Daily news bulletin: Gun shots fired, property prices and Liverpool One development

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📰 Merseyside Police are appealing for witnesses after reports of gun shots being fired in the Kensington area.

Officers were called to Jubilee Drive at around 10.55pm on Tuesday after it was reported that a window had been shot out at a house on the street.

It is believed the suspect(s) then rode off on a electric bike towards Edge Lane. Nobody was injured during the incident.

Detective chief inspector Rachel Wilson said: “Firing a gun in a residential street is extremely reckless and dangerous and could have led to more tragic circumstances.”

📰 According to new figures, buyers had to fork out tens of thousands of pounds more for homes in Liverpool last year.

Calderstones is the most expensive area with the highest median house prices in the year to June, at £494,000.

Walton South recorded the lowest average house price, where homes sold for around £70,000.

📰 Plans for the old Debenhams building on Lord Street to be converted into a leisure facility that could include a go-karting track have been given the green light.

Liverpool Council's planning committee gave the go-ahead for proposals at the now vacant store at Liverpool ONE.