TRO Delamere St, Chester

John Blake made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Cheshire West and Chester Council

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

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Dear Cheshire West and Chester Council,

Please provide me with Traffic Regulation orders for Delamere St Chester Please include any amendments, revocations consolidation orders and plans

Yours faithfully,

John Blake

Dear Cheshire West and Chester Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Cheshire West and Chester Council's handling of my FOI request 'TRO Delamere St, Chester'.

Yet again CW&CC have failed to provide me with the requested information within the time frame as required by law, this type of request is not one that requires a lot of in depth searching, the information about TRO's needs to be ready available to members of the public should they wish to challenge a PCN that they believe to be wrongly issued, PCN challenges are time dependant and delays in providing the correct information could jeopardise the outcome of legitimate appeals. ]

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

Yours faithfully,

John Blake

FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake

 

Thank you for your email with reference to a Freedom of Information
Request.

 

I have reviewed your request on our systems and ‘What do they know’.  I
confirm that we have not received your original request.  Normally we
would acknowledge and provide you with a reference number within at least
3 working days.  I note there is no record of this on ‘What do they
know.’ 

 

I will log your request and acknowledge in the normal way.  Please note
that given we had not received your original request I will not arrange an
internal review.  Should you wish to request a review following our reply
within the statutory 20 working days I will arrange one.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Ruth Winson

Cheshire West and Chester Council

 

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Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake

Reference:101001907949

Thank you for your request for information about Traffic Regulation Orders, which we received on 24 March 2014. We are dealing with your request under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

As required by the legislation, we aim to answer your request within 20 working days from the date we received it. If for any reason we are unable to meet this deadline we will keep you fully informed of the reasons for this.

If you have any queries about this email please contact FOIWEST.

Ruth Winson
Solutions Team

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FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake

Thank you for your request for an internal review of your request of
19.2.2014 which has been logged as 1907949.

 

I refer you to your emails as reproduced below:

19.2.2014:  (Initial request)

Dear Cheshire West and Chester Council,

Please provide me with Traffic Regulation orders for Delamere St Chester
Please include any amendments, revocations consolidation orders and plans

Yours faithfully,

John Blake

24.2.2014 (further correspondence in the same matter):

Dear Cheshire West and Chester Council,

This appears to be a duplicate of a request from kast year, bot at all
sure how this has happened, No further action is required

Yours faithfully,

John Blake

We will not be conducting an internal review into this matter any further
than providing this response.

 

Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.

 

Yours sincerely

David P Finlay

The Solutions Team

HQ Building

4th floor

Chief Executives Office

Te: 01244-972235

 

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Dear FOI West,

2 requests were made on the 19th Feb, One for Delamere St and one that should not have been sent for Northgate st, The response relating to no further action was made as a response the Northgate st and not Delamere ST which still warranted a reply, I have asked What do they know to clarify the position

Yours sincerely,

John Blake

Gadawodd Richard Taylor anodiad ()

Our server logs show the message of the 19th of February 2014 was received, and accepted for delivery, by the council's email servers. We would be happy to co-operate with the council in any investigation.

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Richard - WhatDoTheyKnow.com volunteer

FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake
When we receive your request for information that has not been sent out previously and you make it clear exactly what you require we will log that request and supply the information.
The request will be dated form the date of receipt of your final and complete request.
I trust that this meets with your approval.
Yours sincerely
David P Finlay
The Solutions Team
HQ Building
4th floor
Chief Executives Office
Te: 01244-972235

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Dear Cheshire West and Chester Council,
The messages sent by Cw&Cc are conflicting, One reply states That the original request was not received yet another reply quotes the email in a response, this plus a response from "What do they know" suggests the email containing the request was received,This being the case, why was my request for a internal review declined

Yours faithfully,

John Blake

FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake
You have made so many requests, complaints; reports of faults etc that without more detail we are unable to deal with your request?
Please supply reference numbers or at least some subject details or copies of previous emails particularly the ones you refer to.
Yours sincerely
David P Finlay
The Solutions Team
HQ Building
4th floor
Chief Executives Office
Te: 01244-972235

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Dear FOI West,
I have only had one request for an internal review refused, how could you possibly be confused as to the subject matter , try looking at the subject matter of the Internal review you refused and you may find some clues

Yours sincerely,

John Blake

FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

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Dear Mr Blake
Your first request was cancelled by you (referenced 1835766) and your second request for the same information (referenced 1907494) is now answered as follows:
Please find attached the information you requested.
The Council considers that your request has been answered in full by either confirming that information is not held, providing you with the information requested, or explaining why any information has been withheld and the reasons for any redaction. Where applicable, the Council has also told you the reasons for the delay in responding to your request.

