Police HQ/Kushber/Knibb/NLRC and LCC

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

1. Why did LCC become involved in acquiring sites for the Merseyside Police HQ when they have their own Estates Team?

2. Please provide the 'evaluation matrix' used in determining this site?

3. Did LCC purchase the freehold or leasehold off NLRC for the site at Bishop Goss/St Anne Street?

4. Who from the Council submitted the Land Registry documents as there is no mention of the NLRC company in them and their site has been erased from the Title Plan?

5. Please state the exact recipient the £35,000 payment for agents fees and on what date was this paid?

6. Please state the exact recipient of the £2,850,000 payment for the land acquisition and on what date was this paid?

7. Please state the exact recipient of the £300,000 property at 64 Mount Pleasant?

8. Please explain why LCC regeneration documents from 2019 show George Knibb as the developer of 64 Mount Pleasant (5 self contained flats)?

9. Who was the exact recipient of the £350,000 compensation payment?

10. What duties does Councillor Barry Kushner undertake for NLRC?

11. Who valued the land at £2,850,000?

12. Who undertook the £2million demolition works at Smithdown Lane and the Edge Lane F&V Police and Hosing sites?

13. What was the reasons for the delay in purchasing the land and who caused it?

Yours faithfully,

Mr M Dean

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear Mr Dean
 
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Thank you for your request for information that was received on 5 October
2020 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

1. Why did LCC become involved in acquiring sites for the Merseyside
Police HQ when they have their own Estates Team?

2. Please provide the 'evaluation matrix' used in determining this site?

3. Did LCC purchase the freehold or leasehold off NLRC for the site at
Bishop Goss/St Anne Street?

4. Who from the Council submitted the Land Registry documents as there is
no mention of the NLRC company in them and their site has been erased from
the Title Plan?

5. Please state the exact recipient the £35,000 payment for agents fees
and on what date was this paid?

6. Please state the exact recipient of the £2,850,000 payment for the land
acquisition and on what date was this paid?

7. Please state the exact recipient of the £300,000 property at 64 Mount
Pleasant?

8. Please explain why LCC regeneration documents from 2019 show George
Knibb as the developer of 64 Mount Pleasant (5 self contained flats)?

9. Who was the exact recipient of the £350,000 compensation payment?

10. What duties does Councillor Barry Kushner undertake for NLRC?

11. Who valued the land at £2,850,000?

12. Who undertook the £2million demolition works at Smithdown Lane and the
Edge Lane F&V Police and Hosing sites?

13. What was the reasons for the delay in purchasing the land and who
caused it?

Yours faithfully,

Mr M Dean...
 
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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Liverpool City Council's handling of my FOI request 'Police HQ/Kushner/Knibb/NLRC and LCC', as it is past the statutory time limit.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/p...

Yours faithfully,
Mr M Dean

Information Requests, Liverpool City Council

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Dear Mr M Dean…

 

Please see attached our response to your recent 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.

 

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Information Team

 

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