Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Liverpools Hanging Gardens of Babylon Found After Centuries of Neglect.

This is Victoria Street and the historic Fruit Exchange. http://www.old-liverpool.co.uk/CityWalk.html What is being done about this mess the property has been deteriating for decades.
The City Council are alright Compulsory Purchasing from poor defenceless householders in the Welsh Streets and Edge Lane (Elizebeth Pascoe excluded) http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.com/search/label/Elizebeth%20Pascoe but faced with doing anything to protect our prize buildings from getting to too far gone a state, the Conservation Office (sic) just rolls over like little squealing puppies while they have their bellies tickled. Here Lies the problem while the council are telling us constant Heritage Lies. http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.com/2009/11/liverpool-city-council-are-liars-and.html

This another porky.
 Significant progress has been made in dealing with buildings at risk throughout the city including within the property, including the Fruit Exchange, Stanley Dock, and Royal Insurance Building. The Townscape Heritage Initiative for Buildings at Risk is making steady progress on buildings in the Rope Walks area with grant-aided restoration schemes. A priority list of 44 properties has been drawn up and will be subject to consideration for urgent works notices and repair notices;
This is what the Coucil Liars reported to Unesco.
 http://www.culture.gov.uk/ukwhportal/documents/Final2009LiverpoolDecision.pdf  And the mugs believed them.
Just what are the English Heretics doing.
Chris Griffiths, the waste of time Buildings At Risk officer whose wages are paid by the English Heretics, has dry rot in the balcony of the Grade II listed building where he lives.


  1. Had to laugh when reading the council's report - quote - "Much successful work along the waterfront has already been based upon comprehensive masterplans..." Did they need a comprehensive plan to achieve carbuncle award status for the ferry terminal? The waterfront is well and truly wrecked with the black slugs rising on Mann Island the final part of their "masterplan". Well done council, well done UNESCO, well done English Heritage. It's all nicely written down so it must be true then.

  2. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon assisted by some of the Dangling Baboons of Millennium