GRADE II LISTED BRIDGE serving Kings Road, Llandybie and local economy.

Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum,

Pursuant to FOI I am interested in obtaining details of ALL consultations, inspections, reviews and relative contingency planning / resilience measures (if any) that are currently in force by the Dyfed Powys LRF Partnership Team, Strategic Co-ordination Centre in respect of this Grade II Listed Bridge that is sole key to linking not only residents but rural economy and tourism with Llandybie and its trunk and highway infrastructure?

Notwithstanding the latter, Dyfed Powys LRF Partnership Team as an Authority will be mindful that the sole emergency access to debris, heat and flash zones of the LNG infrastructure is via this Grade II Listed Bridge abused by blindness of unregulated heavy traffic.

This information merits mature attention from Dyfed Powys LRF Partnership Team as the last remaining parcel of land available as alternative emergency lifeline to affected at risk stakeholders, is currently absent of forethought as being marketed as enjoying outline permission.
What consultations were carried out between Carmarthenshire Planning Authority and the Dyfed Powys LRF Partnership Team in respect of "at risk"prior to the Local Planning granting this planning application?

Yours faithfully,

M Bowen

DPLRF, Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum

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DPLRF, Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum

SWYDDOGOL OFFICIAL
Good afternoon,

Thank you for the below email, I am a coordinator within the DPLRF, which is funded by the joint local authorities as part of a multi -agency co-ordination team. Our role here is to develop appropriate arrangements for effective and coordinated emergency planning to enhance the regions response , resilience and capability in the event of emergencies. We are not an authority.

Planning applications and consultations of any kind , you will have to refer to the individual organisations /authorities themselves, as we have no knowledge or discussions of that area of business.

Thank you

Huw

SWYDDOGOL OFFICIAL

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Dear Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum's handling of my FOI request 'GRADE II LISTED BRIDGE serving Kings Road, Llandybie and local economy.'.

Unfortunately Huw only answered my reasonable request in part leaving what is key to remit welfare and safety unanswered.

He partly addressed pertinence when he said:
Our role here is to develop appropriate arrangements for effective and coordinated emergency planning to enhance the regions response , resilience and capability in the event of emergencies. We are not an authority.

However seemed to have overlooked the gravity of request.
I call the reviewer to revisit the first part of my request under the content of the role of the Local Resilience Forum mindful of where Huw states that the LRF role "is to develop appropriate arrangements for effective and coordinated emergency planning ....."

Taking that into account, including the LRF's published mission statement, I assist the reviewer to find where I did reasonably ask:-

Pursuant to FOI I am interested in obtaining details of ALL consultations, inspections, reviews and relative contingency planning / resilience measures (if any) that are currently in force by the Dyfed Powys LRF Partnership Team, Strategic Co-ordination Centre in respect of this Grade II Listed Bridge that is sole key to linking not only residents but rural economy and tourism with Llandybie and its trunk and highway infrastructure?

Notwithstanding the latter, Dyfed Powys LRF Partnership Team as an Authority will be mindful that the sole emergency access to debris, heat and flash zones of the LNG infrastructure is via this Grade II Listed Bridge abused by blindness of unregulated heavy traffic.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/g...

Yours faithfully,

M Bowen

DPLRF, Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum

SWYDDOGOL OFFICIAL
Good morning,

In answer to your question and as I said in my previous email , there have been no DPLRF consultations, inspections, reviews and relative contingency planning / resilience measures in respect of the Grade II Listed Bridge you mention. I suggest you contact the local authority who may have details of specific locations of infrastructure which they assess individually.

Thank you

Regards

Huw

SWYDDOGOL OFFICIAL

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