What was the “Atlantis – Motorways of the Sea” project and how was the £264,912.50 grant funding the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority from INEA for it spent?

                                            

266 Merseytravel LCRCA invoice March 2019 Atlantis Final Reconciliation Page 1 of 3

266 Merseytravel LCRCA invoice March 2019 Atlantis Final Reconciliation Page 1 of 3

AGRESSO Document Page 1 of 3

266

PROFORMA INVOICE

Payment by BACS

Name Sefton MBC

Address Corporate Finance & ICT
Magdelen House
Trinity Road

Post Code L20 3NJ
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Are Wirral Council’s Wirral View newssheet days numbered after 26 editions?

                                       

Wirral View logo

Wirral View logo – the logo is from Wirral View’s website and is used here exercising the exception for news reporting (section 30)

Wirral View started (its first edition was in October 2016) after a troubled start when the decision of former Cllr Matthew Patrick to start it was called in for scrutiny by councillors in 2016.

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Business Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Wirral Council) 27th July 2016

ICO the regulator upheld Wirral Council’s refusal to release the legal advice relating to this departure from the Code in ICO decision notices FS50651166, FS50646730 and FS50646655.
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What are the dates of the 6 RMT strike days on the Merseyrail network and will the £273 million cost of the new trains rise if the UK leaves the EU?

                                     

Stadler invoice to Merseytravel 18th February 2019 £5,468,499.05

Stadler Bussnang AG invoice to Merseytravel 18th February 2019 £5,468,499.05

Above is an invoice paid in March 2019 for 2% of the value of 52 new class 777 trains that Merseytravel are buying from Stadler Bussnang AG. This invoice was released to us on the 12th July 2019 as part of a request made using the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 in relation to the 2018-19 financial year. The invoice was requested as part of a collaborative journalism project with the Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s Bureau Local project.
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Merseyside Police unsuccessfully disputed £311,134.22 of charges by West Yorkshire Police for air support through NPAS (National Police Air Service)

                                     

Disputed invoice West Yorkshire Police Merseyside Police Q3 2017 18 NPAS (National Police Air Service) £533,094.74

Disputed invoice West Yorkshire Police Merseyside Police Q3 2017 18 NPAS (National Police Air Service) £533,094.74

Back in August 2012 I reported how the councillors on the Merseyside Police Authority agreed to Merseyside Police’s helicopter (Eurocopter EC-135 registration G-XM11) previously based at RAF Woodvale was leased for use by the Oslo Police Department (Norway) and it has since been repainted and is used in Norway.
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Labour and Conservative councillors from Wirral and Cheshire West and Chester decide not to refer proposed walk in centre closures at Moreton and New Ferry to government minister for decision against wishes of Labour Cllrs Nolan and Norbury (who voted to do so)

                                               

Dr Paula Cowan (right, foreground) (Wirral CCG Chair) 24th July 2019 Wirral Council Adult Care and Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee Walk In Centres

Dr Paula Cowan (right, foreground) (Wirral CCG Chair) 24th July 2019 Wirral Council Adult Care and Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee Walk In Centres

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Wirral and Cheshire West and Chester Joint Health Scrutiny Committee 30th July 2019

A motion by Cllrs Norbury and Nolan requiring the proposed walk in centre closures in Moreton and New Ferry to be scrutinised by the government minister was defeated by the combined votes of other Labour and Conservative councillors on the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee.

Instead a series of recommendations (which are below) were agreed one of which included a report in around October 2020 looking at the first six months after closure and further work with Merseytravel over transport issues.
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