Letters are being delivered to homes in the Klondyke area of Sefton informing nearby residents on the progress of the latest housing development.
The letters, signed by Cllr Trish Hardy, Cabinet Member Housing and Communities, will drop through letterboxes in Annie Road, Marion Road, Thornton Avenue, Springwell Road, Menai Road, Netherton Road and Monfa Road giving an update on the scheme.
As part of the development, Bellway will provide 142 new homes bringing significant regeneration benefits to Bootle, including greater footfall into local shops and businesses.
Demolition works were completed in October 2015 and the letters explain how legal matters are all now in place and subject to some final details, Bellway will have the opportunity to start on site shortly.
Cllr Trish Hardy, said: “We are very keen to ensure that all residents living in the proximity of the proposed new development are fully informed on the progress that is being made to getting these new homes on site.
“We totally understand residents’ frustrations with the length of time it has taken for work to begin on the site. This is due to a number of legal agreements taking much longer than expected which are now thankfully resolved.
“Once work starts we are confident that this will be another popular location for homebuyers and further information will be made available by Bellway when they are in a position to be in touch directly. We will also give further updates to residents as this exciting housing development progresses.
“One of the main outcomes from the Sefton 2030 Vision consultation was the need for more quality housing across the borough and we believe this development will help fulfil these objectives.”