Emergency Centres

Ian Millar made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Clackmannanshire Council

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Dear Clackmannanshire Council,

Can you please tell my the buildings in each town that would be used in an emergency situation.

Yours faithfully,

Ian Millar

Dear Clackmannanshire Council,

hi I still waiting the information I requested on Emergency centres

Yours faithfully,

Ian Millar

FOI, Clackmannanshire Council

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Apologies, the response went to the wrong email address, please see copy
below.

Kindest regards,

Dana Scjalokaite
Governance Support Assistant
Kilncraigs
Greenside Street
Alloa
FK10 1EB

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To:
Mr. Ian Millar Contact: David Johnstone
  Tel. No: 01259 450000
Ref: DEV0402499
Date: 05/02/2019

Dear Mr. Millar

Freedom of Information Enquiry: DEV0402499

Thank you for your information request dated 04/02/2019.

I am happy to supply you with the information you requested.

Clackmannanshire Council has, along with partners, identified premises
within each of our communities that could act as Rest Centres and places
of refuge during an emergency situation.
Some communities have more than one identified building.
Given the complex dynamics of emergencies and the variety of risks that
threaten this area, no specifics can be given as each requires dynamically
assessed depending on the nature of the event and the numbers of those
affected, which would lead to the correct premises being chosen to fulfil
the job.
 
Yours sincerely

David Johnstone

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[1]Inactive hide details for Ian Millar ---02/03/2019 10:23:21---Dear
Clackmannanshire Council, hi I still waiting the informationIan Millar
---02/03/2019 10:23:21---Dear Clackmannanshire Council, hi I still waiting
the information I requested on Emergency centres

From: Ian Millar <[FOI #549422 email]>
To: FOI requests at Clackmannanshire Council <[Clackmannanshire Council request email]>
Date: 02/03/2019 10:23
Subject: Re: Freedom of Information request - Emergency Centres

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Dear Clackmannanshire Council,
hi I still waiting the information I requested on Emergency centres
Yours faithfully,
Ian Millar

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Dear FOI,

Hi thanks for providing the information

Yours sincerely,

Ian Millar