Planning enformcement

F Cunn made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Hambleton District Council

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Dear Hambleton District Council,

Please can you provide me with all details of any enforcement cases against, The Garth, Warburn, Glenavon, Four Winds and 34 , Garbutts Lane, Hutton Rudby.

Including details of:
*The number of reports/claims made against the properties and the dates of these.
*The method and number of claims which were reported (ie, phone, email etc).
*The nature and specific details of these reports/claims.
*How the cases was allocated against the HDC's enforcement policy and tier attributed.
*How the cases were considered specifically against the enforcement COVID policy and the trigger for an onsite visit.
*The case notes.
*The conclusions of the cases and a copy of the closeout details.
*Any copies of any letters and correspondence sent to those that alleged the breach.
*A copy of any other correspondence, details or notes that relate to the properties which are available.

Yours faithfully,
S

Ann Rawlinson, Hambleton District Council

3 Atodiad

Dear Sir/Madam

 

We are currently gathering, reviewing and checking the information we hold
in respect of your below request.

However due to a large number of FOI’S we have received, in addition to an
increased workload across the planning service and working from home,
please may I request an extension of time until next Friday 5 February in
order to provide the council’s response to you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kindest regards

Ann

 

Ann Rawlinson​
Development Manager
Development Management
Hambleton District Council
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From: F Cunn <[8][FOI #714964 email]>

Sent: 31 December 2020 12:33

To: Customer Services Emails <[9][email address]>

Subject: Freedom of Information request - Planning enforcement

 

Dear Hambleton District Council,

 

Please can you provide me with all details of any enforcement cases
against, The Garth, Warburn, Glenavon, Four Winds and 34 , Garbutts Lane,
Hutton Rudby.

 

Including details of:

*The number of reports/claims made against the properties and the dates of
these.

*The method and number of claims which were reported (ie, phone, email
etc).

*The nature and specific details of these reports/claims.

*How the cases was allocated against the HDC's enforcement policy and tier
attributed.

*How the cases were considered specifically against the enforcement COVID
policy and the trigger for an onsite visit.

*The case notes.

*The conclusions of the cases and a copy of the closeout details.

*Any copies of any letters and correspondence sent to those that alleged
the breach.

*A copy of any other correspondence, details or notes that relate to the
properties which are available.

 

Yours faithfully,

S

 

 

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Dear Ann Rawlinson,

Further to your message to needing to extend the timeframe to the 5th Feb.
I did not object to the request however this request is no far in excess of the required timeframe.
I would appreciate a speedy response to my initial request.

Yours sincerely,

F Cunn

Ann Rawlinson, Hambleton District Council

I am out of the office on until Monday 1 March. If your enquiry is urgent
please email [email address]

If your email is regarding planning enforcement please email
[email address]

Subsquently I will respond on my return.

Kind regards Ann

Dear Hambleton District Council,

Please can you advise when I may receive my response as this has been outstanding for some time now

Yours faithfully,

F Cunn

Hambleton District Council

Dear F Cunn, 

 

Thank you for your email. I can confirm that your request, reference
202002135 is currently with the service area who are formulating the
response. 

 

We apologise for the delay in meeting the deadline, this is due to
increased pressures on council resources.

 

We endeavour to have your response with you soon. 

 

Kind regards,

 

Becky Dixon

Trainee Information Governance Officer

 

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Dear Hambleton District Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Hambleton District Council's handling of my FOI request 'Planning enformcement'.

My request is still outstanding and is significantly overdue.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/p...

Yours faithfully,

F Cunn

Hambleton District Council

Dear F Cunn, 

 

Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay with this request, the
service area have been informed of your complaint and are treating this as
a priority. 

 

Unfortunately, we can only open an internal review after a response has
been given. Therefore, if you remain dissatisfied with the way your
request has been handled you can ask for an internal review upon receiving
your response. 

 

We apologies for the inconvenience this has caused and hope to have your
response with you soon. 

 

Kind regards, 

 

Becky Dixon

Trainee Information Governance Officer

 

 

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Dear Hambleton District Council,

Please can you advise when I can expect a reply in the 10th march it was being collated.this request has been with you for nearly 2 months more than the expected response date.

Yours faithfully,

F Cunn

Ann Rawlinson, Hambleton District Council

10 Atodiad

Dear Applicant

Thank you for your request for information 202002135 [REF/Lq/19/XZ/D7/]
dated 31 December 2021 requesting information about all details of any
enforcement cases against, The Garth, Warburn, Glenavon, Four Winds and 34
, Garbutts Lane, Hutton Rudby. Please accept my apologies for the late
response.

Please be aware that as you are requesting environmental information the
Council has processed your request as an ‘Environmental Information
Regulations’ request as opposed to a Freedom of Information Request. This
is because environmental information is exempt from disclosure by virtue
of Section 39 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. 

Some of the requested information constitutes the personal data of third
parties and as such is exempt from disclosure and has been redacted from
the documents by virtue of Section 12(3), 13(1) and 13(2) of the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (amended by Schedule 19(307) of
the Data Protection Act 2018), where disclosure would breach one or more
data protection principles specified by Section 5(1) of the General Data
Protection Regulation (GDPR). In this case we consider that disclosure
would breach the first principle, namely that personal information must be
processed lawfully, fairly, and in a transparent manner in relation to the
Data Subject. In this case we consider that the disclosure would be unfair
and none of the conditions for processing, listed in Articles 6 and 9 of
the GDPR, would be met.

All exceptions prescribed by the Environmental Information Regulations are
‘qualified exceptions’ which means that their application are subject to
the Public Interest Test which I have conducted accordingly. It is
considered that disclosure of some correspondence would identify the
complainant (s).

Having considered the public interest, the Council’s decision is therefore
to withhold the information at this time. 

Please find attached the Council’s information governance appeals
procedure for your information. Please remember to quote the reference
number above in any future communications.

  I have sought to answer the information requested in your questions
below:

The number of reports/claims made against the properties and the dates of
these.

Two allegations made in respect of the property of Glenavon only on 25
June 2020 and 29 October 2020

*The method and number of claims which were reported (ie, phone, email
etc).

As above, both by email.

*The nature and specific details of these reports/claims.

Removal of neighbouring hedge and

Part removal of domestic hedge

*How the cases was allocated against the HDC's enforcement policy and tier
attributed.

The cases were prioritised in accordance with the Council’s Local
Enforcement Plan as attached as category 4 cases because planning
permission has been granted and the hedges are domestic hedges rather than
countryside field boundaries.

*How the cases were considered specifically against the enforcement COVID
policy and the trigger for an onsite visit.

The council do not have an adopted ‘enforcement COVID policy’ A decision
is made at a point in time as to whether it is appropriate to visit the
site having regard to the national tier of lockdown in place and whether
the alleged breach can be seen from the public domain without need to
enter into a property or private land having regard to the ability to
socially distance and the circumstance of individual property owners
and/or complainants.

*The case notes.

Please find attached inspection notes which are considered appropriate to
disclose

*The conclusions of the cases and a copy of the closeout details.

Please find attached closure reports which are considered appropriate to
disclose.

*Any copies of any letters and correspondence sent to those that alleged
the breach.

Please find attached correspondence sent to the complainant which are
considered appropriate to disclose.

*A copy of any other correspondence, details or notes that relate to the
properties which are available.

Please find attached further correspondence which relates to the
enforcement cases which are considered appropriate to close.

Kindest regards Ann Rawlinson

 

 

Ann Rawlinson​
Development Manager
Development Management
Hambleton District Council
Tel:  01609 76[1]7123
Email: [2][email address]
Web: [3]www.hambleton.gov.uk
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