After Liverpool City Council loses battle to develop Calderstones Park in the High Court, will Wirral Council drop the unpopular Hoylake Golf Resort project?

After Liverpool City Council loses battle to develop Calderstones Park in the High Court, will Wirral Council drop the unpopular Hoylake Golf Resort project?

Mayor Joe Anderson 11th November 2015 Harthill Calderstones Park issue

After Liverpool City Council loses battle to develop Calderstones Park in the High Court, will Wirral Council drop the unpopular Hoylake Golf Resort project?

                                               

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Liverpool City Council 11th November 2015 Part 1 of 6 Fresh start for organisations on Harthill Road by Mayor Joe Anderson

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Liverpool City Council 11th November 2015 Part 2 of 6 Fresh start for organisations on Harthill Road by Mayor Joe Anderson

Mayor Joe Anderson 11th November 2015 Harthill Calderstones Park issue
Mayor Joe Anderson 11th November 2015 Harthill Calderstones Park issue

Above is a picture of and video of Mayor Joe Anderson speaking in 2015 about Liverpool City Council ’s controversial plans for housing in Liverpool in a much loved park. After two related planning permissions for the project were approved by Liverpool City Council they were then quashed with reasons given in a 27 page judgement by a High Court Judge in a judgement handed down last Friday. Liverpool Open and Green Spaces Community Interest Company brought the successful legal challenge.

The decision showed that Liverpool City Council had misinterpreted their OE3 (Green Wedge) policy and that it was also found that meeting housing targets was not sufficient reason to award planning permission.

However since the judgement, Liverpool City Council has ended its support for the project.

The equivalent project on the Wirral side of the River Mersey is the controversial Hoylake Golf Resort. Next month (25th February 2019 starting at 6.00 pm in the Council Chamber at Wallasey Town Hall) sees a special meeting of all Wirral councillors where Conservative councillors will call on Wirral Council to withdraw from this controversial scheme (as was revealed on Wirral Leaks).

Following an information request by myself, action by the regulator ICO dem