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Sefton Park Meadows is SAVED - Mayor Joe says no houses to be built image

Sefton Park Meadows is SAVED - Mayor Joe says no houses to be built

The shock announcement comes after a five year campaign to prevent a housing development on the land

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Knowsley Council parks sale: MPs call for rethink image

Knowsley Council parks sale: MPs call for rethink

Three Labour MPs have called for a rethink of a council's proposals to sell 10% of its parkland.

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Local Plan for Liverpool inches towards adoption image

Local Plan for Liverpool inches towards adoption

Sajid Javid Sajid Javid in November. In a written statement to the Commons, Javid set a deadline of the end of this month for progress to be made, saying that “up-to-date plans are essential” and threatening intervention.

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Pre-Submission Draft of the Liverpool Local Plan image

Pre-Submission Draft of the Liverpool Local Plan

The Pre-Submission Draft of the Liverpool Local Plan is being considered by the Council's Cabinet next week

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European culture anniversary is a capital celebration! image

European culture anniversary is a capital celebration!

Get ready for a bumper year as Liverpool celebrates being a cultural capital.

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Knowsley parks plan agreed by cabinet image

Knowsley parks plan agreed by cabinet

A charitable trust to manage the borough’s green spaces should be established

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Brownfield register only meets 50% of housing need, says Barton Willmore image

Brownfield register only meets 50% of housing need, says Barton Willmore

Brownfield register only meets 50% of housing need, says Barton Willmore

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Plans unveiled for 50 million tree new Northern Forest image

Plans unveiled for 50 million tree new Northern Forest

50million trees over 25 years that will stretch from Liverpool across to Hull

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Judge rules city council cannot wind up Chinatown company over near-£1m debt image

Judge rules city council cannot wind up Chinatown company over near-£1m debt

Liverpool City Council has been told by a High Court judge it cannot get the company behind the £200m New Chinatown development wound up over a £950,000 debt.

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Inspiring a sustainable city: Designs for the World Heritage Docks and a new Stadium in Liverpool image

Inspiring a sustainable city: Designs for the World Heritage Docks and a new Stadium in Liverpool

A ‘Student Competition’ has been launched for the purposes of designing a new stadium in Liverpool

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Liverpool to approve spend on public spaces image

Liverpool to approve spend on public spaces

A total of 13 projects with a combined value of £620,000 will receive contributory funding

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No tolls review on table for Mersey Gateway image

No tolls review on table for Mersey Gateway

Bridge bosses have been raked by MPs but are standing firm

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Approval nears for homes on Southport’s Phillips factory image

Approval nears for homes on Southport’s Phillips factory

Sefton Council is due to discuss proposals to build 147 homes

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Liverpool Uni considers final three for £1bn estates plan image

Liverpool Uni considers final three for £1bn estates plan

The University of Liverpool has narrowed its search for a masterplanner

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Liverpool council will IGNORE government and invite ALL homeless people to £250,000 new rough sleeping centre image

Liverpool council will IGNORE government and invite ALL homeless people to £250,000 new rough sleeping centre

New centre is open to every rough sleeper in Liverpool

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Revealed: Cream's not happening in Wolstenholme Square image

Revealed: Cream's not happening in Wolstenholme Square

A pledge to build a new club in Wolstenholme Square, to replace legendary nightclub Cream, has been dropped.

 

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GREEN LIGHT NEARS FOR NEW WOLSTENHOLME SQUARE PLANS image

GREEN LIGHT NEARS FOR NEW WOLSTENHOLME SQUARE PLANS

Developer Elliot Lawless' plans to create a 122-bed hotel

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Knowsley Council's decision to sell off parkland called in for review image

Knowsley Council's decision to sell off parkland called in for review

The decision taken by #Knowsley Council's Cabinet Executive committee to dispose of seventeen of Knowsley's Parks has now been 'called in' by Knowsley Council's Scrutiny Committee.

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Allerton Priory Public Inquiry image

Allerton Priory Public Inquiry

The recent Public Inquiry brought by Redrow Homes

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MCS welcomes the news of Redevelopment proposed for Wallasey landmark  image

MCS welcomes the news of Redevelopment proposed for Wallasey landmark

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Conservation Areas Wirral leading the way for long term enhancement of conservation areas image

Conservation Areas Wirral leading the way for long term enhancement of conservation areas

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Albert Dock - a review of the past, present and future image

Albert Dock - a review of the past, present and future

Another packed room waited for this month’s Merseyside Civic Society (MCS) talk from Dave Roscoe, head of Gower Estates.

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