Woolton Baths - Woolton Village - L25

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

[1] Woolton Baths was not maintained properly and was closed some years ago
[2] Local people raised tens of thousands of pounds to bring the baths back to a functional condition
[3] Thousands were spent on pool filters which are now in the outside area of Woolton Baths

Please supply the following information:

[a] Which individual or group in Woolton Village did LCC liaise with in relation to the refurbishment of Woolton Baths

[b] Please supply all documents relating to this decision

In a Delegated Authority report / DFR 160.21 / 20/07/21 - it states:

' They have been vacant for a number of years. They form part of the Woolton Baths site which are currently being prepared for disposal.'

[c] Please supply a link to the LCC meeting when the decision to sell off Woolton Baths was made by Mel Creighton - via Delegated Powers

[d] In light of the Max Caller report in relation to the sale of LCC assets via Delegated Powers, please indicate the process that needs to be followed in order to initiate a full investigation into the Woolton Baths fiasco....i.e. local people raise tens of thousands of pounds to save the baths and then they are put up for sale without EVER consulting local people.

Yours faithfully,
ighton make
Josie Mullen

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear Josie Mullen
 
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Dear Liverpool City Council,

[1] Woolton Baths was not maintained properly and was closed some years
ago
[2] Local people raised tens of thousands of pounds to bring the baths
back to a functional condition
[3] Thousands were spent on pool filters which are now in the outside area
of Woolton Baths

Please supply the following information:

[a] Which individual or group in Woolton Village did LCC liaise with in
relation to the refurbishment of Woolton Baths

[b] Please supply all documents relating to this decision

In a Delegated Authority report / DFR 160.21 / 20/07/21 - it states:

' They have been vacant for a number of years. They form part of the
Woolton Baths site which are currently being prepared for disposal.'

[c] Please supply a link to the LCC meeting when the decision to sell off
Woolton Baths was made by Mel Creighton - via Delegated Powers

[d] In light of the Max Caller report in relation to the sale of LCC
assets via Delegated Powers, please indicate the process that needs to be
followed in order to initiate a full investigation into the Woolton Baths
fiasco....i.e. local people raise tens of thousands of pounds to save the
baths and then they are put up for sale without EVER consulting local
people.

Yours faithfully,
ighton make
Josie Mullen...
 
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Dear Liverpool City Council,
15 days late

Yours sincerely,

Josie Mullen

Dear Liverpool City Council,
24 days late

Yours sincerely,

Josie Mullen

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Dear Josie Mullen

 

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delay in responding to your request.

 

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