The NWPAs 2018: Award-winning homes

The NWPAs 2018: Award-winning homes The North West Property Awards (NWPAs), sponsored by Stewart Milne Homes, returned to Liverpool celebrating a year of success for residential property across the region. YM Liverpool brings you the homes deemed worthy of one of 2018’s coveted accolades, along with the property firms giving back ... Read More...

Green light expected for second stage of Kings Dock transformation

The second development in Liverpool’s wider vision to transform Kings Dock, including over 100 new homes, is recommended for approval.Mixed-use proposals for apartments, offices and an ‘interpretation centre’ for the public to view the area’s masterplan will be considered by Liverpool City Council’s planning committee.If given the go-ahead, two new ... Read More...

Progress for Liverpool’s £700m Festival Park regeneration scheme

A £1 million programme of Festival Park enabling works could be approved next week to move the major mixed-use regeneration scheme forward.The site investigations on Liverpool’s former International Festival Gardens and Southern Grasslands zones are expected to be given the go-ahead by city council cabinet members.The local authority, which last ... Read More...

Green light for 150 new Prescot homes

Plans to build 150 new Prescot homes were approved by Knowsley Council’s planning committee last night (20 July).The project is the first phase of wider proposals to deliver 700 houses on a Hall Lane brownfield site known as Prescot Park.A mix of detached, semi-detached and mews houses are said to ... Read More...

Calls for further examination and consultation on Festival Park vision

Further examination and consultation is needed on Liverpool’s Festival Park masterplan, according to a group of councillors.The vision for the city’s Festival Gardens site will be discussed during a Liverpool City Council meeting next week after Green Party members called-in a previous decision to progress it.In June the council’s cabinet ... Read More...