Dear Liverpool City Council,
In relation to the widening of Edge Lane within the last decade, can you please advise:
- the cost incurred by the council in acquiring all the properties required for demolition and any associated/subsequent costs. Costs should include acquisition, security, legal and demolition, separately itemised.
- whether all the properties were acquired at their market value, as valued before the process was initiated, or were some acquired considerably lower than market value (once the area had suffered economic decline as a result of the scheme)?
- how many properties were owned privately and what was the proportion (e.g. percentage) of these within the total amount eventually demolished?
- a breakdown of what type of properties were affected (i.e. what proportion were houses, public houses, retail outlets, community centres etc).
If some properties were part of the scheme to widen the road but not actually situated on Edge Lane itself, please list/cost these separately.
Lastly, please advise where full thorough copies of the public enquiries can be freely downloaded from.
Dear Regeneration and Employment,
It has been over a month since the request was made and the information has yet to be supplied. Please can you respond to this request with the information as soon as possible.
Dear Mr Smith
Please see attached our response to your information request as submitted
to Liverpool City Council.
Liverpool City Council
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