Could Mayor Joe Anderson please explain why his daughter is working with and for “Daniel Hughes

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Could the Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson please explain why his daughter is working with and for “Daniel Hughes” Public Relations who is working with developers who may be getting investigated?

The case in question is Mr Gary Howard of Lin Mari group/ Fox Street village and Mr Kerry Tomlinson of prime site Liverpool?

Could the Mayor explain why Daniel Hughes PR is also working for the Mayor’s office and the Liverpool council at the same time working with Mr Gary Howard?

Liverpool councillor Joanne Calvert is the daughter of Mayor Joe Anderson.

Cllr Joanne Calvert also works as a PA for Danial Hughes PR company his company works with a few developers one of which is “Fox Street Village”
Mr Gary Howard, who will not talk to any reporters about how he came into £30 million in his bank account and where it has gone?

Now, Daniel Hughes, last week wanted a list of questions from reporters, however, he has now gone away and asked the reporters to email, Cllr Joanna Calvert, or Liverpool echo reporter Georgia Morgan Account Manager- for Daniel Hughes PR. Then they will deal with Mr Gary Howard no one else.

Its background.

“Fox Street Village is being brought forward by developer Lin Mari Group and is earmarked for Fox Street on the edge of the city centre”.

It will comprise 400 apartments and has a gross development value of £30m, with 250 construction jobs having already been created.

The scheme has attracted global investors, with 98 per cent having already been sold.

Gary Howard, director at Lin Mari Group, said: "We believe that Fox Street Village will help give North Liverpool a new purpose. It is a prestigious development that will unlock the area's economic potential and become a destination.

"With the scheme sitting on the edge of the city centre, the residential apartments will hopefully form part of a community which people can be proud of."

Yours faithfully,

Jon Wandsworth