Information Rights Unit
1 Horse Guards Road
Mr P Swift
020 7270 5000
6 October 2020
Dear Mr Swift
Freedom of Information Act 2000
Thank you for your enquiry of 9 September 2020, which we have considered under the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the FOI Act).
You asked for the following information:
Please provide, since 01/01/2014, all consultation, approaches and records relating
to losses and write-offs involving Highway England (formerly the Highways Agency)
following damage to Crown property (DCP) events.”
Following a search of our records, we can confirm that HM Treasury does not hold
information within the scope of your request.
Given the subject matter of your request, Highways England may hold the information you
are seeking, although we cannot be certain. If you have not already done so, you may wish
to write to them. Their contact details can be found on their website at:
If you have any queries about this letter, please contact us. Please quote the reference
number above in any future communications.
Information Rights Unit
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which is outlined above.
The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Information Commissioner’s
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