Posted by: John Brace | 17 November 2017

Wirral Council’s Cabinet recommended to grant 150 year lease for fire station at Saughall Massie

Wirral Council’s Cabinet recommended to grant 150 year lease for fire station at Saughall Massie

                                             

Councillor George Davies (Cabinet Member for Housing and Community Safety) and Chair of the Birkenhead Constituency Committee 28th July 2016

Councillor George Davies (Cabinet Member for Housing and Community Safety) 28th July 2016

Wirral Council’s Cabinet will meet in public in Committee Room 1, Wallasey Town Hall, Brighton Street, Seacombe, CH44 8ED on Monday 27th November 2017 (starting at 10.00 am) to decide on a recommendation to grant a 150 year lease to Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority for a fire station at Saughall Massie.

A report to Cabinet published today on Wirral Council’s website recommends that Wirral Council receive £42,000, don’t charge Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority rent and for each side to pay their own legal costs.

This follows a decision earlier this year by Wirral Council’s Planning Committee to grant planning permission for a new fire station at this greenbelt location.

Cllr George Davies is quoted in the Cabinet report as stating,

“After extensive public consultation and debate, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority gained planning permission to create a new fire station in Saughall Massie. This station is vital to ensure the residents in that area are provided the highest possible level of support and protection from the fire service.”
 

If you wish to express your views to him ahead of the meeting, he can be emailed at georgedavies@wirral.gov.uk.

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  1. Well i did say they would get it!

    • Well the Cabinet meeting hasn’t happened yet!


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