Liverpool City Council has appointed three contractors to deliver the second year of its Highways Investment Programme (HIP).
If you asked me to sum up this year’s Bonfire Night, I’ve got one word: Relief, writes Cllr Laura Robertson-Collins, Cabinet member for Neighbourhoods.
Liverpool City Council is among one of seventeen outstanding organisations delivering innovative climate solutions that have reached the finals of the prestigious 2023 Ashden Awards.
The completion of the first major upgrade to one of Liverpool’s key active travel corridors has been hailed as “a game-changer” for the city’s population.
Following an informal survey about proposals to amend the City Centre Controlled Parking Zone, the City Council has now launched a formal public consultation.
A public consultation is being launched today (Monday, 19 June) on a major new active travel route in the city.
Liverpool's newest statement building - HEMISPHERE - is set to be one of the world's leading climate friendly developments.
A symbolic seed-spreading event which will transform one of Liverpool’s major gateways into a nature-rich sea of yellow and blue, as a floral Eurovision tribute to Ukraine, takes place tomorrow (Wed, 15 March).
A share of £165,000 is up for grabs to help community groups make the Liverpool City Region a cleaner and greener place.
A project to radically reduce the environmental impact of Liverpool’s roads has been given a multi-million pound boost.
Mayor Joanne Anderson writes about the small steps she has taken to reduce waste, and urges residents to play their part too.
Liverpool City Council has today given the green light to a “people first” transformation to planning the future of the city’s public spaces and streets.