This article is the subject of a book to be produced by Bill McGarry who has had direct involvement with community groups as a planner for many years and is able to offer a balanced evaluation of the planning and has experience in this stimulating and interesting planning and regeneration story.
Tom Bottle expounds the virtues of wood as a building material, and its potential to replace concrete and help reduce the construction industry’s huge environmental impacts.
Rob Harrison writes about the winter Radical Routes meeting of housing and workers co-ops from throughout the UK which took place at the Blackie.
Article by Steve Harding about Crisis, formed in 1967 as an urgent response to growing homelessness, they have since helped tens of thousands of people out of homelessness and campaigned for change.
Uncle Joe’s claims that the Liverpool City Council are to build their first council houses for 30 years turns out to be disingenuous to say the least.
Report by Tracey Dunn on the Housing conference held at Friends Meeting House when activists, housing campaigners, researchers and others met for two days to demand housing justice.
Recording of the Justice4Grenfell panel discussion held at The Black-E as part of Writing on the Wall’s Crossing Borders Festival.
Syrian refugees provide waffles and crepes to homeless people in the city centre of Liverpool.
Steve Faragher, a director of Kensington Vision, writes about the changes that have happened in the Kensington and Fairfield areas of the city recently.
Martyn Lowe looks at the issue of increasing student accommodation in Liverpool.