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.
Community-backed projects in 21 areas across England will each receive a share of £9.5 million to help families who are vulnerable to the devastating effects of knife crime and gang culture, Communities Secretary James Brokenshire MP confirmed today (22 February).
A huge traffic monitoring exercise takes place next week as part of the development of Liverpool’s city-wide air quality plan.
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.
LIMF is returning to Liverpool’s magnificent Sefton Park this July for a two-day musical extravaganza, featuring global household names and emerging, homegrown talent.
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.
Council tax in Liverpool is set to rise by 61 pence a week for most households in Liverpool – with investment in children’s social care among the budget priorities.
A fascinating series of talks, live bands and a disco will take over Liverpool’s Central Library to complement the punk exhibition, which has been extended to Sunday 3 March 2019 by popular demand.