Robert Jenrick – Special Inspector Max Caller/ Ref Mayor W. Simon Liverpool will she be open and cooperate and not cover-up for others?
Dear Liverpool City Council,
Robert Jenrick – Special Inspector Max Caller
We understand that she has been a councilor for thirteen years, she was elected to the council to represent her ward, not to a mayoral post.
She is, along with members of the Mayor’s cabinet, where she is as a result of the mayor’s patronage. Does this give democratic legitimacy to her elevation?
Requesting all details under the F O I act
1/ Can the new Mayor [Wendy Simon give a real factual detail of all land and houses sold in her own ward within the past five years.
2/ Will the new Mayor ask for a full investigation into the failed “Rise” building in her ward and why some payments were handed out as 106 fees in her ward?
3/ Will the new Mayor investigate as to why it has taken Cllr Jane Corbett along with the green party and Liberal democrats over 2 years to do a scrutiny report on the failed developments in the city of Liverpool.
4/ Just how many hours have these 3 councilors spent doing this and at what cost to the ratepayers?
5/ Five years on and still Liverpool city council has not given a full account of the expenses of Cllr Gary Millar’s Hong Kong trip along with Ellen Cutler on or about the 30/31st October 2015.
A] Did NPG Ltd pay for this trip?
B] Or did the Liverpool city council pay for this trip?
6/ Will the new Mayor Wendy Simon disclose all and any dealing with Kerry Tomlinson of Prime Site Developments ltd and did she know of the payments to her ward from him [Tomlinson]to Central Youth Club?
, Councilor Wendy Simon said the council would cooperate fully.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick yesterday told Parliament he had appointed special inspector Max Caller to look into the situation at the city council following a number of arrests and an ongoing police investigation.
Dear Matt Williams
Please see attached a copy of the response in respect of the above
referenced information request.
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