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Cost of Nathan Coley lights on Liverpool Waterfront

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

This request is in relation to the light installation recently built on the historic St. George’s Dock Pumping Station. The lights are described further here:

https://www.theartnewspaper.com/blog/shi....

In relation to the above, please confirm and provide any related documentation around the following:-

1. The total cost of the lights and how much Nathan Coley will make from the lights.

2. How much of Liverpool residents taxpayer money was used for the purchase of the lights.

2. How long the lights will remain on the Pumping Station.

3. If the lights were commissioned by both Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool City Council who owns the lights?

4. Please provide any sales information or contracts.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Barker

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear Mr Barker
 
Please note:

We would at this time advise that Liverpool City Council in common with
other public authorities is presently dealing with, responding to and
affected by the current public health emergency arising from Coronavirus.

When we have sufficient personnel to be able to deal with, and respond to,
your request we will do so in due course.

We thank you for your patience at this time whilst staff are diverted to
maintaining essential services for the residents of Liverpool during this
current public health emergency.

 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 27 January
2021 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

This request is in relation to the light installation recently built on
the historic St. George's Dock Pumping Station. The lights are described
further here:

https://www.theartnewspaper.com/blog/shi....

In relation to the above, please confirm and provide any related
documentation around the following:-

1. The total cost of the lights and how much Nathan Coley will make from
the lights.

2. How much of Liverpool residents taxpayer money was used for the
purchase of the lights.

2. How long the lights will remain on the Pumping Station.

3. If the lights were commissioned by both Liverpool Biennial and
Liverpool City Council who owns the lights?

4. Please provide any sales information or contracts.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Barker...
 
We are dealing with your request under the Freedom of Information Act
2000 and we aim to send a response by 24 February 2021.
 
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Liverpool City Council
 
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T Harrison left an annotation ()

The given link does not work...please see below:
https://www.theartnewspaper.com/blog/shi...

T Harrison left an annotation ()

...and with the pumping station being Grade II listed, one would have thought it would require planning permission - I have not been able to identify any application on the planning search facility.

Dear Liverpool City Council,

By law, you should have responded promptly and by 24 February 2021. Please can you confirm when I will be receiving a response.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Daniel Barker

Information Requests, Liverpool City Council

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Dear Daniel Barker

 

Please see attached our response to your 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

 

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Liverpool City Council

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