Some news from Liverpool

Liverpool health report goes online

A new website has been launched to give Liverpool residents a say on the future of health and social care. The site, goes live tomorrow and will give visitors the opportunity to comment on services.

They can also communicate directly with officials of the Liverpool Local Involvement Network (LINk), an independent network made up of local people and groups.

Liverpool LINk chair, Tim Oshinaike, said:

“We hope the new website will help get more people involved in our work as it gives residents an easy way to contact our team, find out any information, help with the work we do, and share views on health and social care in the city.”

£50m Central Library plan approved by Liverpool planners

The city centre will have a temporary library while the Central Library is closed for 2½ years for a £50m redevelopment.

Yesterday, the project passed a key milestone when the revamp was given planning permission and listed building consent by the city’s planning committee.

The library will close around June this year and re-open in 2012. We just hope that the temporary arrangements whilst the building is closed mean that the city’s main library has a presence and people are able to continue to read the library’s books.

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