WITH NOT ONE BRICK LAID above ground level, armchair auditor Peter Malpas, our council candidate for Chorley's Pennine Ward, estimates from Council tables that the Market Walk extension project has already cost more than £3,000,000.
All four of Chorley's Labour county councillors last week voted against a County Council motion calling on the council "to work with OFSTED to raise standards and to support all Lancashire's schools to achieve the highest possible outcomes for our children".
Local campaigner and armchair auditor Peter Malpas has been watching how shoppers have been shunning the top floor of the Labour Council's £1.6 million decked car park which was added to the existing surface car park on Friday Street last year. The car park, on the east side of the railway, open
Chorley's Labour Council have spent over £1.6 million creating a decked car park on their Friday Street site. With a walk over 260 metres from Boots, will you be using it when you shop in Chorley by car?
From a freedom of information request submitted by campaigner and armchair auditor Peter Malpas, Chorley Council has revealed that the valuation of Chorley's Market Walk Shopping Centre has fallen by £2.38 million. It was first acquired by Chorley's Labour council in December 2013 for £23.341 mil