centre easier to navigate for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists is to begin next week.
A £4.2m plan to clear land for a potential £200m Grade A office scheme in Liverpool City Centre has been given the green light.
Liverpool’s famous Festival Gardens are to close next week to allow site investigations that could shape a multi-million development plan.