27 year delay in processing of Definitive Map Modification Order Application: Hangingstones Lane Ripponden

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn yn hwyr iawn. Yn ôl y gyfraith, ym mhob amgylchiad, dylai Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council fod wedi ymateb erbyn hyn. (manylion). Gallwch gwyno drwy yn gofyn am adolygiad mewnol.

Dear Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Please provide your policy and practice data to explain why my Definitive Map Modification Order Application dated 30th August 1994 to vary the recorded width of Hangingstones Lane Ripponden path 51 from the erroneous four feet to record the true width of a minimum of 10 feet between the walls, has remained of the lowest priority – or no priority at all – whilst the Council has, since the Tour De France passed through the district, spent £50k on a feasibility study into the creation of the Ryburn Valley Greenway which identifies this ancient highway as a potential cycling corridor?
And provide your policy and practice data to explain why my application has not taken its natural place in the chronological order of similar applications in the interests of fair and equal treatment of modifications you are required by the public to make according to law – as soon as reasonably practicable – Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981, s. 53(3).
And in the light of the Secretary of State’s recent decision against you that a similar 29 years’ delay in the case of the DMMO application for Acre Lane is “unconscionable” [indefensible and dishonourable] what is your policy now for providing funds and obeying the law to resolve this gross inequality based entirely on mode of travel and gender in sport and leisure facilities ie opening up ancient safe horse riding routes for women and girls (Hangingstones Lane) versus creating new safe cycling routes mostly for men and boys (Ryburn Valley Greenway)

Yours faithfully,

Susan Taylor

Information Management, Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

 
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Helen Ambler, Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Ms Taylor,

 

Please find attached our acknowledgement in relation to your recent
Freedom of Information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Helen Ambler

Information Governance Officer

The Borough Council of Calderdale

Legal & Democratic Services

Town Hall

Crossley Street

HALIFAX

HX1 1UJ

 

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Helen Ambler, Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Ms Taylor,

 

Please find attached our response in relation to your recent Freedom of
Information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Helen Ambler

Information Governance Officer

The Borough Council of Calderdale

Legal & Democratic Services

Town Hall

Crossley Street

HALIFAX

HX1 1UJ

 

Please note I am currently working from home and I’m not contactable by
phone.

Email: [1][email address]

 

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