Blue plaque scheme

Frankie Roberto made this Freedom of Information request to Liverpool City Council

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I am researching 'blue plaques' which are erected on historic buildings by local authorities in the UK.

In response to a query, English Heritage mentioned to me that such a scheme runs in Liverpool & Merseyside.

Could you confirm whether such a scheme is running, or has run in the past?

If so, could you provide a list of blue plaques that have been erected in the city, if available? Preferably this list would include as much information as possible, including the inscription on the plaque, the location of the plaque and the date it was erected, and would be provided in a spreadsheet or 'comma separated values' format.

Yours faithfully,

Frankie Roberto

Winstanley, Carl,

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Dear Frankie Roberto,

Please find attached a response to your request under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000

I trust that this information satisfies your enquiry.

Yours sincerely

Carl Winstanley
Information Officer

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Frankie Roberto

Dear Carl Winstanley,

Many thanks for your response, it's interesting to note the history of your scheme.

Your letter mentions an attached list - however, this didn't seem to come through. Could you try re-sending it?

Yours sincerely,

Frankie Roberto

Winstanley, Carl,

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Dear Mr Roberto,

I have reattached the list within this email. If there are any problems
please don't hesitate to contact me and I can arrange for you to receive
this information via other means.

Kind regards

Carl Winstanley
Information Officer.

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Frankie Roberto

Dear Carl Winstanley,

The spreadsheet came through properly this time. Thanks so much for sending this - really interesting!

Once I've done something useful/interesting with the data, I'll get in touch with Liverpool Council to let you know.

Yours sincerely,

Frankie Roberto