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Ok. Really appreciated the article that actually mentions the Waterloo Dock and yes residents are continuing to resist whilst waiting for Liverpool City Councils planning department to come at us again now UNESCO’ s decision gives them free rein. The planning department described our community and the historic Dock as ‘a development site’ ( it’s a water space and our only open space). Save Waterloo Dock have been campaigning now since December 2018 to stop the Dock infill. What was interesting too was your comment about legal threats from
Property developers. Residents, ordinary people who love our City and concerned about their home town and community too! Lambasted, with a nauseating bullying legal threat - I understand about seven pages long - effectively shut up or else … specifically saying they will come after individuals. We won’t be throwing the towel jus yet though. Problem as I see it, is all of us resisting are doing it in our own bubbles and we’d be so much stronger together.
So pleased to hear you're back! Was thinking about you a few days when talking about Hidden Liverpool. Looking forward to the read. Jo
Apparently something has been going on recently... some kind of ... oh, yes, twelve years of the #SupposiTories. They have done all sorts of damage including causing me to lose track of your return. Well, that won't happen again. Keep up the good work.
Life is suddenly so much better. Seven Streets is back and continuing the excellent work! Welcome and thank you!
Welcome Back. We've missed you
A bit of good news! Glad you're bouncing back, really enjoyed reading the blog online and enjoyed briefly working with David on some advertising. I will be looking forward to the new articles.
I have always kept you in my favourites list if only to dip into the archive glad your back.
Great to see you're back. Really enjoyed reading your stuff as an exile up the East Lancs Road. Hope you can do in Liverpool what The Mill is doing in Manchester!
Good to have you back
Welcome back! You've been missed.