Equality impact assessment of for the Council's pricing policy for charges Leisure services facilities and classes

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

1. Can you please provide a copy of the Equality Impact Assessment for the Council's pricing policy for charges Leisure services facilities and classes?

2. Can you please provide a copy of the Equality Impact Assessment of the decision to allocate Be Active hours at Harborne Pool and Leisure Centre when it re-opened Leisure in January 2012?

3. In regard to Question 2 can you confirm when this EIA was completed and by whom?

Yours faithfully,

Jolyon Jones

Birmingham City Council

Dear Jolyon Jones

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Birmingham City Council

3 Atodiad

Dear Jolyon Jones,

Please see attached a response to your request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000.

(See attached file: FOI 6909 Jones Attach 2 Sports Facility EINA.doc)(See
attached file: FOI 6909 Jones.doc)(See attached file: FOI 6909 Jones Attach
1 2010 EINA Strategic Sport 09.doc)

I do apologise for the delay in providing this response.

Val Llewellyn
Compliance Officer
Environment and Culture
303 4404

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