Your Move’s top 10 property features of 2017

 Your Move's top 10 property features of 2017 Explore the most-read property features from our website over the past year.   #10 - Aspirational housing Published 5 May 2017 by Lawrence Saundershttp://yourmovemagazine.com/liverpool-economic-potential-aspirational-housing/25845 #9 - Generation rent Published 24 March 2017 by Christine Tonerhttp://yourmovemagazine.com/generation-rent-buy-let-liverpool/24750 #8 - Repurposing heritage sites Published 28 July 2017 by Lawrence Saundershttp://yourmovemagazine.com/heritage-liverpool-housing-needs/27825 #7 - Buy-to-let in ... Read More...

Housing People Building Communities (HPBC) celebrates 15 years: Interview with founder

Housing People Building Communities (HPBC) celebrates 15 years: Interview with founder Liverpool-based charity Housing People Building Communities (HPBC) is 15 years old this year and, having finally completed its first community-led, low-cost housing development in Granby Toxteth, is now looking ahead to future projects. Your Move caught up with Reverend Canon ... Read More...

Security deposit cap: How will new legislation impact landlords and tenants?

Security deposit cap: How will new legislation impact landlords and tenants? With a cap on security deposits announced during this year’s Queen’s Speech, Your Move takes a look at how landlords will manage riskier tenants going forward. Words by Christine Toner If you’re a landlord then you’ve probably had just about enough of ... Read More...

Should heritage sites be repurposed to meet Liverpool’s housing needs?

Should heritage sites be repurposed to meet Liverpool's housing needs? A city long renowned for its plethora of stunning architecture, Liverpool boasts the greatest concentration of Grade II-listed buildings of anywhere outside of London. With the demand for new homes as pressing as ever and past high-profile residential conversions of character ... Read More...

Festival Gardens: Fresh plans & images of council’s ambitious vision

Festival Gardens: Fresh plans & images of council's ambitious vision After years of uncertainty, ambitious plans to transform the former International Festival Gardens site into a thriving residential and leisure destination on the banks of the Mersey are taking shape. As Liverpool City Council searches for a developer to realise its vision ... Read More...