The intention of the Fund is “to support people and communities in need across the UK. It will invest in skills, communities, businesses, and by supporting people into employment.”
Change Business for Good will feature discussions about how health, growth and social recovery are intrinsically linked to business as we move out of lockdown.
The Combined Authority is to receive £52m to enable local authorities across the North West to improve the energy performance of 7000 homes.
The programme will develop cutting edge manufacturing techniques to make 10,000 homes more energy efficient over the next ten years.
Motorists in the Liverpool City Region are being urged to ditch the car for short journeys - for their health, their wallet and the planet.
The new station building and additional car parking spaces will encourage people to use more sustainable modes of transport.
Work on step free access to platforms will start next month with £9.8m from the Combined Authority's Transforming Cities Fund invested in the schemes.
Katherine Fairclough has been appointed to the role of Chief Executive of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.
Dozens of immediate actions to tackle the Climate Emergency are highlighted in a one-year plan set to be approved by Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.
The Liverpool City Region Cultural Compact Strategic Action Plan - recognises the key role that arts and culture play in the city region’s economy.