West Tree Estates Ltd

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Ducie Street/Granby Triangle/West Tree Estates Ltd

Could you please provide the following information:

1. Who was the Regeneration Cabinet member when the Regeneration Director made a ‘Delegated Decision’ regarding the disposal of Ducie St to West Trees Estates Ltd in 2017?

2. How did the Directors report delegated decisions to Mayor/Cabinet/Council Members in 2017, how do they report now?

3. Why didn’t the Regeneration Cabinet member challenge the decision?

4. Why didn’t the Mayor Anderson challenge the decision?

5. Who was the CEX, were they aware of this disposal?

6. When/how was it reported to the Cabinet?

7. Why wasn’t it called in by the Opposition, moreover was it ever made public enabling opposition Member to use the ‘call in’ procedure?

Yours faithfully,

Warren Bradley

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February 2021 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

Ducie Street/Granby Triangle/West Tree Estates Ltd

Could you please provide the following information:

1. Who was the Regeneration Cabinet member when the Regeneration Director
made a 'Delegated Decision' regarding the disposal of Ducie St to West
Trees Estates Ltd in 2017?

2. How did the Directors report delegated decisions to
Mayor/Cabinet/Council Members in 2017, how do they report now?

3. Why didn't the Regeneration Cabinet member challenge the decision?

4. Why didn't the Mayor Anderson challenge the decision?

5. Who was the CEX, were they aware of this disposal?

6. When/how was it reported to the Cabinet?

7. Why wasn't it called in by the Opposition, moreover was it ever made
public enabling opposition Member to use the 'call in' procedure?

Yours faithfully,

Warren Bradley...
 
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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Can I request an update of when I’m likely to get a response?

Yours sincerely,

Warren Bradley