Hoylake Golf Resort: Very few Wirral residents actually play golf.

Alan Rundle made this Freedom of Information request to Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,

To how many households, in Hoylake and West Kirby, did Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council deliver its 'HOYLAKE GOLF RESORT - A NEW INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION' leaflets?

Yours faithfully,

Alan Rundle

InfoMgr, FinDMT, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Mr Rundle,


Wirral Council thanks you for your request, please find information
Regeneration and Environment can confirm as follows:


Please note we have aggregated the below four queries, in the order of
your queries please see the following responses;



How much money has Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council paid , to date, to
consultants promoting its 'Hoylake Golf Resort' scheme?


The Hoylake Golf Resort project was allocated a budget of £237,000 on 15
April 2014 via a Strong Leader Report to procedure a Preferred Development
Partner, specialist consultants were required to inform and guide this



Please provide a list of what Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council
considers acceptable development on Green Belt land.


Please see the following link explaining the Council's policy regarding
Green Belt Land


Please also see extracts from the National Planning Policy Framework
regarding Green Belt Development 




Please provide details of  ALL amounts of time and money spent by Wirral
Metropolitan Borough Council  staff (in all departments concerned) on the
'Hoylake Golf Resort' scheme, thus far.


The core team of Officers implementing the golf resort project are funded
from central resources, their time is not subdivided between individual
projects to allow a cumulative figure to be identified on a project by
project bases.



To how many households, in Hoylake and West Kirby, did  Wirral
Metropolitan Borough Council deliver its 'HOYLAKE GOLF RESORT - A NEW


The leaflets you refer to were not designed to be delivered to individual
households. The answer to your question is therefore none. The Council
utilised a wide range of other methods, including social media, the press
and local radio to inform both the Hoylake and West Kirby community of the




Thank you for your enquiry, we trust you find this information of


Yours sincerely,


Tracy O'Hare

Information Management

Transformation and Resources

Wirral Council


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