Cllr. Malcolm Kennedy has he moved to sunny Spain, while Vauxhall rots/ Metalworks Leeds St
jeff Dickerson made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Liverpool City Council
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Dear Liverpool City Council,
Supply the amount of time. Councilor Malcolm Kennedy. has been off or living in Spain for the past 2 years.
2/ Is Cllr Kennedy getting his allowance while living in Spain and is this from the ratepayers of Liverpool?
3/ Has Cllr Kennedy, Cllr. Lisa Gaughan, and Cllr.Joe Hanson, asked for a full investigation into the five failed developments in Vauxhall one being the “Metalworks”
Ref: Property developer moves on again as trendy apartment scheme turns to eyesore
Simon Clarke has resigned from the company behind the controversial Metalworks scheme.
By Tom Duffy Liverpool Echo 5 JAN 2021
3/ Supply all of Cllr Joe Hanson’s payments and [gifts in kind] from all the developers who may of paid him to act as a consultant while using the name of the Liverpool City Council will he disclose any meeting or involvement with any developer of a number of sites in Vauxhall that total over £456 million in off plan sales?
Has all three of these so called inactive councilors held any talks with the Liverpool Echo and or informed the residents of Vauxhall as to the mess and loss of construction jobs lost due to these cowboys and Lawton’s milking away tens of millions of pounds into offshore banks?
Please supply the e-mails that went to [Mr. Roger Mann] the Solicitor for the Liverpool City Council, and who failed to expose the Metalworks project over 2 years ago along with Cllr Hanson who hid this
Dear Jeff Dickerson
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