Up to 1,500 family homes will be built at the Festival Gardens in Liverpool thanks to a multi-million pound funding boost from Homes England, the agency announced today (February 28).
Liverpool’s famous Festival Gardens are to close next week to allow site investigations that could shape a multi-million development plan.
The future of Liverpool’s International Festival Gardens site is to take a major step forward this week.
A vision for the former International Festival Gardens site in Liverpool has been unveiled by Mayor Joe Anderson at IFB 2016.
The first phase of work to transform the former International Festival Gardens in Liverpool is set to be approved.
Liverpool Festival Gardens will host a visual spectacle this spring half term when the world-famous Lantern Company brings a brand new, illuminated celebration to the city’s cultural calendar, in partnership with Liverpool City Council.
The Green Angels, environmental trainees who have been making a difference at the Festival Gardens, are being celebrated at a special ceremony.
The transformation of Liverpool’s Festival Gardens site into a âworld-class cultural destination’ has moved a step closer following the completion of a deal which provides Liverpool City Council with ownership of the riverside site
Liverpool’s Festival Gardens site could be transformed into a âworld-class cultural destination’ under plans being considered by the City Council