St Helens Borough Council and ECF (formerly The English Cities Fund) have submitted a Reserved Matters planning application to advance the next stage in the delivery of the regeneration of Earlestown. Under the proposals, the historic market town – home to the oldest working market in the country – will be equipped with a new […]
A St Helens Town Deal project is set to support digital growth in St Helens town centre as councillors approve the next steps to support businesses with high-speed, high quality ultrafast digital connectivity. St Helens Borough Council’s Cabinet approved the start of work to find a delivery partner to deliver the £2.5 million project that […]
Warrington Borough Council has welcomed news that the borough has received a commitment of over £120m in national funding to improve transport connections. The government has today (Monday 26 February) announced that local transport authorities (LTAs) in the North will receive £2.5 billion in Local Transport Funding (LTF) over the next seven years, from April 2025. This […]
Police are appealing for witnesses following a deliberate fire at a business premises in Northwich. Three HGVs were set on fire at the company in New Business Park, Wincham Lane, Northwich causing considerable damage. Enquiries concluded the fire had been started deliberately and an investigation into the circumstances is continuing. Anyone with information should contact […]
Leading Ladies In Business (LLIB) are hosting an Inspire Inclusion event on the 4th March to start the ball rolling for International Women’s Day.
The event will be held in the private function area of Gravity Max in Liverpool One & guests can expect to enjoy talks from inspirational guest speakers, networking, live music and food throughout the evening. LLIB were keen to hold the event at a venue that was fun, relaxed & inclusive enabling guests to feel […]
This weekend we will be introducing a Section 34 Dispersal Order in Kirkby Town Centre as part of a continued response to reports of anti-social behaviour in the area. The order will be in place for 48 hours from 4pm today (Friday 23 February) until 3.59pm on Sunday 25 February. It covers Cherryfield Drive, County […]
St Helens Borough Council and the English Cities Fund have announced the first package of works to deliver Phase One of the once-in-a-generation multi-million St Helens town centre regeneration initiative. Exploratory surveys are set to take place in and around the Hardshaw Shopping Centre this week as the countdown to its demolition begins. This will […]
On Tuesday 13th February Reconnecting Runcorn welcomed Susan Nickson, the creator of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, to revisit some of the locations that inspired the award-winning show and get a behind the scenes look at some of the new Reconnecting Runcorn projects. Funded through the Towns Fund which forms part of […]
Sutton Kersh Auctions held their first auction of 2024, selling over £9.5 million pounds worth of property.
373 – 377 East Prescot Front Ext 373 – 377 East Prescot ext 38A Knight Street Ext 38A Knight Street – BED 38A Knight Street – ENSUITE BATH 38A Knight Street – LR 38A Knight Street -KITCHEN There was plenty of interest in the properties offered which reinforces the confidence within the current housing market. […]
An historic glass industry landmark could be revived to provide cheap and sustainable energy for the future, a new study will explore. Cannington Shaw No.7 Bottle Shop was once the site of one of the world’s first fully operational regenerative furnaces for continuous glass bottle production and is one of the few surviving examples of […]