The new Core Strategy by Liverpool council has set out where new homes developments should be built in the city until 2028, based on future demand on the back of an anticipated rise in the local population.
Central Government estimates that the volume of people residing in Liverpool will increase from around 445,000 to in excess of 460,000 by 2026, pushing up demand for new homes in the process.
The report states: 'There is every expectation, therefore, that the long term process of population decline is about to be turned around, reflecting the impact, amongst other things, of the recent positive signs of recovery in the local economy.'
The strategy divides Liverpool into three areas: the city centre, the urban core, and suburban areas, with the bulk of new homes - around 70% - to be developed in the city centre and urban core, with the remaining 30% in suburban areas.
The urban core includes Anfield, County, Everton, Kirkdale, parts of the wards of Riverside, Princes Park, Picton, Kensington & Fairfield and Tuebrook and Stoneycroft.
Suburbia is everywhere else outside the city centre.
Cllr Malcolm Kennedy, cabinet member for regeneration and transport, commented: "This is a vital document. It will guide how our city is going to look and develop through the first quarter of the 21st century. We have already consulted widely about the strategy, but this is an evolving situation and views can change and develop.
"This is the last chance people have of making their ideas known so I would urge everybody to look at the strategy and contact us with their ideas."