Tag Archives: Calderstones Park

Liberal Democrats Demand Better

This time last year Liverpool Lib Dems produced a detailed manifesto for the 2018 local elections. Nothing surprising about that you might think because that is what political parties should do before an election. The surprise, however, was that no … Continue reading

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I’m still angry so I’m standing again on May 2nd

A personal message to the people of Church Ward Today I have submitted my nomination papers and can confirm that I will be seeking re-election for the Council in May. As I have gone around meeting people in my Church … Continue reading

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Telling the truth about green spaces in Liverpool

I suppose after 36 years as a Liverpool Councillor nothing should surprise me about the way some people make wild claims about their track record on green spaces. Most of them are experienced councillors and they know that the way … Continue reading

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A new future for the Liverpool Food and Drink Festival

It’s always sad when a company goes into administration and that is true of the company behind the Liverpool Food and Drink Festivals which folded yesterday. However, in this case there may be a silver lining. I have been concerned … Continue reading

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Will the Council apologise for threatening us over Harthill being part of the Park?

Now that the dust has settled a bit on the great victory by LOGS in the High Court last week, I have expanded my questions. I have written to a senior officer at the council today asking for responses to … Continue reading

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Calderstones Park High Court judgement is victory for the many over the few.

I welcome today’s High Court judgement which will save part of Calderstones Park from being built on. I can only describe it as a victory of the People of Liverpool over the political elite that rules the Liverpool Town Hall. … Continue reading

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What Next for Calderstones Park’s ‘Depot site’?

Its now four weeks since the Judicial Review into the planning applications allowed by the Council on Calderstones Park took place at the High Court in Manchester. The local community through LOGS did a marvellous job raising £40,000 for the … Continue reading

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