Dear Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council,

On behalf of DB3 Architecture we would like to congratulate you on having been selected to put forward your proposals & bid to Government as part of the £3.6bn investment into the Towns Fund.

Under the Freedom of Information Act, we would be grateful if you could provide us with some details regarding this so as to ascertain if we can be of help:-

1. The name of the person/people who has/have been nominated to develop this Towns
business plan.
2. An outline of your intentions regarding utilisation of awarded grant money.
3. If there is an opportunity for you to involve the skills & experience of an architectural
company to support you in this process?

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss this further with you & look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Tom Darnton

Freedom of Information, Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council

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Newcastle - Under Lyme Borough Council
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