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Wayne Colquhoun

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  • Comment on: Mayoral contender moots Liverpool Waters enquiry

    Wayne Colquhoun's comment 5 March, 2012 3:44 pm

    Another Mayoral candidate Joe Anderson the current council leader has said World Heritage status is just a badge on the wall. You do have to admire his consistency for being one of Peels Poodles.


  • Comment on: Peel not afraid to 'walk away' from Liverpool Waters

    Wayne Colquhoun's comment 28 February, 2012 11:10 am

    Call my Bluff is a game this arogant developer Peel Holdings and its oily rags are used to playing.
    Only this time they are playing it with a Unesco World Heritage Site and the city council...Peels poodles are allowing them to do what they want only to lose us the coveted title.
    Why not look to Amsterdam for inspiration and how they are able to build humane sustainable architecture around its historic waterways?
    Why would you want to turn a WHS into Milton Keyne-on-Sea it makes no sense.
    The fact of the matter is the developers do not have the class to deliver and will flip the schem if planning permission is granted.


    Trafford Park-On-Mersey is just not good enough for my city.

  • Comment on: Paul Finch: We should tell UNESCO where to stick it

    Wayne Colquhoun's comment 10 February, 2012 11:36 am

    Mr Finch is in fact once again incorrect in his analysis of Liverpool. This is indeed a result of doing no research into the subject and....well just spouting off really.
    It is he, who appears to be doing the bullying of Unesco here not the other way around.
    If he had read this fine publication the AJ he would have noted that several excellent articles had been done by Richard Waite on the subject of Unesco and Liverpool.
    It is not the Wirral development (Wirral Waters) that is proving a threat to Liverpools skyline it is Liverpool Waters by, the sinister (Quote "Piloti" of Private Eye, Peel Holdings.
    In that end he has not been able to make a fair judgement and although he may be nearer to London it would be most helpful if Mr Finch, if talking about the threat to Liverpools skyline in future got his facts correct.
    The fact of the matter is, English Heritage are against Liverpool Waters as is CABE, (was he not connected with them at one time) and Unesco have critisiced the development stating it would destroy the OUV of the WHS.
    It is we the public who need Unesco in Liverpool to help protect us from this poor quality throwback to the 60's style development.
    We in Liverpool have attempted to destroy the WHS and I can inform Mr Finch that we need Unesco's help, and the Citys record of 46 listed buildings destroyed in the last 6 years speaks more truth than Mr Finch could ever do on this subject.

  • Comment on: Unesco: Chapman Taylor's Liverpool Waters would cause 'irreversible damage'

    Wayne Colquhoun's comment 26 January, 2012 11:13 am









  • Comment on: Finch hits back at TAG bias claim

    Wayne Colquhoun's comment 5 August, 2011 12:35 pm

    My opinion is that Paul Finch is a foul mouthed man, with far too much power and a lack of respect.
    I attended an AJ conference in Liverpool where I raised legitimate questions about the risks to Liverpools World Heritage Site to the panel he provided.
    The Architectural Review had done a Liverpool special edition and he lined up Broadway Malyan and all the usual suspects in a fait accompli.
    CABE had supported several schemes such as the Three Black Coffins on Mann Island, which in my opinion have no place in Liverpools WHS.
    These views had been echoed in publications he edited.

    "Stuff Unesco he said what has it got to do with them, send them packing"
    With this level of foul mouthed debate it is little wonder he is in trouble with traditionalists.........and Liverpool with Unesco.

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