To: The Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson, could you please just once tell the truth?

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn yn hwyr iawn. Yn ôl y gyfraith, ym mhob amgylchiad, dylai Liverpool City Council fod wedi ymateb erbyn hyn. (manylion). Gallwch gwyno drwy yn gofyn am adolygiad mewnol.

Dear Liverpool City Council,

Please forward to the Mayor,

To: The Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson

Could your office please for once try to tell the truth and give a full account of the payments made to the following newspaper made within the last 3 years from LCC and Liverpool Vision.

1/ The newspaper group known as: Trinity north west and north wales group Liverpool Daily post & Liverpool Echo. Trinity Mirror PLC, Reach PLC.

2/ The Liverpool echo is asking members of the public to donate to support the Liverpool Echo, has the LCC or the Mayor made any contributions to the Liverpool echo to support the Liverpool Echo?

Support the Liverpool Echo
“Our news online is free for everyone. If you can, please make a contribution and help us give Liverpool and Merseyside the coverage they need and deserve”.

3/ Does the Mayor know of the dealing with the old Echo building with the Middle east company Select group who have asked the Echo Reach PLC for £16 million payment towards this new hotel, yet it is not in the local Liverpool echo and the public at the same time are been asking to support the Liverpool Echo?

“Missed deadlines cost publisher £16m to exit development joint venture”
September 30, 2020

Liverpool Echo publisher Reach has paid out £15.5m to Dubai-based Select Group after delays and overruns at its former city centre home.

Reach sold part of its freehold property on Old Hall Street, Liverpool, for £6.6m in 2018 and entered a joint venture with Select Group to develop it into a hotel alongside retail and office space.

Yours faithfully,
H. J. Thomas Jr

Information Requests, Liverpool City Council

2 Atodiad

Dear H J Thomas Jr

 

Please see attached our response to your recent information request.

 

We thank you for your patience and understanding whilst Liverpool City
Council, in common with other public authorities is currently dealing
with, responding to, and affected by the current public health emergency
arising from Coronavirus which, in accordance with emergency legislation,
has meant that our staff are being diverted to maintain essential services
for the residents of Liverpool during this current public health
emergency.

 

Regards

 

Information Team

 

Information Requests

Liverpool City Council

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