AlnwickDistrict Council Common Purpose expenditure and invoices

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Dear Sir or Madam

Please detail total expenditure by Alnwick District Council on Common Purpose courses for each of the following years: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 to date.

Please also supply a copy of the invoice for each Common Purpose course paid for by Alnwick District Council.

By "Common Purpose", I mean the training organisation of that name:

Yours faithfully,

Mrs Caroline Carter

Dear Sir or Madam,

By law I was entitled to a reply for my FOI by 24th July.

Can you please supply the information requested or a reason for not complying with the law governing the FOI act?

Yours sincerely,

C Carter

Neil Masson,

Dear Ms Carter

Thank you for your request. Unfortunately you request and further
Email did not reach me. I believe this is an IT isue and our IT
people are trying to resolve this with the website. In any event, I
will try to get a response to your request as soon as possible. I
will be the officer handling your request and may be contacted by
telephone on 01665 511215 should you have any questions or concerns
about your request.

A final decision on your request would normally be sent to you
within 4 weeks. A week is defined in the Act to mean 5 consecutive
weekdays, excluding Saturdays and public holidays (Sundays are also
excluded, as they are not weekdays).

There are some limited situations under the FOI Act which could
mean that the period for a final decision may be longer than the
normal four weeks. If this occurs in the case of your request, I
will promptly advise you by E-mail.

Should our final decision not reach you on time, please feel free
to call me to discuss any problems that may have arisen. If you
have not heard from us once the allotted time has expired, you are
automatically entitled to make a complaint to the Council. This
will be dealt with under the Council's Official Complaints
Procedure. The complaint will be dealt with by a more senior member
of staff of the Council.

In the event that you need to make such a complaint, you can do so
by writing to the Chief Executive, Alnwick District Council,
Allerburn House, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 1YY or alternatively
by sending an e-mail to [email address]. You should state
that you are complaining because an initial decision was not sent
to you within the time permitted.

Yours sincerely

Neil J Masson Assistant Solicitor

Sent request to Alnwick District Council again, using a new contact address.

Masson, Neil,

Dear Mrs Carter

I can confirm that Alnwick District Council have not incurred any
expenditure on the courses described in your request.


Neil Masson

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