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Liverpool (Property Development And Conservation)

Volume 21: debated on Tuesday 6 April 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment (1) how much partnership money has been spent on the rehabilitation of premises in Ranelagh Street, and Church Street, Liverpool, and their environs; for what purposes; and when it was spent;(2) if, in view of his special responsibilities for Merseyside, he will facilitate proposals to develop a conservation area for Clayton Square, Elliott Street, Church Street, Charlotte Street, Cases Street, Ranelagh Street, and Parker Street, Liverpool; and if he will make a statement;(3) what stage has been reached in his consideration of the compulsory purchase orders on properties in Ranelagh Street, Cases Street, Church Street, Parker Street, Clayton Square, Elliot Street and Charlotte Street initiated by the Liverpool city council following an agreement made by the city council and Wimpey Property Holding Developers; and if he will make a statement.