Unesco are now talking about deletion from the World Heritage List for Liverpool.
Joe Anderson The Mayor seems to want to ignore the fact that Liverpool may not have a World Heritage Site next year.
All this so his "cosy" developers can get what they want.
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.
"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"
David ward writes;
I was asked the other day several questions about Elliot Developments, and one of those was quite clear. Where Is The Money Coming From?
That is a question that keeps rearing its head every time a new development is announced by the Oldham Echo.
Why Don't They, The Liverpool Echo, raise any questions about how a new obscure developer can get so much of the land in Liverpool and earmark it for student shoeboxes.
So one development funds another in property circles but someone has to pay the wages and the money has to come from somewhere.
ONE DEVELOPMENT IN THE BALTIC TRIANGLE HAS TO HAVE A GENERATOR OUTSIDE ON THE PAVEMENT BECAUSE THERE IS NO ELECTRIC TO A BLOCK OF STUDENT FLATS.
How can the planners allow that to happen, nudge, nudge, wink, wink.
WILL THESE CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS PROVE TO BE THE BIGGEST PONZI PYRAMID SCHEME THE CITY HAS EVER KNOWN.
The Liverpool Preservation Trust Are a active group of people who care passionately about the Urban landscape of our Historic City and are fed up watching vested interests carve it up.
We are a reactive monitering force with a no-nonsense approach. Edited by David Ward