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As part of the National Hate Crime Awareness week, Merseyside Police are looking to improve hate related intelligence gathering and as part of that please use the following links to see how you can report a hate crime and advice on personal safety:

You can also report a crime including a hate crime directly to Merseyside Police using this link:

National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 HAshtags

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Local restrictions in Liverpool from 22.09.2020

New restrictions are being introduced in Liverpool and other areas to control the spread of Covid-19.

The measures, for Merseyside, Warrington, Halton and Lancashire will be introduced from Tuesday 22nd September and will mean: 

  • residents must not socialise with other people outside of their own households or support bubble in private homes and gardens
  • hospitality for food and drink will be restricted to table service only
  • late night restriction of operating hours will be introduced, with leisure and entertainment venues required to close between 10pm to 5am

Residents are also advised to adhere to the following guidance to further reduce rates of infection:

  • not to socialise with other people outside of their own households in all public venues
  • only to use public transport for essential purposes, such as travelling to school or work
  • take holidays only within your own household or support bubble
  • avoid attending amateur and semi-professional sporting events as spectators

These changes are in addition to the nationwide six-person limit on social gatherings that came into force last Monday.

People are being asked to start following the new measures immediately and have a safe and careful weekend.

Click here for further Advice and Guidance from Liverpool City Council


Video - a message from Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool  





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Princes Park Covid-19 cases - Advice

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Princes Park COVID-19 cases   03.08.2020
There has been an increase in coronavirus cases in the Princes Park area amongst all age groups.
Advice is now being given to people living in the area about reducing the risks of spreading the illness.
Director of Public Health, Matt Ashton, said:“You, your family and friends may feel fine but without realising it, members of the community including young people could be spreading Coronavirus. We all need to do our bit to ensure the people we love and care about don’t catch the virus, become very ill, or die.  Stopping the spread of the virus also ensures that Liverpool doesn’t have to put in place a local lockdown.”
To help get life back to normal as soon as possible, people are being asked to do their bit and follow these simple steps:
  • Wash their hands regularly
  • Avoid crowds and importantly socially distance when mixing with people from other households - this includes not having family gatherings in people’s homes
  • Keep 2 metres apart where possible when out and about
  • Wear face coverings on public transport and in shops, and when you can’t keep 2 metres apart.

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Steve Biko Housing Association
3 Yanwath Street
Liverpool L8 0XP
Tel: 0151 734 4933
Fax: 0151 734 3294
Repair line: 0300 123 2030

How to get to us, the following buses will bring you to our office. 86,26,27,76

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