Dear Boston Borough Council,

I'd be grateful if you can provide me with the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

1. A list of vehicles owned or leased to the council. Please include; registration mark, fleet number (if used), make & model and body type.

2. Identify which vehicles are owned and which are leased.

3. Name, position and email address of the staff responsible for these vehicles.

4. The estimated amount of spend (£) on diesel/petrol per annum and the cost split between owned and leased vehicles.

I trust all is in order and thank you in advance for your help.

Yours faithfully,

Cris Lehmann

info info, Boston Borough Council

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FOI, Boston Borough Council

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Good afternoon,

 

Thank you for your information access request received on the 22^nd
January 2020 where you asked for information about Boston Borough Councils
vehicle fleet.

 

Under Section 1(1)(a) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 we can
confirm that Boston Borough Council does hold the information specified in
your request. The information you have requested is detailed below.

 

1.            A list of vehicles owned or leased to the council. Please
include; registration mark, fleet number (if used), make & model and body
type.

 

2006       FORD Transit T350L 2.4 D/C RWD tipper – purchased Jan 07

2016       FORD Transit 350 L3 H1 2.2 LWB 1-way tipper- purchased March 16

2016       FORD Transit 350 L3 H1 2.2 LWB 1-way tipper – purchased March
16

2016       FORD Transit 350 L3 H1 2.2 LWB 1-way tipper (caged)- purchased
March 16

2016       FORD Transit 350 L3 H1 2.2 LWB 1-way tipper (caged) – purchased
March 16

2015       FORD Transit courier trend TDCI panel van 1.5 – purchased Nov
15

2005       FORD Ranger 2.5 super cab pickup – purchased Jan 06

2015       FORD Transit 300 LWB 3T 1998CC- purchase date unknown

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter)

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter)

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter) purchased Feb 13

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter)

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter)

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter)

2012       DENNIS RCV 26T freighter)

2018       DENNIS Elite 6 RCV 18T freighter- purchased July 18

2007       SCARAB Magnum sweeper- purchased Nov 07

2013       JOHNSTON C400 7.5T compact road sweeper – purchased Aug 14

2008       FORD EUR04 Transit 100 T350L RWD box van 2.4 and tail lift –
purchase date unknown

2012       SCARAB Minor sweeper 2.9 4.2T – purchased Dec 14

2018       Ford Transit 350 Tipper)

2018       Ford Transit 350 Tipper) – purchased Aug 18

2018       Ford Transit 350 Tipper)

2015       FORD Transit 290 L2 H2 2.2 MWB - purchased Mar 16 

2011       Toyota Aygo ICE VVT-I – purchased 2011

2011       Toyota Aygo ICE VVT-I – purchased 2011

2011       Toyota Aygo ICE VVT-I – purchased 2011

2011       Toyota Aygo ICE VVT-I – purchased 2011

2011       Toyota Aygo ICE VVT-I – purchased 2011

 

2.            Identify which vehicles are owned and which are leased.

As listed above.

 

3.            Name, position and email address of the staff responsible
for these vehicles.

Matt Fisher, Environmental Operations Manager -
[1][email address]

 

4.            The estimated amount of spend (£) on diesel/petrol per annum
and the cost split between owned and leased vehicles.

Diesel budget for 2018/2019 - £225,783,

Diesel budget for 2019/2020 - £241,780 (no leased vehicles)

 

We trust that the information above completes your request in full,
however if we  can be of any further assistance, please contact us.  If
you are unhappy with the service you have received in relation to your
request and wish to make a complaint or request a review of the Council’s
decision, you should contact Michelle Sacks, Monitoring Officer and
Solicitor to the Council on 01205 314292 or by email at
[2][email address]

 

If you remain dissatisfied with the handling of your request or complaint,
you have a right to appeal to the Information Commissioner at:

 

The Information Commissioner's Office,

Wycliffe House,

Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire

SK9 5AF

 

Kind regards

 

Freedom of Information

Boston Borough Council

 

 

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