Concessionary travel passes

Robert Eriksohn made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Scarborough Borough Council

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I would like to make a request as regards to the concessionary travel arrangements in your authority under the terms of Freedom of Information Act.

1. Does your authority provide concessionary travel passes to those individuals registered with their local Social Services department as disabled on the grounds of being a mental health user or survivor?

2. If your authority does have such arrangements why was the decision taken to extend the scheme in this way and what arrangements are in place?

3. If your authority does not have such arrangements does your authority have some other arrangement beyond the statuary minimum to provide passes to those with mental health issues?

4. If your authority does not have such arrangements why was the decision taken not to extend the scheme in this way and has consideration been given to extending the scheme in this way in the future?

5. Would it be possible to provide copies of any relevant policy documents you may have?

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Yours faithfully,

Robert Eriksohn

Elaine Rhodes, Scarborough Borough Council

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Dear Mr Eriksohn

I have attached our response to your Freedom of Information request.
If you have any problems with the attachment please contact me.

Elaine Rhodes
Local Taxation And Recovery Manager
Finance and Asset Management
Scarborough Borough Council
t: 01723 232377
f: 01723 500636
e: [email address]
w. www.scarborough.gov.uk

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30/01/2009 15:29:45 >>>
Dear Sir or Madam,

I would like to make a request as regards to the concessionary
travel arrangements in your authority under the terms of Freedom
of
Information Act.

1. Does your authority provide concessionary travel passes to
those
individuals registered with their local Social Services
department
as disabled on the grounds of being a mental health user or
survivor?

2. If your authority does have such arrangements why was the
decision taken to extend the scheme in this way and what
arrangements are in place?

3. If your authority does not have such arrangements does your
authority have some other arrangement beyond the statuary minimum
to provide passes to those with mental health issues?

4. If your authority does not have such arrangements why was the
decision taken not to extend the scheme in this way and has
consideration been given to extending the scheme in this way in
the
future?

5. Would it be possible to provide copies of any relevant policy
documents you may have?

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Yours faithfully,

Robert Eriksohn

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