Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Heaps Rice Mill-A Letter To Joe Anderson. The building is in a bad state.



Mayor Joe Anderson
Liverpool City Council
Municipal Buildings

17.8.16
By Post and email.


Mr Anderson.
I enclose pictures of Heaps Mill which is in a perilous state at present.
You will recall both myself and numerous other people who care about the citys past campaigned vigorously to save the building from demolition. I think the developer was Elliot Developments.
English Heritage decided the building was of national historic importance and decided to list it after the Merseyside Civic Society made the application.
It seems that Liverpool City Council with its non existance conservation people consider it to be of little importance.
There are now trees growing out of the structure, mainly around the top which will create structural problems. The roots of these buddlia trees are growing through the courses of brickwork seperating them and if left unchecked for any longer will lead to the building being of little significance. I do not wish to watch this building become the same fate as the Futurist in Lime Street, being allowed to deteriate and then spurriosly be claimed it is unsafe.
I would request an immediate structural survey to ascertain the situation.
I would further request a repairs notice be served on the owner of the property who does not it seem respect the historical context of this, a piece of our history.

Please would you advise me what you are doing to stop this disgraceful situation falling into a place where the developers will claim it is too far gone.

I look forward to hearing from you by return.



WHY NOT DROP HIM A LINE YOURSELVES HIS EMAIL ADDRESS IS EASY ENOUGH TO FIND.

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Are Mayor Joe Anderson and Derek Hatton Working Together?

In a recent Echo article (6th August 2016) Derek Hatton says Sefton Meadows is not worth keeping as parkland. Joe Anderson wants to build swanky upmarket houses there.
This is the man who in the 80's claimed to be doing us all a favour by building parks for the people of Liverpool.
Take example Everton Park.
He also claimed to be building houses with gardens for the working classes.....good old socialist charmer is Mr Hatton.




Here is an interesting news article how Trinity Mirror bought the Hattons family business.
The Drum says:
The acquisition of Liverpool-based digital agency Rippleffect raised a few eyebrows. But this surprise was not based on the agency’s performance – far from it. The intrigue comes in the form of the buyer: Trinity Mirror.
 The agency was formed in 1999 by managing director Ben Hatton with the backing of his father and former politician Derek Hatton and now has upwards of 40 staff and clients that include football clubs Everton, Celtic and Fulham; gym brand Total Fitness; and corporate firms such as Mercedes Benz and Littlewoods. In addition, The Drum broke the news last month that Rippleffect had been appointed to a three-year contract to manage the website of Arsenal FC.
http://www.thedrum.com/news/2008/05/01/causing-ripples-ripple-effect-deal

 http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/derek-hatton-life-headlines-9342299

 There are plenty of rumours around town about the relationship between Mayor Joe Anderson and Derek Hatton.

We would like to hear about them, and seperate the truth from the myths.
 email us in confidence at liverpoolpreservationtrust@gmail.com

Liverpool Preservation Trust: Joe Anderson-Sitting Far Too Close To Frank McKenna.

Liverpool Preservation Trust: Joe Anderson-Sitting Far Too Close To Frank McKenna.

Monday, 8 August 2016

The Battle For Lime Street Is Lost. This is just the beginning.

Now they want to destroy Renshaw Street.
Despite Unesco stating that Liverpools planning department led by Joe Andersons are out of control, the City Council still wants to destroy another of our familiar locations. RENSHAW STREET.
Unesco realise that the council spivs are so connected with local developers that a moratorium is required to make them take stock of the situation.
THERE ARE WHOLE AREAS OF LIVERPOOL THAT NOW HOUSE LISTED BUILDINGS THAT LOOK OUT OF PLACE, BECAUSE OF WHATS BEEN BUILT AROUND THEM.

Joe Anderson once tried to sell St Lukes Church to Lawrence Kenwright for a quid.

If these jokers are allowed to get away with the ruination of another familiar landmark on Renshaw Street then we will all be a bit worse off.

FIGHT THESE PROPOSALS AND SEND A CLEAR MESSAGE TO JOKE ANDERSON THAT HE CANT DESTROY WHAT THE LUFTWAFFE COULDN'T.

 

 

Monday, 11 July 2016

Liverpool Back Before UNESCO World Heritage Committee.

Liverpool is on the World Heritage In Danger List.
This is the 40th UNESCO Agenda regarding Liverpool World Heritage In Danger.


Liverpool council do not tell you there is a meeting. They hide it from you so you cant find out.
No wonder there is not an outrage that Uncle Joe Stalin Anderson has got us on the In Danger list.......because the council don't tell you.

And our thick journalists don't want to tell you either...............despite them being informed of the World heritage committee meeting this week. 

http://.whc.unesco.org/en/sessions/40com

The section on sites on the In Danger list is here:-

http://.whc.unesco.org/archive/2016/whc16-40com-7A-en.pdf

Liverpool appears on Page 45 of 83 pages

Section 6 is interesting !!!!

"Further notes the confirmation from the State Party that a moratorium remains in place for the Liverpool Central Docks, butrequests the State Party to ensure that only repair and reuse of historic buildings, maintenance work and small scale projects should receive permission within the rest of the property until the DSOCR is finalised and adopted"