Today's Front Page of The Daily Post is a serious bit of reporting by David Bartlett about a very big subject, give him his due he is concerned about the World Heritage aspect of building in the WHS.
Interesting a letter drops through my door dated yesterday, stamped with a Peel Holdings frank, to co-incide with this. They want to talk now despite being arrogant in the past he is even saying hes had chats with me, no we wont be falling for Mr Ashworths charm offensive.
Believing they can do what they want because they have friends in high places, such as the council leader Joe Anderson.
Peel Holdings cannot get away with an arrogance that is beyond belief and Lyndsay Ashworth should know better than putting words in my mouth, he says
Lindsey Ashworth, development director, said he did not think a public inquiry was needed.
“I have had long conversations with Wayne. He has a view, but it is not shared by the majority of people. He is one of a few people that do not like tall buildings.
“I think it is a fantastic development, and I am not inclined to just put something on the site that underplays it – like putting three to four storey buildings that look like grain warehouses.
“When the Three Graces were built, there was lots of controversy at the time. At this moment, I am minded to think ‘why should there be a public inquiry in Liverpool?’.”
OH NOT THE OLD THREE GRACES CONTROVERSY LINE THAT HAS NO GROUNDING WHATSOEVER, OH SPARE ME, NOT AGAIN.
Do they really have the cash anyhow.
Mr Ashworth may well be worried about a public inquiry.
IT WILL SHOW HIS SCHEME UP FOR WHAT IT IS.