Dear Nottinghamshire County Council,
Under the Freedom of Information Act, I would kindly request all feasibility and cost benefit analysis documentation relating to the planned new council offices at Top Wighay Farm along with any other options considered.
Secondly I believe a review of the plans for the new offices were put on hold pending the Covid pandemic and the Council's new hybrid working strategy. I would like a copy of this review please.
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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 – REQUEST FOR INFORMATION REFERENCE
Thank you for your request for information relating to Planner new council
offices at Top Wighay Farm.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, I would kindly request all
feasibility and cost benefit analysis documentation relating to the
planned new council offices at Top Wighay Farm along with any other
Secondly I believe a review of the plans for the new offices were put on
hold pending the Covid pandemic and the Council's new hybrid working
strategy. I would like a copy of this review please.
We are now able to provide the following information:
The information requested is in the public domain available on our public
website by using the following link to access the committee meeting diary
Democratic Management System > Meetings (nottinghamshire.gov.uk)
The February 2020 and December 2020 Policy committee papers provide the
feasibility and cost benefit information, including comprehensive location
I have downloaded and attached these.
The recent Economic Development and Asset Management (EDAM) committee
paper explains on the reasoning for the hiatus and summarises the outcome
of the review – to proceed with the four schemes detailed therein, which
there is already an established rationale for (as per previous papers
I have downloaded and attached this
The review is ongoing and any significant findings as a result of our move
to a hybrid working model will be incorporated into the programme in due
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