Former Welsh Presbyterian Chapel on Princess Ave/ Mr Bill Maynard

Li Lee HK buyers made this Freedom of Information request to Liverpool City Council

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Can you please supply details on the Former Welsh Presbyterian Chapel on Princess Ave Liverpool 8, which is a Grade 11 listed building and was to be restored and brought back into meaningful use.

[1] The council sold the site to Merseyside Building and Preservation Trust (MBPT) for £1 in 2014 - is this statement true?

[2] Mr Bill Maynard is part of (BPT) as Chair and was seeking funding as high as £8million pounds.

Could the Liverpool city Council please indicate if Mr Bill Maynard had worked for the Council in the past, been given any other building to work onor been a part time adviser or been paid for his services by the Council?

[3] Erica Rushton was also a part of this as was Mark Lawler.Can the Council indicate if Erica Rushton was given a job at the Liverpool City Council and what role was she given within the Council?

[4] Mark Lawler, Erica Rushton and Bill Maynard had plans for the Welsh Presbyterian Church what were these plans please?

[5] Did the Council support MBPT in their bid for Heritage Lottery Funding for up to £4m to fund the development, while Baltic Creative was working on an application for £2m from the European Regional Development Fund?

[6] What Due Diligence process was used when Mr Bill Maynard, Erika Rushton, were chosen to buy the chruch for £1.00 and who owns the land??

Yours faithfully,

Li Lee HK buyers

Regeneration and Employment, Liverpool City Council

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Dear Liverpool City Council,
I am awaiting this reply please.

Yours faithfully,

Li Lee HK buyers

Information Requests, Liverpool City Council

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