A key phase in a radical upgrade to Liverpool’s historic “Dock Road” begins next week.
A two-week closure of part of Liverpool’s historic “Dock Road” will end this Sunday evening (20 January) as key works complete.
Liverpool’s “dock road” is to reopen on Monday, 10 December after a month long closure to enable vital works to support the city’s new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal, located at Liverpool Waters.
Liverpool’s “dock road” is to close for four weeks from Monday, 12 November to enable vital works to take place to support the city’s new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal, located at Liverpool Waters.
Mayor Joe Anderson has lent his support to the developers of the newest addition to the Ten Streets Creativity District – the Ten Streets Market.
Everton Football Club’s plans to regenerate North Liverpool by building a new stadium next to the River Mersey and leaving a legacy at Goodison Park will take a major step forward with the launch of a widescale public consultation into the proposals.
Following a Europe wide procurement process a report to the council’s cabinet next Friday (28 September) is recommending the contract for the £7.6m scheme be awarded to provide access from Waterloo Road to the £30m facility in Princes Half Tide Dock.
Liverpool’s bike sharing scheme has hit a major milestone this week with its 100th station installed at one of the city’s up and coming districts.
A famous landmark in Liverpool’s docklands can now be seen in a new light.
TRANSPORT chiefs with Liverpool City Council are urging people to have their say about a major new road scheme that will reduce congestion, open up the city’s waterfront and create jobs.