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SevenStreets is an award-winning city blog and independent creative team, founded in 2011 and based in Liverpool.

Just as Liverpool grew from just seven original streets, so we’re attempting a similarly ambitious outbound journey: exploring the places, people, and products that shape the place we call home. SevenStreets is an urban adventure that grows, week by week, into a full-scale almanac of the city you love: culture, arts, news, opinion and everything in between.

We focus on the things that genuinely excite us, and the discoveries we want to share with you. The stuff that’s remained stubbornly off the radar for too long. We believe people are hungry for experiences that connect them to each other. Existing media often works to a different agenda. We’re trying something different. We want to make the most of Merseyside.

Working with a team of local contributors, our aim has always been simple: to remain genuinely inquisitive, to search for new life in an old city, to occasionally go off the grid, but to always come home with the bacon.

There’s a whole world out there. Forgotten pubs, inspiring architecture and incredible new venues.

People, places and things – a side of Liverpool you’ve yet to discover. What say we go map it out?

Liverpool: We Know Where You Live.

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  • Frank Dwyer

    We hear so much about development and the effect on the heritage of Liverpool, I feel the surrounding communities are even more at risk. The continued conversion of properties to HMO’s are changing drastically the dynamic of communities from family to highly transient areas.I live in Kensington which is frowned on as an area to live.It,s history is equal to anywhere and yet continual government/council housing policies have fractured the community and slowly ghettoising the area with groups an age away from integration