My Local source tells me he cannot think there is any public transport that is direct, A people facing incredibly difficult journey , their KH is well past its use by date. G people now have an early quick build that is tight for space of cars. H already has 2 units using it, quite recent with ample parking, good facilities. Probably the two moving units to combine to farm a new unit using H, making 3 units using it.
Neighbours at H must be delighted at extra traffic. Security round A and G not somewhere you would leave an empty carrier bag, never mind a car. A reasonable move needed but this is not it.
Elderly have no hope of coping with these journeys, horrendous traffic implications, routes to new location take you right into the worst roads on Merseyside for volume of traffic, heavy traffic to and from Widnes Bridges.
In cold terms of management reorganisation this might make sense, but Jehovah's people deserve special care and attention. Seriously, the death rate of the elderly ones moving will rise in Winter as this added strain put upon them. Management, maybe, Loving Care, hardly.
Extra costs for people not insignificant, extra cash for WT also not insignificant but winner is....you guess!