Liverpool City Council has launched their ‘ethical’ housing company, Foundations, which will deliver £1bn worth of development over the next decade.
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Liverpool Vision was set up in 1999 as one of the UK’s first urban regeneration companies and has lead on several regeneration projects in the city, including Liverpool One and the new arena at King’s Dock.
Heat networks work by converting hot water from steam at a waste incinerator before distributing it to homes along a network of district heating pipes.
The city council has signed an agreement with The Poseidon Foundation to integrate its blockchain-powered platform into its day-to-day operations.
The streets were built in the 1870’s to house Welsh workers in the city but many of the Victorian properties have been derelict for decades.
Buying the shopping centre is part of the council’s ‘Invest to Earn’ strategy.
Ged Fitzgerald resigns with immediate effect.
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