The developer has won planning approval from St Helens Council for 90 homes as part its Vulcan Works development in Newton-le-Willows on the site of the former locomotive manufacturer which closed in 1962.
Four significant logistics schemes have been called in by Government, including developer Langtree and St Helens Council’s proposed regeneration of the 230-acre former colliery site in Newton-le-Willows.
New Ferry residents could soon see movement at Bebington Road more than three years on from a gas explosion that destroyed part of the street, after the council lodged an application to level the land in preparation for redevelopment.
The £118m specialist cancer hospital, linked to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and intended to serve as a hub for NHS facilities across Cheshire and Wirral, is to open on 27 June in the Knowledge Quarter.
Developers Urban Generation Crosby and Penny Lane Builders, with housing association Plus Dane Housing, have submitted plans for the long-awaited redevelopment of the derelict town centre site north of Liverpool.