Environment

The Liverpool City Region sets sights on becoming zero-carbon by 2040

Steve Rotheram announces plans to make the Liverpool City Region a cleaner and greener place to live, work and invest.
General News

Steve Rotheram launches big bus debate for the city region

The big bus debate is a year-long public conversation to help inform how our bus network can be better in the future.
General News
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Liverpool City Region Combined Authority formally adopts official definition of antisemitism

Steve Rotheram’s proposal to adopt the definition was unanimously agreed by the Combined Authority.
General News
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Steve Rotheram Announces “One Front Door” for the Liverpool City Region

The new approach is aimed at attracting more investment and major business relocation.
General News

New report finds over 500,000 home owners in the North West are living in poor quality housing

The Northern Housing Consortium (NHC), a membership body, calls for more focus on improving the North West’s existing housing stock in light of a new report launched today......
General News

Young Liverpool City Region boxers fly to Louisville as part of Cultural Exchange

A group of six young boxers are jetting off to Louisville today, as part of the next stage of a sporting and musical exchange between the Liverpool City Region and Louisville, Kentucky...
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.
Devolution

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.
Culture

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.