TURNS INTO A PUB.
It is outragous that this great testament to the suffering and resiliance of the people of Liverpool during that terrible period, World War II.
It has now been consecrated as a drinking hole.
Called The Bombed Out Church by local people.
The site for the church was given by The 12th Earl of Derby in 1791 on the condition that the land should never be used for any other purposes than that of a church. It was build under the careful supervision of John Foster Senior. The foundation stone was laid in 1811.
We understand that it needs maintanance but who asked the people of Liverpool if they agreed with the gesture to turn this Grade II* listed building from a place of solemnity and dignity into a bar.
The council should not have allowed this to happen.
There are covenents in the deeds.
Who made this decsison?
It must have been the city councillors for Riverside ward and we see two names that crop up again and again wherever there are financial descisions that benefit the few over the many.
Councillor Steve Mumby and Christine Banks.
She is the licencing committee chairperson that has helped turn Liverpool into the Hen Party Capital it is today.
Just what was thier involvement in this outragous idea to insult the people who lost their lives during the Blitz and turn this Grade II* listed memorial into a place for worshiping booze.
Who granted the planning permission for this?
Is it the same dodgy planners that have been there for a while, through all the corrupted property Back'Anderson deals?
While the city has turned into Capital of Corruption.
A city where the Mayor and his cohort Nick Kavanagh along with the highways chief Andy Barr were all rounded up by the Old Bill.
LiverpoolLabour Party is “Corrupt to the Core” and why are the same people still being allowed to make these outragous descisions right under the nose......of you, the public who have voted them in.
We have been warning you for years. We have recorded the corruption in real time.
We thought we had saved it from Lawrence Kenwright.
While most of the public were too busy out drinking to Save St Lukes from the very people empowered by you, to upkeep its solemnity and dignity.
As a memorial of national importance. To those who lost their lives.
Now its a PUB.