Church Cowley and Temple Cowley LTN

Mae'r cais yn aros am eglurhad. Os Richard Parnham ydych chi, os gwelwch yn dda, mewngofnodi i anfon neges ddilynol.

Dear Oxfordshire County Council,

It is a matter of public record that Oxfordshire Liveable Streets produced plans create a low traffic neighbourhood in Florence Park, and were also involved in plans (later adopted) to create another LTN around Divinity Road.

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/7... (Florence Park)
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/h... (Divinity Road)
https://mycouncil.oxford.gov.uk/mgAi.asp... (LTNs in Oxford generally)

In light of the above, I also want to discover what role Oxfordshire Liveable Streets played in the development of additional LTNs in Church Cowley and Temple Cowley, later adopted by Oxfordshire County Council. Please therefore provide me with all correspondence between Oxfordshire Liveable Streets (specifically Danny Yee and / or Scott Urban, but also anyone else from this organisation) and OCC councillors and staff, specifically in relation the creation of LTNs in Church Cowley and Temple Cowley (and, in particular, the design of the scheme - i.e. location of the planned LTN traffic barriers).

To keep the scope of my enquiry manageable, I am particularly interested in correspondence relating to the design of the planned LTNs in Church Cowley and Temple Cowley between OLS and Yvonne Constance, Patrick Lingwood, Susan Halliwell , Naomi Barnes, and Craig Rossington from OCC, between April 2020 and November 2020.

This enquiry is made in advance of planned litigation against OCC by Oxford residents regarding the legality of the decision to make the Cowley LTNS permanent. I would therefore suggest that you err on the side of fullest possible disclosure of borderline materials, and also cooperate generally with this request.

Please contact me if you require further limitations of the scope of this enquiry in order to keep it in budget. I will consider reducing its scope further if required.

Yours faithfully,

Richard Parnham

FOI Team, Oxfordshire County Council

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Our reference: 20260 EIR

                                                          

Dear Mr Parnham,

Thank you for your correspondence received on 18 August 2022 in which you
asked for the following information:

 

It is a matter of public record that Oxfordshire Liveable Streets produced
plans create a low traffic neighbourhood in Florence Park, and were also
involved in plans (later adopted) to create another LTN around Divinity
Road.

 

[1]https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/7...
(Florence Park)

[2]https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/h...
(Divinity Road)

[3]https://mycouncil.oxford.gov.uk/mgAi.asp... (LTNs in Oxford
generally)

 

In light of the above, I also want to discover what role Oxfordshire
Liveable Streets played in the development of additional LTNs in Church
Cowley and Temple Cowley, later adopted by Oxfordshire County Council.
Please therefore provide me with all correspondence between Oxfordshire
Liveable Streets (specifically Danny Yee and / or Scott Urban, but also
anyone else from this organisation) and OCC councillors and staff,
specifically in relation the creation of LTNs in Church Cowley and Temple
Cowley (and, in particular, the design of the scheme - i.e. location of
the planned LTN traffic barriers).

 

To keep the scope of my enquiry manageable, I am particularly interested
in correspondence relating to the design of the planned LTNs in Church
Cowley and Temple Cowley between OLS and Yvonne Constance, Patrick
Lingwood, Susan Halliwell , Naomi Barnes, and Craig Rossington from OCC,
between April 2020 and November 2020.

 

This enquiry is made in advance of planned litigation against OCC by
Oxford residents regarding the legality of the decision to make the Cowley
LTNS permanent. I would therefore suggest that you err on the side of
fullest possible disclosure of borderline materials, and also cooperate
generally with this request.

 

Please contact me if you require further limitations of the scope of this
enquiry in order to keep it in budget. I will consider reducing its scope
further if required.

 

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Kind regards

 

Renata Malinowski

Freedom of Information Support Officer

 

Voice of the Customer Team

Customers and Organisational Development

 

Oxfordshire County Council

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Dear Oxfordshire County Council,

Where is the response to my query?

Yours faithfully,

Richard Parnham

FOI Team, Oxfordshire County Council

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Dear Mr Parnham,

Thank you for your email.

Having checked our records, we responded to 20260 EIR under reference number 20176 EIR, copy attached for your information. We should have been made clear on the original response to 20176 EIR that this also covered 20260 EIR and my sincere apologies for the omission.

Kind regards
Renata

Renata Malinowski
Freedom of Information Support Officer

Voice of the Customer Team
Customers and Organisational Development

Oxfordshire County Council
Email: [email address]
www.oxfordshire.gov.uk

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