Dear Redbridge Borough Council,
This request is being made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. I would like to request a list of roads and their classifications within your remit - including those that are generally not signposted - in addition to the standard M, A and B roads. These tend to go by the designations C, D or U, although the exact details vary by area and may differ from any or all of these. A map detailing these roads would be appreciated but is not necessary for you to fulfil your obligation.
Dear Mr Carter,
I acknowledge your request for information received on 13^th April 2015.
The London Borough of Redbridge is in the process of pro-actively
publishing the datasets of information that it holds on its website,
Redbridge i. Some of the information will be exempt under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 or Data Protection Act 1998, and this will be removed
or redacted. You may wish to look at the website to see if the
information you are requesting is already available – you can search the
datasets using a user friendly tool the London Borough of Redbridge has
developed called Datashare and, for your convenience, this is a link to
that tool: http://data.redbridge.gov.uk/ .
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Senior Business Support Officer
Corporate FOI Team
London Borough of Redbridge
Redbridge Town Hall, 128-142 High Road, Ilford, IG1 1DD
Tel: 020 8708 2161
Email: [Redbridge Borough Council request email]
Dear James Carter
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000- INFORMATION REQUEST
Your request for information has now been considered by Environmental
Services and the information requested is detailed below.
Please see attached Excel document ‘List of Roads’
Please contact me if you have any queries or concerns.
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[Redbridge Borough Council request email] or Town Hall, PO Box 2, High Road, Ilford, Essex,
IG1 1DD who will arrange an internal review of your case.
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