South West Grid for Learning Trust

A regional broadband consortium, also called SWGfL

The South West Grid for Learning is a consortium of local authorities established to procure cost-effective broadband connectivity for schools in England. There are 10 Regional Broadband Consortia in England covering more than 130 local authorities. Whilst they are not strictly subject to the Freedom of Information Act they are publicly funded and they should respond to all reasonable requests for information. http://www.ja.net/communities/schools/networking/regional-broadband-consortia.html

5 requests
Dear Mr Killock   Thank you for your request of 27 June 2017 requesting an internal review of South West Grid for Learning Trust's handling of you...
Broadband studies and Wales
Request sent to South West Grid for Learning Trust by Jonathan Mantle on .
Long overdue.
PLease can you tell me the following: 1) What was the average broadband speed for the areas which you control in 2010 2) How much has been spent...
Information
Request sent to South West Grid for Learning Trust by Ryan Evans on .
Long overdue.
This request follows legal and mandatory legislation under the European Performance of Buildings Directive and specifically TM44 Air Conditioning As...
Copy of the RM contract
Response by South West Grid for Learning Trust to Julian Todd on .
Partially successful.
Dear Mr Todd Further to your recent request, please find attached a redacted copy of the contract as promised. I trust that this will meet with your...
ICT Implementation
Response by South West Grid for Learning Trust to Joe Hellard on .
Partially successful.
No problem. For information I believe Marcus Dorling is already in touch with a colleague, Paul Hancock, and a meeting is planned in the future. Thank...

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