Liverpool City Council is managed by a chief executive, who is responsible for the day-to-day running of the council. Besides there are five executive directors, each of whom is responsible for the management for a particular portfolio.
The city council is made up of five portfolios: Central Services, Education, Library and Community Safety, Supported Living and Community Safety, Regeneration and Resources. The Liverpool City Council employs nearly 19,000 people to deliver its services. The Executive Management Team has two clear objectives- to reduce the cost and improve the quality of council services provided for the people of Liverpool.
Liverpool city council housing
The Liverpool City Council Housing section offers useful advice on housing safety standards, including kitchen and bathroom facilities, fire safety requirements and offers practical guidelines on layout so as to avoid overcrowding. The City council Housing is also responsible for the issuance of certification for compliance with the various standards. The Liverpool City Council housing section also offers housing finance, if you have difficulty paying your rent or other charges.
City Council Liverpool planning
The Liverpool City Council Planning department works with the regeneration services department and is responsible for all physical aspects of development in the city. It aims at transforming Liverpool city into a modern, vibrant, international city, which today boasts many award winning developments. City council of Liverpool planning seeks to make the city a premier European City, where people increasingly want to live, work and visit and where businesses choose to invest. The City Council planning department prepares local planning policies, development plans and design guidelines.
Archive city council Liverpool
The archives at the City Council Liverpool, have a vast resource of information covering the fascinating history of the City dating from the 13th century to the present. These include archives of the City Council and its predecessors, schools, churches, families, businesses and societies, books, maps, watercolours and unique photographs. A reader's ticket is required in order to request or view these archives at the city council.
City council Liverpool vacancy
The Liverpool City Council has an extensive website, which helps you find out the activities of the council. The website also carries information on vacancies and job offers available within the council. The jobs at the council are categorised into two sections: General vacancies and Education vacancies. Yet again the Education vacancies are categorised into two types: teaching and non-teaching.
Liverpool city council education
The Liverpool city council Education works to deliver top quality education services to develop self esteem, skills, knowledge and enhance the qualifications of the local citizens. The Education department of the city council has distinct areas like early years development, schools, including awards and grants information, colleges and universities, adult education and special educational needs.
City council Liverpool recycling
In order to manage the wastes effectively and to protect the environment of the city, the Liverpool City Council uses effective recycling projects. It includes household activities such as home composting garden waste, using rechargeable batteries, reusing carrier bags on more than one shopping trip and buying food and products that has less packaging - or no packaging at all.
City council library Liverpool
The Liverpool city has 24 libraries, prominent among them being the Central Library in the City Centre. The other 23 libraries of the City Coucil of Liverpool are smaller community libraries and spread across the city. In addition there is also a mobile library service operating over ninety locations in the city.