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The cover-up of the [FISP] report.Who was the person in the LCC to close this down and why?

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Please supply the total cost from August 2018 and the hours spent on this along with the names of all the Echo reporters who sat in on these meeting.

1/ The total cost to the Liverpool ratepayers of this 18 month [FISP] report is needed.
2/ Who was the person in the LCC to close this down and why?
3/ Why is there no public story on this from your local Echo in Liverpool?

Footnotes below:

There were eight meetings of the Fractional Investment & Scrutiny Panel (FISP), the first on 30 August 2018 and the last on 19 May 2019.

Minutes are only available on your website for that first meeting. Why are the minutes of the other seven meetings not also available online for the public to see?

It is now nearly nine months since the last meeting of the FISP yet there is still no sign of the final report. Why is it taking the Chair, Cllr Jane Corbett, longer to actually write the report than it took to arrange and hold the eight Panel meetings?

When exactly is the final report of this Panel likely to be produced?

Given the inordinate delay in producing the final report, is Cllr Corbett actually qualified and competent to do so or should the defrauded investors be asking the Government for a totally independent inquiry into what has been happening in Liverpool that has resulted in so many stalled and unfinished developments?

Yours faithfully,

Sue Wong

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear Sue Wong
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 7 February
2020 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

Please supply the total cost from August 2018 and the hours spent on this
along with the names of all the Echo reporters who sat in on these
meeting.

1/ The total cost to the Liverpool ratepayers of this 18 month [FISP]
report is needed.
2/ Who was the person in the LCC to close this down and why?
3/ Why is there no public story on this from your local Echo in Liverpool?

Footnotes below:

There were eight meetings of the Fractional Investment & Scrutiny Panel
(FISP), the first on 30 August 2018 and the last on 19 May 2019.

Minutes are only available on your website for that first meeting. Why are
the minutes of the other seven meetings not also available online for the
public to see?

It is now nearly nine months since the last meeting of the FISP yet there
is still no sign of the final report. Why is it taking the Chair, Cllr
Jane Corbett, longer to actually write the report than it took to arrange
and hold the eight Panel meetings?

When exactly is the final report of this Panel likely to be produced?

Given the inordinate delay in producing the final report, is Cllr Corbett
actually qualified and competent to do so or should the defrauded
investors be asking the Government for a totally independent inquiry into
what has been happening in Liverpool that has resulted in so many stalled
and unfinished developments?

Yours faithfully,

Sue Wong...
 
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