So what’s been happening at Wirral Council in the last week (22nd March 2020 to 29th March 2020)?

So what’s been happening at Wirral Council in the last week (22nd March 2020 to 29th March 2020)?

So what’s been happening at Wirral Council in the last week (22nd March 2020 to 29th March 2020)?

                                     

Councillor Pat Hackett (Leader of Wirral Council) and Paul Satoor (Chief Executive of Wirral Council) 23rd December 2019
Councillor Pat Hackett (Leader of Wirral Council) and Paul Satoor (Chief Executive of Wirral Council) 23rd December 2019

By John Brace (Editor)

The House of Commons and House of Lords are now no longer sitting (due to return on the 21st April 2020) so this is an update on roughly a week of activity at Wirral Council as it is important people know what’s been decided. Due to delayed publication of decisions unfortunately this will lead to delayed reporting.
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What happened at Wirral Council’s Cabinet meeting held on the 25th November 2019?

What happened at Wirral Council’s Cabinet meeting held on the 25th November 2019?

What happened at Wirral Council’s Cabinet meeting held on the 25th November 2019?

                                       

Cabinet (Wirral Council) 25th November 2019 (left Vicki Shaw, right Cllr Pat Hackett)
Cabinet (Wirral Council) 25th November 2019 (left Vicki Shaw, right Cllr Pat Hackett)

On Monday morning (25th November 2019) Wallasey Town Hall had a “Preparing for Retirement” course running in Committee Room 2 and in the One Stop Shop the public were explaining why they were struggling to pay their council tax.

Wirral Council’s Cabinet (which was on borrowed time and would itself cease to exist in around 6 months time) met for a somewhat brief 18 minutes in public (video of the meeting can be watched below).
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Wirral Council decide to sell New Brighton Marine Point freehold for £3,950,000

Wirral Council decide to sell New Brighton Marine Point freehold for £3,950,000

Wirral Council decide to sell New Brighton Marine Point freehold for £3,950,000

                                           

Marine Point (New Brighton) 12th November 2019
Marine Point (New Brighton) 12th November 2019

Wirral Council has decided to sell its freehold interest in Marine Point, New Brighton (pictured above) to Marine Point Property Limited for £3,950,000.
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Wirral Council overspent its budget by £4.327 million in first three months of this financial year!

Wirral Council overspent its budget by £4.327 million in first three months of this financial year!

Wirral Council overspent its budget by £4.327 million in first three months of this financial year!

                                                  

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Cabinet (Wirral Council) 2nd September 2019

Wirral Council Cabinet (2nd September 2019) Cllr Pat Hackett (right) presenting a finance report on quarter 1
Wirral Council Cabinet (2nd September 2019) Cllr Pat Hackett (right) presenting a finance report on quarter 1

In an extremely short seven minute long public meeting of Wirral Council’s Cabinet on Monday morning held at the slightly earlier time of 9.30 am, the Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources (Cllr Janette Williamson) was not present so Leader of the Council Cllr Pat Hackett gave a verbal summary of the written financial report in her absence.
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Wirral Council’s Cabinet decide not to lend developer ~£26 million towards Celtic Manor Resort in Hoylake

Wirral Council’s Cabinet decide not to lend developer ~£26 million towards Celtic Manor Resort in Hoylake

Wirral Council’s Cabinet decide not to lend developer ~£26 million towards Celtic Manor Resort in Hoylake

                                      

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Cabinet (Wirral Council) 8th July 2019 Celtic Manor Resort

Cllr Pat Hackett (right) speaking about Celtic Manor Resort at a public meeting of Wirral Council’s Cabinet 8th July 2019
Cllr Pat Hackett (right) speaking about Celtic Manor Resort at a public meeting of Wirral Council’s Cabinet 8th July 2019

Wirral Council’s Cabinet (as you can watch above) decided not to lend developer Nicklaus Joint Venture Group Limited an estimated £26 million of borrowed money to finance the Celtic Manor Resort scheme (previously called Hoylake Golf Resort).
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