Devolution Stories
Kate Farrell

Kate Farrell

Kate Farrell is the Mayoral Advisor on Homelessness for the Liverpool City Region and is committed to ending homelessness in the city region at a time when the number of rough sleepers continues to rise, in spite of the excellent work of our local councils.
Inclusive growth

One year anniversary of the Fairness and Social Justice Advisory Board

Lynn Collins reflects on the impact FASJAB has made in its first year.
General News

Steve Rotheram and Luciana Berger back the Zero Suicide Alliance

Employers are being urged to encourage their staff to take free suicide prevention training.

Mayors join forces to push for Crossrail for the North

Steve Rotheram and Joe Anderson will be using the Convention of the North to call on government to make Crossrail for the North a reality.
General News

Joint statement from the Combined Authority, Merseyrail and the RMT

An agreement in principle has been made regarding the future of a second member of staff on board the train.

Combined Authority approves £20m for new cruise liner terminal

The funding will contribute to the construction of a new terminal building to replace the current temporary terminal on Princes Dock.
General News

Metro Mayor says 18,000 more construction workers are needed

A Combined Authority report says that thousands of additional construction jobs will be needed in the coming years to meet demand.
General News

Northern Mayors demand fare freeze on Northern and TransPennine Express

Steve Rotheram and Andy Burnham, have today written to the Secretary of State for Transport to demand a freeze on rail fares, ensuring that northern passengers are not hit by proposed fare rises on Northern and TransPennine services in 2019...
General News

Steve Rotheram welcomes £4m Inspiring Science Fund investment in the city region

Two Liverpool City Region science centres have received funding from government to help deliver science learning and engagement opportunities to young people ...
General News

£6m Combined Authority funding could create more than 500 jobs

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has agreed to provide £6 million funding, from its Single Investment Fund, for two developments that could create more than 500 jobs ...