Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,
I would greatly appreciate the supply of information with regard to the following question.
Within the Local Plan Development Options Review, specifically, the proposed green belt sites, what are the areas of the proposed sites?
Site references as follows:
Mr T Wilkinson
Dear Mr T Wilkinson
Thank you for your recent enquiry below, this has been processed in
accordance with the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 as it meets
the definition of ‘environmental information’ as defined within
Wirral Council can confirm that the information you are seeking can be
found in the ‘Summary of Initial Green Belt Assessment’ which was subject
to public consultation as part of the Development Option Review. This
can be found on the Council’s website:
Summary of Initial Green Belt Assessment
This contains the area in hectares for each parcel and sub parcel
identified within your request.
Your request is therefore refused in accordance with Regulation 6(1)(b) of
Reg.6.(1) Where an applicant requests that the information be made
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Information Management Officer
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[Wirral Borough Council request email]
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