How many Planning Enforcement Staff where available last week for work ?
Dear Antrim and Newtownabbey District Council,
How many Planning enforcement Staff worked last Week ?
Dear Mr Archbold,
Further to your email dated 2 October 2021.
Under section 14(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, public
authorities do not have to comply with vexatious requests. The
Information Commissioner’s Office states that Section 14(1) may be used in
a variety of circumstances where a request, or its impact on a public
authority, cannot be justified. Section 12(4)(b) of The Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 says that a public authority may refuse to
disclose information to the extent that the request for information is
I am therefore applying section 14(1) of the 2000 Act and section 12(4)(b)
of the 2004 Regulations to your request.
Your voluminous requests for information represents an unreasonable strain
on Council resources. The Council has dealt with all of your requests for
information in a reasonable and proper manner.
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Email: [email address]
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