In an email update sent to supporters Sunday, the group, which led an ultimately successful campaign that lasted eight years to save the home from being demolished, said Plus Dane, a housing association based in Merseyside and Cheshire that owns and manages 12,500 homes in the area, had submitted a planning application to the Liverpool City Council to demolish all except 42 houses in Kelvin Grove and Madryn Street.
But, they expressed concern that if the council encounters delays or disruption to their proposed timetable that they will reconsider saving the homes on those two streets, which would mean Ringo's birthplace could be razed.
It was announced last May that Starr's birthplace on Madryn Street in Liverpool was saved from demolition after an eight-year battle over whether to save the area or demolish the homes.
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