Liverpool City Council welcomes the sentencing of a group of graffiti vandals who caused an estimated £2m of damage to hundreds of properties and the rail network.
Liverpool City Council has appointed a multi-disciplinary team of placemaking experts to help create a new neighbourhood next to the city’s Festival Gardens.
We have a Bonfire Night problem in Liverpool – and it needs tackling head on, writes Councillor Laura Robertson-Collins, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods.
Liverpool City Council has launched a public consultation to inform how and where the city invests in new infrastructure that will encourage people to walk and cycle more often.
Liverpool City Council is to set out its key transport priorities for the next four years as part of its ambition to achieve Carbon net-zero status.
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.
One of Liverpool’s forgotten green lungs – regenerated from the recycled soil of a former landfill site – will be opened to the public today (Monday, 7 August).
James Lau, Assistant Engineer in our Highways and Transportation team, reflects on how the apprenticeship levy led to a 'wheelie-good' change of fortune in his career.
Liverpool City Council is set to implement a new Neighbourhood Model to fundamentally transform the way it delivers frontline services for the people of the city.
Local residents are being urged to stop putting batteries in their bins, as they can cause fires and pollute the environment.
Liverpool City Council is to target gum and reduce gum littering this summer, thanks to a grant from the UK’s Chewing Gum Task Force.
One of Liverpool’s newest buildings has been rated amongst the healthiest in the world.