This blog post describes the latest stage in the Welsh Streets saga, with a Masterplan produced by Liverpool's partner Place First made available for scrutiny. This seems to be written from a 'Kelvin Grove' perspective, with Nina Edge's post highlighting the long-drawn-out process for remaining residents, despite Kelvin Grove having been removed from the demolition proposals as long ago as 2011.
Shows the recent history of the Welsh Streets through the lens of Liverpool Echo stories tagged with "Welsh Streets".
The Assemble collective has won the internationally famous Turner Prize for its work with residents of Granby 4 Streets in Toxteth in Liverpool. The award was presented live on television in a Channel 4 show.
The effect of the bedroom tax on lettings of social housing has occasionally surfaced. This story provides evidence that in some housing markets the effect is real.
The tanker is slowly turning in the direction of homesteading, five years after the HMII was abandoned.
Liverpool City Council's Cabinet Committee is to consider a major expansion of the "Homes For A Pound" scheme at its meeting on April 2nd, to be dubbed "Homes For A Pound Plus".
[The views expressed in this article are the views of the author and not those of the Empty Homes Network]
It's back to the drawing board for the powers that be in Liverpool following Eric Pickles' decision to over-rule his Planning Inspector and refuse the CPO and planning permission that would have allowed the redevelopment of the "Welsh Streets" to go ahead.