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Mark Llewellyn Franks

Dear Oxford City Council,

1) How much does the council spend each year on average on replaying to freedom of information requests including staffing and administrative costs?

2)How many hours are spent on average each week dealing with freedom of information requests?

3) Can the council give a break down of what percentage of freedom of information requests are sucessfull, partially sucessfull, and are rejected?

4) What is the most common reason for requests to being rejected?

5)How many requests does the council get on average each week, month, and year?

6) How much has council spent on legal fees due to freedom of information?

7)How many people or organisations have made 5 or more freedom freedom of information requests in any of the last 3 tax years?

8) What is the average cost of processing each request?

9) How does the council store freedom of information and for how long?

10) What is the most the council has spent responding to a single freedom of information request?

11) What is the average time to receive response to freedom of information request?

12) Does the council have a freedom of information budget and how much is it each year?

13) What most popular and least popular subject for freedom of information requests?

14)Has anyone made a freedom of information request on the subject of 'freedom of information requests' before?

Yours faithfully,

Mark Llewellyn Franks

freedomofinformation, Oxford City Council

Dear Mark Llewellyn Franks,
 
Oxford City Council – Reference:9529
 
Thank you for your email below.  Your request was received on 2nd October
2020 and you will be sent a response within 20 working days (of receipt)
in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000/ Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (EIR), subject to the information not being
exempt or containing reference to a third party.
 
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) recognises the unprecedented
challenges all are facing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
 
In particular they understand that resources, whether they are finances or
people, may be diverted away from usual compliance or information rights
work. Whilst the ICO can’t extend statutory timescales, they will not be
penalising public authorities for prioritising other areas or adapting
their usual approach during this extraordinary period.
 
Therefore while the Council will make every effort to comply with the
Statutory Requirements you may experience understandable delays when
making information rights requests during the pandemic.
 
Yours sincerely
 
Kathryn Winfield
Freedom of Information Officer 
 
Kathryn Winfield | Freedom of Information Officer | Oxford City Council |
Law and Governance |
St. Aldate's Chambers | Oxford | OX1 1DS | Email: [email address]
| T: 01865 252007
My working days are Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
 
Stop the virus from spreading. Keep Oxford safe.
Follow the guidance: Clean hands. Wear a face mask. Keep your distance.
Get tested if you have symptoms.
 
 
 
 

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

freedomofinformation, Oxford City Council

Dear Mark Llewellyn Franks,
 
Oxford City Council – Reference:9529
 
Further to the acknowledgement below, I can respond to your Freedom of
Information Act 2000 request received on 2nd October 2020 as follows:
 
1) How much does the council spend each year on average on replaying to
freedom of information requests including staffing and administrative
costs?
The Council does not record the information separately.  It employs one
person on a part time basis (24 hours per week) to administer the process
corporately. Departmental and management costs in respect of dealing with
requests are not identified.
 
2) How many hours are spent on average each week dealing with freedom of
information requests?
24 hours to log and administer requests. Time from each department to
collate answers is not recorded separately.
 
3) Can the council give a breakdown of what percentage of freedom of
information requests are sucessfull, partially sucessfull, and are
rejected?
2019 figures
Successful – 516
Partially successful – 120  
No data held – 154
Rejected – 134
 
4) What is the most common reason for requests to being rejected?
Information not held because matter relates to Oxfordshire County Council
services
 
5) How many requests does the council get on average each week, month, and
year?
Monthly average 70-80 requests
 
6) How much has council spent on legal fees due to freedom of information?
Not recorded
 
7) How many people or organisations have made  5 or more freedom  freedom
of information requests in any of  the last 3 tax years?
Not recorded
 
8) What is the average cost of processing each request?
Not recorded
 
 
9) How does the council store freedom of information and for how long?
At present indefinite but once the new retention policy has been approved
it will be two years plus current year
 
10) What is the most the council has spent responding to a single freedom
of information request?
Not recorded
 
11) What is the average time to receive response to freedom of information
request?
Not possible to quantify.  It varies greatly depending on what information
is requested.
 
12) Does the council have a freedom of information budget and how much is
it each year?
As Q1 above.
 
13) What most popular and least popular subject for freedom of information
requests?
Not recorded
 
14) Has anyone made a freedom of information request on the subject of
'freedom of information requests' before?
Yes
 
If you disagree with any part of the response to your request, you are
entitled to ask the Council for an internal review of the decision(s)
made.  You may do this by writing to the Monitoring Officer, by either
email – [1][email address] – or by post to Monitoring Officer,
Oxford City Council, St Aldate’s Chambers, St Aldate’s, Oxford, OX1 1DS. 
After the result of the internal review, if you remain dissatisfied, you
may ask the Information Commissioner to intervene on your behalf.  You may
do this by writing to the Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe
Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF.
 
Yours sincerely
 
Kathryn Winfield
Freedom of Information Officer 
 
Kathryn Winfield | Freedom of Information Officer | Oxford City Council |
Law and Governance |
St. Aldate's Chambers | Oxford | OX1 1DS | Email:
[2][email address] | T: 01865 252007
My working days are Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
 
Stop the virus from spreading. Keep Oxford safe.
Follow the guidance: Clean hands. Wear a face mask. Keep your distance.
Get tested if you have symptoms.
 
 
 
 
_____________________________________________

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Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywMark Llewellyn Franks mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.