Licenses held under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976

Ami Wyllie made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Bristol City Council

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Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Bristol City Council,

I am requesting information under the Freedom Of Information Act.

How many people have applied for a Dangerous Wild Animal Licence in Bristol in the last 5 years?

How many of those applications were granted?

What areas of the city are home to dangerous, wild or exotic animals?

What species are being kept by residents of Bristol who hold a Dangerous Wild
Animals Licence?

Yours faithfully,

Ami Wyllie

Freedom of Information, Bristol City Council

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Dear Ami Wyllie 
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Request has been received on : 20/02/2018. 
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You sent us a Freedom of Information request on 20/02/2018

Your request number is CRN00156589

We’ve looked at your request and you should receive a reply on or before 20/03/2018 11:54 This
will be 20 working days since your original request.

The request

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Christopher Swinscoe, Bristol City Council

Dear Ami Wyllie,

 

Please see the below response in relation to your FoI request:

 

How many people have applied for a Dangerous Wild Animal Licence in
Bristol in the last 5 years? Two

 

How many of those applications were granted? Two, one existing licence

 

What areas of the city are home to dangerous, wild or exotic animals? 1x
licence in Southmead Ward

 

What species are being kept by residents of Bristol who hold a Dangerous
Wild Animals Licence? Current licencee has:

 

2 Kurdistan Rock Vipers (Montivipera raddei kurdistanica)
2 Raddes Vipers (Montivipera raddei raddei)
2 Turkish Vipers (Montivipera xanthina)
1 Wagners Viper (Montivipera wagneri)
2 Palestine Vipers (Daboia palaestinae)
1 Central Asian Saw Scaled Viper (Echis carinatus multisquamatus)
1 Central American Jumping Vipers (Atropoides mexicanus)
3 Bulgardaghica Vipers (Montivipera bulgardaghica)
2 White Banded Mountain Vipers (Montivipera albizona)

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Christopher Swinscoe

Neighbourhood Enforcement Team Leader

Neighbourhood Management

Bristol City Council

100 Temple Street

Redcliff

Bristol

BS1 6AG

 

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01179222100 (Hotkey 5, 2, 0)

 

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