Cllr Millar/ Lee Hagan & St James hotel 2014 A payment made from the Mayor of £10,000

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Mr Bett (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Liverpool City Council,

Liverpool’s Cabinet Member of Business and Enterprise Councillor Gary Millar & director of BID Liverpool.

Dear Cllr Gary Millar,
1. Could you please supply all the details as to your involvement with acting as one of the judges at, Liverpool's 30 James Street Titanic Hotel, which won an Independent Award from Awards founder and editor of the Collective Magazine, Lee Hagan.

Ref: Liverpool’s Signature Living group behind the 30 James Street Hotel was awarded the Independent accolade at the Collective Honours Awards.
By: Echo reporter Georgia Morgan 28TH November 2014.

2. Were you paid any fees from Signature Living, or Mr & Mrs Kenwright for your input?

3. Were you involved in getting the Mayor of Liverpool (Joe Anderson) to gift or donate a £10,000 payment to Collective Magazine, Lee Hagen?

4. Cllr Millar that night in question did you work with Daniel Hughes or Hughes PR and Echo reporter ‘Georgia Morgan who was a host for that event?
5. Cllr Millar both the Collective Magazine and its founder are nowhere to be found in Liverpool at all, and in fact he is now using a fake name on line, do you still deal with him and how does one buy his magazine, if there was ever one?

6. . Cllr Millar you are a member (director) of BID could you explain the reasons as to while ordinary businesses struggle within the city centre, yet Lawrence Kenwright enjoys paying not one penny in BID fees, why is this Cllr Millar, BID is Constituted by UK law in 2004 and have you or BID not taken any legal action over none payment?

7. BID has 1,500 BID Levy Payers in Liverpool; Cllr Millar you are a director of BID so what role do you play in this company?

Yours faithfully,

Mr Bett

Liverpool City Council

 
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2020 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

Liverpool's Cabinet Member of Business and Enterprise Councillor Gary
Millar & director of BID Liverpool.

Dear Cllr Gary Millar,
1. Could you please supply all the details as to your involvement with
acting as one of the judges at, Liverpool's 30 James Street Titanic Hotel,
which won an Independent Award from Awards founder and editor of the
Collective Magazine, Lee Hagan.

Ref: Liverpool's Signature Living group behind the 30 James Street Hotel
was awarded the Independent accolade at the Collective Honours Awards.
By: Echo reporter Georgia Morgan 28TH November 2014.

2. Were you paid any fees from Signature Living, or Mr & Mrs Kenwright for
your input?

3. Were you involved in getting the Mayor of Liverpool (Joe Anderson) to
gift or donate a £10,000 payment to Collective Magazine, Lee Hagen?

4. Cllr Millar that night in question did you work with Daniel Hughes or
Hughes PR and Echo reporter 'Georgia Morgan who was a host for that event?
5. Cllr Millar both the Collective Magazine and its founder are nowhere to
be found in Liverpool at all, and in fact he is now using a fake name on
line, do you still deal with him and how does one buy his magazine, if
there was ever one?

6. . Cllr Millar you are a member (director) of BID could you explain the
reasons as to while ordinary businesses struggle within the city centre,
yet Lawrence Kenwright enjoys paying not one penny in BID fees, why is
this Cllr Millar, BID is Constituted by UK law in 2004 and have you or BID
not taken any legal action over none payment?

7. BID has 1,500 BID Levy Payers in Liverpool; Cllr Millar you are a
director of BID so what role do you play in this company?

Yours faithfully,

Mr Bett...
 
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