Council’s ‘ethical housing company’ appoints contractor to build first homes

A contactor has been appointed to build the first homes by Liverpool City Council’s new ‘ethical housing company’.Subject to planning consent, the chosen housebuilder will deliver more than 100 properties in a North Liverpool scheme costing around £14 million.Birkenhead-based Lovell Partnerships will work with the local authority's Foundations company, which ... Read More...

Council welcomes recommendation that Liverpool keeps World Heritage status

Liverpool City Council has welcomed a recommendation that the city maintains its World Heritage Site (WHS) status.An initial report published ahead of an annual meeting of the World Heritage Committee is recommending Liverpool is not deleted from the World Heritage list.Last summer, the committee concluded that Liverpool’s status on the ... Read More...

Green light expected for charity’s St Bernard’s Church housing project

Housing People Building Communities’ (HPBC) plans to convert Liverpool’s former St Bernard's Church into homes could be approved next week.The charity, which helps people onto the property ladder with its ‘sweat equity’ initiative, is working with Onward Homes on the proposed Kingsley Road project.Liverpool City Council’s planning committee will consider ... Read More...