Details of a £14million plan to bring hundreds of empty homes in Liverpool back into use will be revealed later. The city council says properties in Anfield will be one of their main priorities.
156 homes in Anfield Village will be brought back into use; 45 in Tuebrook and Stoneycroft; 73 in South Liverpool; 32 in Kelvin Grobe/Welsh Streets.
"These plans will accelerate housing renewal in the city, providing modern, affordable homes which people want to live in. They will help revitalise our neighbourhoods and support our plans to bring 1,000 vacant homes back into use over the next three years."
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