Liverpool’s Local Plan is set to undergo scrutiny at cabinet, full council and a special regeneration select committee over the next two weeks as the city council looks to finally adopt a plan for the next 15 years.
Ducklings don’t get much uglier than a post-war infill warehouse near Bootle docks with all the attributes – or possibly more accurately, lack of them - that it suggests, writes Dougal Paver, strategic marketing advisor to the Chrysalis Fund.
The Liverpool City Region is catching up again. Despite sustained cuts to public sector funding and jobs, the regional gross value added per head is back above three-quarters of the national average and growing, writes Mark Bousfield of The Chrysalis Fund.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and West Lancashire Council have published a draft Strategic Housing and Employment Land Market Assessment, a key stage in putting together its Single Spatial Framework to guide development up to 2037.
Mayors and leaders from Liverpool City Region, Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority have discussed further the formation of a body that will provide a strong, unified voice for the north.