Page values for "Re D (A Child): Liverpool City Council v AM (2018) EWCOP 31"
|_creationDate||2018-11-08 2:43:22 AM|
|_modificationDate||2019-02-14 12:04:25 AM|
|_categories||2018_cases • Cases • Judgment_available_on_Bailii • Other_capacity_cases|
|_pageNameOrRedirect||Re D (A Child): Liverpool City Council v AM (2018) EWCOP 31|
Placement for child
"However, an extensive search for a therapeutic placement was undertaken throughout the UK with repeated emails being sent to multiple providers. Unfortunately, due to there being a limited number of placements available and demand being high, no offers of placements were made that were remotely suitable to D's identified needs. The Placements Team contacted commissioners in other Local Authorities, requesting any intelligence concerning potentially suitable placements. I have been told that they obtained a Residential Framework Placement list to ensure that they were contacting every possible provider. The case has been heard by HHJ De Haas QC, the Designated Family Judge for Liverpool and Merseyside whose robust and determined case management is clear from the papers. Having failed, entirely, to achieve a placement, over so many months Judge De Haas, yesterday, in desperation and no doubt exasperation, ordered the case to be transferred to me. I have interposed it into my list to be heard, as it has been throughout, in open Court with, I note, the press in attendance."
|Detail||==Citation== I think this may have been the case previously on Bailii with neutral citation number  EWHC 2828 (Fam).|
|Subject||Other capacity cases|
|Parties||Liverpool City Council • AM • MR • D • Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust|
|Court||High Court (Family Division)|
|NCN|| EWCOP 31|