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Battle to save uk parks image

Battle to save uk parks

Once parks start being eroded, a principle is breached, and there’s no guarantee where the destruction will stop

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New Everton stadium could be 'game changer' for Liverpool World Heritage status, Lord Mayor says image

New Everton stadium could be 'game changer' for Liverpool World Heritage status, Lord Mayor says

“We cannot preserve the city in aspic. “We’re not trying to risk our world heritage status.

 

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Celebrating public parks and revaluing their contribution to community health and wellbeing image

Celebrating public parks and revaluing their contribution to community health and wellbeing

Celebration of the UK’s parks and green spaces

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Sponsored walk held to help save green spaces in Liverpool. image

Sponsored walk held to help save green spaces in Liverpool.

Beating the Bounds Walk on Sunday 25th June 2017

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World Heritage Site: Commentary image

World Heritage Site: Commentary

Interview with Emeritus Professor John Belchem.

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Liverpool City Region Rights of Way  image

Liverpool City Region Rights of Way

Public Rights of Way are routes over which the public have a “right of passage”.

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OUR WORLD HERITAGE SITE  image

OUR WORLD HERITAGE SITE

We are very proud of our World Heritage Site - it cements our international significance.

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Place First Approach Approved image

Place First Approach Approved

There has been a steady stream of people admiring the newly refurbished houses on High Park Street and Voelas Street since the site hoardings were removed

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Cabinet set to nod through Welsh Streets masterplan image

Cabinet set to nod through Welsh Streets masterplan

Liverpool City Council’s cabinet is set to approve a masterplan for the Welsh Streets today (Friday, June 23).

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Liverpool could lose UNESCO World Heritage status next year image

Liverpool could lose UNESCO World Heritage status next year

The World Heritage Centre is reported to have issued an ultimatum over plans to renovate the waterfront

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 UNESCO rebukes UK government over Liverpool World Heritage Site and issues final warning image

UNESCO rebukes UK government over Liverpool World Heritage Site and issues final warning

UNESCO has issued its strongest warning to date that Liverpool risks losing its coveted ‘World Heritage’ status in 2018

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Say goodbye to the old Alder Hey hospital as demolition underway image

Say goodbye to the old Alder Hey hospital as demolition underway

Bulldozers are pulling down the site that housed hospital for almost a century

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APARTMENT PLANS LODGED AT £5BN LIVERPOOL WATERS SCHEME image

APARTMENT PLANS LODGED AT £5BN LIVERPOOL WATERS SCHEME

Peel's £5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme is making further progress with plans lodged to create 237 apartments overlooking the River Mersey on the edge of the city centre.

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Is this the Beginning of the End of Public Parks in Liverpool? image

Is this the Beginning of the End of Public Parks in Liverpool?

Effectively, these are the first plans to privatise our city parks.

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TWO LEISURE OPERATORS PUT FORWARD FESTIVAL GARDENS PLANS image

TWO LEISURE OPERATORS PUT FORWARD FESTIVAL GARDENS PLANS

Ambitious proposals to create a mixed-use regeneration scheme at the 90-acre Festival Gardens

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Work on £22m route into city centre starting image

Work on £22m route into city centre starting

New dual carriageway to create a major route into Liverpool city centre.

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LJMU  Level Six Architectural Students presented with special awards image

LJMU Level Six Architectural Students presented with special awards

LJMU Level Six Architectural Students presented with special awards.

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Wildflower Centre set alight in suspected arson just HOURS after windows smashed image

Wildflower Centre set alight in suspected arson just HOURS after windows smashed

Council reveal plans for the future of the building in Court Hey Park in Huyton

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Liverpool Loves festival set to return to city image

Liverpool Loves festival set to return to city

One of Liverpool’s most popular festivals is set to make a return to the city this summer.

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Omega park deal agreed with Land Trust image

Omega park deal agreed with Land Trust

Fifty acres in the centre of the Omega development in Warrington have been handed over to the Land Trust

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Liverpool council facing contempt proceedings over mayoral expenses FOI request image

Liverpool council facing contempt proceedings over mayoral expenses FOI request

Contempt of court proceedings could be taken against Liverpool City Council

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National Wildflower Centre vandalised image

National Wildflower Centre vandalised

National Wildflower Centre vandalised

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Have your say on the latest Edge Lane redevelopment image

Have your say on the latest Edge Lane redevelopment

Council and housing body plans new homes on busy road into city

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Do we need better city centre squares in Liverpool? image

Do we need better city centre squares in Liverpool?

Debate on how we could make better use of city centre open space

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Landmark set for new night-time look after operator revealed image

Landmark set for new night-time look after operator revealed


How the Bombed Out Church could look with its new floodlights. Image from a report by Donald Insall Associates for Liverpool council

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Ramboll to lead Liverpool cruise terminal technical team image

Ramboll to lead Liverpool cruise terminal technical team

Liverpool City Council has appointed engineering consultancy Ramboll to lead the technical team on its £50m permanent cruise terminal facility.

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Operator chosen for Liverpool’s bombed-out church image

Operator chosen for Liverpool’s bombed-out church

A community-based company has been chosen by Liverpool City Council to operate the blitz-ruined St Luke’s church as a heritage attraction.

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RIBA launches Prescot Market Place competition image

RIBA launches Prescot Market Place competition

Organised in partnership with Knowsley Council with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund, the first phase of the competition will require architect-led teams to submit designs anonymously in digital format.

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Save the Planet Campaign – Reloaded image

Save the Planet Campaign – Reloaded

Merseyside Civic Society is relaunching its Save the Planet Campaign

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Work to begin on £22m road scheme in Liverpool image

Work to begin on £22m road scheme in Liverpool

Work is to start on creating a new dual carriageway for a major route into Liverpool city centre.

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Sefton Council buys The Strand in Bootle for £32.5m image

Sefton Council buys The Strand in Bootle for £32.5m

Sefton Council has bought The Strand in Bootle on Merseyside

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Revealed: Cabin Club which inspired Beatles song to get £1.5m refurb image

Revealed: Cabin Club which inspired Beatles song to get £1.5m refurb

The Bold Street venue is set to become a cocktail bar and street food restaurant complete with 'urban luxury decor'

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Will Liverpool’s new metro mayor be a friend or foe to national government? image

Will Liverpool’s new metro mayor be a friend or foe to national government?

Simon Jeffrey reflects the key debates from our Liverpool mayoral hustings

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PlaceFirst moves forward with Welsh Streets plans image

PlaceFirst moves forward with Welsh Streets plans

PlaceFirst has released images of its plans

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What next for the Albert Dock? image

What next for the Albert Dock?

Hard-hitting report says things MUST change

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