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“Liverpool Liberal Democrats go on the Offensive on three key issues”

The threat to Liverpool’s World Heritage Site is just one the three threats to our City’s future that Liverpool’s Lib Dem Councillors want to see discussed at the July Council meeting. Liverpool’s Liberal Democrat Group have tabled three resolutions that … Continue reading

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The most important Document for Liverpool’s future in a decade

The local plan is not a quick read but an important one! It’s long (1,000) pages; at times heavily technical but it’s probably the most important document that we have received in the council for a decade. What is it? … Continue reading

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St Luke’s (the Bombed Out Church) Update

This morning I had a meeting with Malcolm Kennedy and senior officers of the Regeneration Department of the Council. We agreed the following way forward: 1. That the Council will take responsibility for bringing the building up to a point … Continue reading

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St Luke’s Church – Positive next steps

This week I have had a very positive meeting with Malcolm Kennedy and Nick Kavanagh about the next steps to take to resolve issues with regard to the church. We basically agreed the four principles that were contained within the … Continue reading

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What sort of City do we want to live in?

Recently I was challenged by someone on Facebook that I was only jumping on a band wagon and interested in sound bites over my stance on St Luke’s Church If so then it is a very long standing bandwagon! In … Continue reading

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Council Motion Regarding St Luke’s (the bombed out) Church

  Attached below is a motion that I am placing before the next meeting of the City Council. I hope that it won’t be debated because I have made no comments about how we got to this position or why. … Continue reading

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The fight for Sefton Park goes on

For the past year local campaigners have fought the blind prejudice of the Mayor of Liverpool to try and ensure that the Sefton Park Meadowlands are not built on. That war is not yet lost although several battles along the … Continue reading

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