Phil Davies faced grilling by Merseyside Police and Crime Panel as preferred candidate for Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner post

Phil Davies faced grilling by Merseyside Police and Crime Panel as preferred candidate for Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner post

Phil Davies faced grilling by Merseyside Police and Crime Panel as preferred candidate for Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner post

                                     

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Phil Davies (Merseyside Police and Crime Panel) confirmation hearing 9th April 2020 Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner from a still of a video filmed by Knowsley Council
Phil Davies (Merseyside Police and Crime Panel) confirmation hearing 9th April 2020 Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner from a still of a video filmed by Knowsley Council

Just over a week ago, new regulations (as a result of the coronavirus pandemic) called the Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allowed local government public meetings in England and Wales to take place not in person in the same room but as remote or virtual meetings.
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What will councillors say tonight about enforcement of environmental laws now the contract with Kingdom has been cancelled?

What will councillors say tonight about enforcement of environmental laws now the contract with Kingdom has been cancelled?

What will councillors say tonight about enforcement of environmental laws now the contract with Kingdom has been cancelled?

                                       

Cllr Anita Leech (Cabinet Member for the Environment) Wirral Council
Cllr Anita Leech (Cabinet Member for the Environment) (Wirral Council)

Tonight will be another Extraordinary public meeting of Wirral Council councillors. This one was called by five Liberal Democrat councillors (Councillors Brame, Carubia, Gilchrist, Kelly and Mitchell) on the 21st February 2019. The councillors asked for an end to the Environmental Enforcement Contract between Wirral Council and Kingdom Services Group Limited.

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Environment Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Wirral Council) 13th March 2019 Overview of Trade Waste Enforcement
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How much will your council tax go up by from April 2019 (if you live on the Wirral)?

How much will your council tax go up by from April 2019 (if you live on the Wirral)?

How much will your council tax go up by from April 2019 (if you live on the Wirral)?

                                         

Cllr Phil Davies (right) 27th September 2018
Cllr Phil Davies (right) 27th September 2018

Wirral Council’s Cabinet meets next Monday morning to decide on Labour’s Budget for Wirral Council for 2019-20.

The budget will then be formally approved at a public meeting of all Wirral Council councillors on the evening of the 4th March 2019.
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How much did the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority agree to increase council tax in Wirral, Liverpool, St Helens, Knowsley, Sefton and Halton from the 1st April 2019?

How much did the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority agree to increase council tax in Wirral, Liverpool, St Helens, Knowsley, Sefton and Halton from the 1st April 2019?

How much did the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority agree to increase council tax in Wirral, Liverpool, St Helens, Knowsley, Sefton and Halton from the 1st April 2019?

                             

Mayor Steve Rotheram (Liverpool City Region Combined Authority) 1st February 2019
Mayor Steve Rotheram (Liverpool City Region Combined Authority) 1st February 2019

Last Friday afternoon, LCRCA (Liverpool City Region Combined Authority) Mayor Steve Rotheram (pictured above) proposed a budget for 2019-20 that included rises in council tax.
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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?

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.
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