Mae hwn yn fersiwn HTML o atodiad i'r cais Rhyddid Gwybodaeth 'Land adjacent to Highfield House'.

David Windham 
Network Rail  
By Email:  
Freedom of Information 
The Quadrant  
Elder Gate  
Milton Keynes  
MK9 1EN 
01908 782405 
E xxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.xx.xx 
27 December 2019 
Dear Mr Windham 
Information request  
Reference number: FOI2019/01403 
Thank you for your email of 27th November 2019, in which you requested the following 
This is essentially a repeat of part of FOI2019/00559 which I requested in June 2019 and 
to which you confirmed you had received no such communication(s). In light of the 
passage of time since then, and given that I have good reason to believe some discussions 
about this proposed footpath have now taken place since, I am repeating this part of my 
EIR request.  
Therefore please send me all communications, documents, minutes and any response(s) 

between yourselves and the Proposers (Alan Firmin Ltd), or their agent (DHA Planning Ltd 
or "DHA Transport"), in regards to potentially constructing a new footpath adjacent to 
Highfield House, Maidstone Road, Marden, Kent, which abuts the mainline railway and 
railway bridge on Maidstone Road, owned by Network Rail, as confirmed in 
Please send any such correspondence on this from 1st June 2019 to the present date. 
I have processed your request under the Environmental Information Regulations 
2004 (EIR) as the information requested is environmental according to the definition 
in regulation 2(c) of the EIR.1  
1 Please note section 39 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) exempts environmental 
information from the FOIA, but requires us to consider it under the EIR). In this case since your 
request refers to a measure affecting the environment, it is captured by the definition at regulation 2(c) 
of the EIR. 
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We have searched our records and I can confirm that we do not hold the information that 
would address your request2 
To explain further, there have been no discussions between Network Rail and DHA or Alan 
Firmin Ltd regarding the construction of a new footpath adjacent to Highfield House.  
I have also spoken to our Asset Protection Team and Route Asset Manager and have been 
advised that they are not aware of any plans with regards to widening or improving the 
Railway Bridge on Maidstone Road.  
I am sorry that we cannot assist further with your enquiry, but I hope that the suggestion 
provided to you is helpful. If you have any enquiries about this response, please contact 
me in the first instance at xxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.xx.xx or on 01908 782405. Details of your 
appeal rights are below.  
Please remember to quote the reference number at the top of this letter in all future 
Yours sincerely 
Emma Baker 
Information Officer 
Appeal Rights 
If you are unhappy with the way your request has been handled and wish to make a 
complaint or request a review of our decision, please write to the Head of Freedom of 
Information at Network Rail, Freedom of Information, The Quadrant,  
Elder Gate, Milton Keynes, MK9 1EN, or by email at xxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.xx.xx. Your request 
must be submitted within 40 working days of receipt of this letter.  
If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have the right to apply 
directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision.  The Information Commissioner 
can be contacted at: 
Information Commissioner's Office 
Wycliffe House 
Water Lane 
2 Strictly speaking, regulation 12(4)(a) of the EIRs requires that we carry out a public interest test to determine whether the requested 
information should be disclosed. However, as is recognised by the Information Commissioner’s Office, it is obviously not possible to 
conduct a public interest test on disclosure when the information that has been requested is not held. 

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