Dear Broadland District Council,
I'd be grateful if you can provide me with the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
1. A list of vehicles owned or leased to the council. Please include; registration mark, fleet number (if used), make & model and body type.
2. Identify which vehicles are owned and which are leased.
3. Name, position and email address of the staff responsible for these vehicles.
4. The estimated amount of spend (£) on diesel/petrol per annum and the cost split between owned and leased vehicles.
I trust all is in order and thank you in advance for your help.
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