Dear Cumbria County Council,
My request is made under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 and/or the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
1. Please provide all correspondence and meeting minutes of the pre-application discussions between Cumbria County Council and the applicant concerning the 1/16/9005 planning application. Please include all correspondence sent from the applicant, and all correspondence sent to the applicant. Please include correspondence with the applicant's agent(s) (both from and to).
2. Please provide any covering correspondence included with the 1/16/9005 planning application if not available for public download on planning.cumbria.gov.uk under 1/16/9005.
3. Please provide any attachments or enclosures included with the 1/16/9005 planning application that are not available for public download on planning.cumbria.gov.uk under 1/16/9005.
4. Please include all correspondence and meeting minutes both before and after the granting of planning permission 1/16/9005. Please include all correspondence sent from the applicant, and all correspondence sent to the applicant. Please include correspondence with the applicant's agent(s) (both from and to). Information relating to the 1/18/9012 section 73 amendment and included with FOI-6545-2020 or FOI-5683-2020 can be omitted.
Please send me the information by email. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.
Dear Katie Lock
Freedom of Information Act 2000 Reference: FOI-8074-2021
Thank you for your request for information regarding planning application
1/16/9005, which was received on 25/01/2021.
The council aims to provide you with the information within the statutory
timescale of 20 working days in this case the date is 22/02/2021.
Subject to the information not being exempt or containing any references
to third parties.
While we endeavour to respond to in these timescales, we want to make you
aware that responding to the current clinical priority of Covid-19 may
mean at times, we struggle to meet these timescales.
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exemptions/exceptions which may prevent information being released to you
automatically. The council will make an assessment about the application
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will include details of your right to appeal.
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release of information.
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Dear Cumbria County Council,
The response to my Freedom of Information Request was due on 22 February. Please let me know when I can expect to receive the requested information.
Thank you for your email.
Please accept my apologies for the delay in you receiving a response to your request.
I have requested an update from my colleagues in service, but unfortunately they are out of the office until next week.
I will follow this up and provide a further update.
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