Tag Archives: Liverpool City Council

Action now on New Build Housing in Liverpool

For the 5 years that I was member of the planning committee I asked question after question about the quality of new build apartments in the City. For a variety of reasons many of the new build units built since … Continue reading

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Thanks Vince – you did a great job

As some of us set off for the Lib Dem Conference in York for the next two days we were met with the e-mail from Vince saying that subject to there being no snap election he would stand down as … Continue reading

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Action at last on stalled property developments in Liverpool & Manchester

I am delighted that the Serious Fraud Office in partnership with the North West Serious Crimes Unit and the Merseyside Police have today issued warrants in respect of people behind two Liverpool properties and the Angel Gate development in Manchester. … Continue reading

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Corbyn is definitely not the Messiah!!

Over the past 2 weekends we have knocked at getting on for 3,000 doors in Liverpool – I’ve knocked at a good number of these myself. What is extremely interesting to me is the response that we are getting on … Continue reading

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“Break the Power of Westminster and Whitehall” – Liverpool Council urged

Too many decisions are made in Whitehall and Westminster by people who have no idea about our local circumstances. We need to bring decisions back to our area and all the other regions of England. Liverpool’s Liberal Democrat Group are … Continue reading

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Politicians should play the ball not the player

Those that know me are probably surprised to see me using a football analogy.  It is true that I am not a lover of the game. As I understand it the analogy means working with and kicking the ball and … Continue reading

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The attention now turns from Fitzgerald to the Council’s actions after resignation

# Everyone within Liverpool Council needs to know why the Council has acted in the way that it did for 7 years in the case of Mr Fitzgerald. The people of Liverpool have paid out a  lot of money they … Continue reading

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