More than 370 homes in Anfield, previously earmarked for demolition have been saved.
The announcement follows months of consultation between residents and Liverpool City Council. Under the new plans, 374 properties will be kept and refurbished and a further 224 will be demolished.
Work is now underway to create "Anfield Village", which is expected to cost around £25m.
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