The Liverpool City Region will benefit from more than 18,000 new jobs and £225m of additional investment as a result.
Residents and workers in the Liverpool City Region still have time to have their say and shape the future of the city region, as plans are drawn up that will influence everything from housing and transport, to jobs and health.
A survey by Growth Platform, the City Region’s Growth Company, reveals the risks to city region businesses, as well as the priority support needed during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority met today (Friday, 20 March, for its usual monthly meeting and took a range of policy and funding decisions
The Fair Employment Charter will recognise and celebrate businesses that pay the real living wage.
The £20 million fund will support sustained growth for Liverpool City Region’s most ambitious businesses.
A new £20 million fund designed to support sustained growth for Liverpool City Region’s most ambitious businesses, is about to launch.
The Combined Authority will be stepping up to support the Council’s purchase of St Modwen's assets by investing £10 million allocated from the Single Investment Fund.
Figures show that nearly a third of children in the Liverpool City Region are living in poverty.
The fund will allow them to expand and create more than 40 highly skilled jobs.