Kensington Fields is the most westerly of Kensington’s five neighbourhoods and the closest to Liverpool city centre.
It is an area of traditional late nineteenth century terraced houses which have been sympathetically improved with the help of funding from Kensington Regeneration.
The neighbourhood has recently been given conservation area status.
Important local facilities include Kensington Fields Community Centre and the highly regarded Sacred Heart Primary School.
The most important development currently in progress in Kensington Fields is a bypass project to improve Hall Lane, the main road through the area and a notorious traffic blackspot. Another major project that will impact on life in the area is the new Royal Liverpool Hospital which is set to be built at the junction of the Hall Lane bypass and West Derby Street.
A neighbourhood with many important historical connections read more
The much improved, most easterly neighbourhood in Kensington read more
Where the exciting new Beech Street complex will take shape this year read more
Home to Kensington Community Sports Centre and the Life Bank read more
A neighbourhood recently granted conservation area status read more