Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106) structure

Robert Hanks made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Bromley Borough Council

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Roedd y cais yn rhannol lwyddiannus.

Dear Bromley Borough Council,

Please provide the structure charts (including names, job tile and contact details) for Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106) directorates covering the following job titles:

- Planning Officer, Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106)
- Senior Planning Officer, Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106)
- Principal Planning Officer, Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106)
- Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106) Officer
- Planning Infrastructure (CIL, S106) delivery Officer

I look forward to hearing back from you.

Yours faithfully,

Robert Hanks

HR CEXfreedomofinformation, Bromley Borough Council

1 Atodiad

Dear Mr Hanks

 

Further to your recent FOI enquiry please see our response highlighted in
blue below.

 

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FOI RESPONSE:

 

Please find attached an organisation structure chart for the planning
department.

It is our policy to provide names and contact details for officers at
Director and Assistant Director only.

 

Director Housing, Planning & Regeneration – Sara Bowrey
[1][email address]

Assistant Director Planning & Building Control – Tim Horsman
[2][email address]

 

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We trust this completes your FOI enquiry which has now been closed.

 

Regards

 

HR/Chief Executive FOI Co-ordinator

London Borough of Bromley

Tel: (020) 8313 4355

Web: [3]www.bromley.gov.uk

 

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