What Costs WLBC £33,411.96 At The Mercure Atlantic Tower Hotel Liverpool?

The Tory Party thinks Labour is set to bankrupt the Borough Council.  Perhaps they are, by spending council tax in Liverpool?

With reference to the WLBC Over £500 Spending Report July/August 2020 Other Service Items, a list of Subsistence and Expenses shows WLBC paid

“02/07/2020 Mercure Atlantic Tower Hotel Liverpool – Subsistence £4,033.96 Expenses, £5,527.55 Expenses, £535.62 Expenses, 06/07/2020  – Subsistence £4,196.26 Expenses £4,786.45 Expenses. 16/07/2020 –Subsistence £2,098.06, £3,122.45. 28/07/2020 Subsistence £1,389.22, £600.00, £2,033.15. Expenses 29/07/2020 Subsistence £700.00, £1,741.00, £1,130.79 Expenses. 05/08/2020 Subsistence £1,517.45 Expenses = £33,411.96”.

Expenses and Subsistence? Who, and why?

3 thoughts on “What Costs WLBC £33,411.96 At The Mercure Atlantic Tower Hotel Liverpool?

  1. Adrian Owens

    I asked the question myself a few weeks ago. It relates to housing the homeless during the pandemic. A Government grant was provided as this was a new requirement on local councils.

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      1. Adrian Owens

        I agree it would have been preferable. I don’t know the full details but at the time at least some of the hotels in West Lancashire were closed I think.

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