If it wasn’t for your help today I was considering committing suicide. I can’t take anymore. Today’s demo. - Originally posted on The poor side of life: Today was extremely busy, mainly because we now have a new influx of people needing help that had previously be...
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
Galkoff's, Pembroke Place-Butchered By Neglect
Its about time Mr Ainsworth started living up to his responsibilities.
visit the website its got pretty music http://galkoffs.tripod.com/
This is a post I did nearly one and a half years ago. read the comments.
You should remove your bad minded, ill informed comment. How do you expect someone to refurbish a property when the owners of the adjoining property have spent 19 years damaging ans neglecting it.
I know Rob and of his struggle to encourge LCC to do something with thier property. You should be suporting him not doing the work of LCC, Liverpool Vision and the LSTM or being thier monuth piece.
I am discusted in you and your phoney blog.
7 August 2009 22:40
Liverpool History Society said...
can I ask that you please edit your blog entry regarding the comment "you have had ample time etc". I have been unable to restored my property for a considerable period due to the poor condition of the councils property, 31 Pembroke Place. This is the subject and other matters to my LGO complaint currently being investigated. I would appreciate matters if you would kindly remove this section. For further information on Galkoff`s please see the web link. galkoff.tripod.com. I intend to publish all the correspondence relating to this lamentable situation including more than 50 requests to the city council, councilors, MPs and quangos requesting repair or disposal of 31 over the last 15 years, so I can complete the restoration of 29 PP I started in 1990. A lot of people who have been following this matter for more than a decade know your comment is incorrect. If you require any further information on the situation please let me know.
8 August 2009 20:25
Liverpool Preservation Trust said...
Ummmmmmm 20 years to get no-where thats a strange one.
10 August 2009 10:58