Dear Liverpool City Council,
Metalworks 60 Vauxhall Road
PUMPFIELDS REGENERATION COMPANY LIMITED
Has the council acted with regards to £ 930,332.80 in outstanding 106 fees at the Metalworks site?
Has Cllr Joe Hanson informed the LCC that the Metalworks no longer exists?
Has Cllr Joe Hanson, Cllr Lisa Gaughan and Cllr Malcolm Kennedy, passed over any details of the investors who have lost down payments in the failed Metalworks?
Could the LCC explain the reasons Cllr Gaughan, refuses to reply to any requests by letter, phone or e-mails or has she a drink problem?
She has blanked many residents and all e-mails, letters and phone calls for over 17 months now will the LCC look into this matter with her?
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