Planning Applications featuring Change of Use from A1

Matt White made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Bexley Borough Council

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I believe you are an authority with planning responsibilities (according to http://www.theplanningdirectory.co.uk/au...), apologies if this is not the case.

Can you please let me know the following relating to planning applications featuring a change of use from A1 (shop), under the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987.

In the last 5 years:

1) How many planning applications have you received featuring a change of use from A1?

2) Of those applications in 1, how many of these were retrospective?

3) How many planning applications have you received from Starbucks (or their representatives) featuring a change of use from A1?

4) Of those applications in 3, how many of these were retrospective?

Yours faithfully,

Matt White

Freedom of Information, Bexley Borough Council

Dear Matt White,

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST
Planning Applications featuring Change of Use from A1 - Bexley - our
reference 9/450

I acknowledge your request for information received on 29th July 2009.

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Yours sincerely,

John Grosvenor
Local Studies Librarian and Freedom of Information Officer
London Borough of Bexley
Local Studies and Archive Centre,
Townley Road,
Bexleyheath,
Kent. DA6 7HJ
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Grosvenor, John, Bexley Borough Council

1 Atodiad

Dear Matt White,

Please find the attached response from the London Borough of Bexley.

Yours sincerely,

John Grosvenor
Local Studies Librarian and Freedom of Information Officer
London Borough of Bexley
Local Studies and Archive Centre,
Townley Road,
Bexleyheath,
Kent. DA6 7HJ
Tel: 020 8303 7777 ext 3369
DDI 020 8836 7369
Fax: 020 8304 7058
[email address]

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Gadawodd Michael Traill anodiad ()

Those make the same FOI request to numerous authorities need to consider the managment of their FOI requests on this site.

This particular requestor has a significant number of FOI responses which need to be categorised by a willing volunteer!

Please be responsible with your FOI requests and the use of this site!

This is my personal opinion.

Regards

MT