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Dear Bristol City Council,

Please can you confirm how many on the spot fixed penalty notices were issued (issued to the suspected offender by hand) at the time of the suspected offence by enforcement officer (RC - I will not renter full name but have it if requested) on the date of 8/11/2017 in the queens Road area of Clifton, Bristol.


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Dear Sarah Woolley 
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Request has been received on : 16/07/2018. 
Your unique reference number is "CRN00177828 ". Please keep this
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You sent us a Freedom of Information request on 16/07/2018

Your request number is CRN00177828

We’ve looked at your request and you should receive a reply on or before 13/08/2018 This will be 20 working days since your original request.

The request

Original Message-----
From: Sarah Woolley [mailto:[FOI #497283 email]]
Sent: 13 July 2018 15:17
To: Freedom of Information
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Kingdom Secuirty Information

Dear Bristol City Council,

Please can you confirm how many on the spot fixed penalty notices were issued (issued to the suspected offender by hand) at the time of the suspected offence by enforcement officer (RC - I will not renter full name but have it if requested) on the date of 8/11/2017 in the queens Road area of Clifton, Bristol.


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If you don’t hear from us by this time please contact us quoting your request number CRN00177828 at  [2][email address] 
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Sarah Woolley
[FOI #497283 email]


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Christopher Swinscoe, Bristol City Council

Dear Sarah Woolley,


First of all I would like to apologise for the delay in you receiving a
response to your Freedom of Information request.


The answer to your question is 7x FPNs were served on the Queens Road


Yours sincerely


Christopher Swinscoe

Neighbourhood Enforcement Team Leader

Neighbourhood Management


Bristol City Council

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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 ywSarah Woolley mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.