Inspiring civic pride in our communities. Celebrating and protecting the places where we live.
Since 1938 we have helped to preserve the best of the past, like the Albert Dock and the Lyceum, as well as demanding design quality for the future.
Liverpool BID Company seeks to extend boundary in new five-year strategy
City devising plan for former flyovers site
Consultation launches for Birkenhead neighbourhood
How should we restore Liverpool’s listed Piazza Fountain?
Introducing Our New Chair – Professor John Belchem
Heap’s Rice Mill and Car Park
Radisson Red Hotel opens in North Western Hall
Martin’s Bank scheme gets approval
Seizing the Moment – looking after Liverpool’s World Heritage
National Housing targets abandoned
Tree planting on Thursday November 10th, 2022, by the Duke of Devonshire
Prescot Heritage Trail and Shakespeare North Playhouse
Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City – a new cross river National Conservation Area?
Save our Sankey Canal
Tall Buildings Policy
Summer Guided Conservation Area Walks
Liverpool City Region Transport Plan
Recycling Scheme Pedals Past 5,000-Bike Landmark
Liverpool -Manchester Railway Bicentenary plans
Celebrating Our Conservation Areas Guided Walks
Protecting Liverpool’s Green Spaces for Good.
MCS on the Radio
What was UNESCO up to in Liverpool?
Towers for the Welfare State
Some Liverpool Streets and Buildings in 1921
Bark Hill Saved
Merseyside Local Heritage List
Become a Heritage Sleuth
The Future of Our World Heritage
Be part of a movement of people who care about the future of Civic Society in Liverpool City Region
A Blue Plaque for Percy French in Formby
Transforming Liverpool’s Canning Dock
World Heritage Taskforce responds to UNESCO deletion
Liverpool’s heritage is not under threat
Fields in Trust
Best Value Inspection Report – Liverpool City Council
New Everton Stadium start on site
A waterfall of a strange new kind