If you are unhappy with the way your request for information has been handled you can request a review by writing to the Solutions Team within 40 working days from the date of the Council’s response. You are entitled to a review by the Council if:
• You are dissatisfied with the Council’s explanation of why the application was not dealt with within the 20 working day time limit.
• All the information requested is not being disclosed and you have not received an explanation why some information is not being disclosed.
• A reason for the disclosures under the request being refused is not received.
• You consider that exemptions have been wrongly applied, and/or
• You consider that a fee has been wrongly applied.
Please set out your grounds for seeking a review together with what specific part of your request those grounds apply to and the outcome you are seeking. The Council reserves the right to ask you for clarification of the grounds for your review request if the grounds are not clear, and to delay commencing the review if such grounds are not provided.

The Solutions Team can be contacted by email via: [Cheshire West and Chester Council request email] or at the following address:

Solutions Team
Cheshire West and Chester Council
HQ
58 Nicholas Street
Chester
CH1 2NP

The Solutions Team will acknowledge a request for an internal review within 5 working days and complete the review as soon as possible and no later than 40 working days from receipt of the request.

More information about the Council’s internal review process can be found via: http://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk...

If you remain dissatisfied following the outcome of your review, you have a right of appeal to the Information Commissioner at:

The Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF

Telephone: 08456 30 60 60 or 01625 54 57 45
Website: www.ico.gov.uk

There is no charge for making an appeal.
Yours sincerely
David P Finlay
The Solutions Team
HQ Building
4th floor
Chief Executives Office
Te: 01244-972235

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Dear Cheshire West and Chester Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Cheshire West and Chester Council's handling of my FOI request 'TRO Delamere St, Chester'.

Cheshire West And Chester council considers that my request has been answered in full, however all i have been sent is copies of plans with no references as to the Traffic regulation orders they apply to, there are no copies of past TRO's Included, i do not consider my request has been answered in full as i not have been given all of the information requested ]

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

Yours faithfully,

John Blake

FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake

 

Thank you for your email of Sunday, 4 May and received Tuesday, 6 May
2014.

 

I acknowledge your request for an internal review with regard to 1907949.

 

A review will be arranged and you will be advised of the date shortly.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Ruth Winson

Solutions Assistant

Cheshire West and Chester Council

 

 

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FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

Dear Mr Blake

 

Further to your request for an Internal Review reference 1907949.

 

A meeting has been arranged for a legal officer and tier 4 manager to
discuss your request on 18 June 2014.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Ruth Winson

Solutions Assistant

Cheshire West and Chester Council

 

 

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FOI West, Cheshire West and Chester Council

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Dear Mr Blake
 
I refer to your request for internal review which you confirmed on 4 May
2012 which said:
 
I am writing to request an internal review of Cheshire West and Chester
Council's handling of my FOI request 'TRO  Delamere St, Chester'.
       
Cheshire West And Chester council considers that my request has been
answered in full, however all i have been sent is copies of plans with no
references as to the Traffic regulation orders they apply to, there are no
copies of past TRO's Included, i do not consider my request has been
answered in full as i not have been given all of the information requested
]
 
The review request was referred to one of the Council’s solicitors,
Catherine Gaukroger who (prior to meeting to conduct a formal review with
one of the Council’s managers), has made enquiries about the response to
your original request for information i.e.
Please provide me with Traffic Regulation orders for Delamere Street
Chester. Please include any amendments, revocations, consolidation orders
and plans”.
 
That original request for information was made on 19 February (reference
1835766) and was due to be dealt with under the Environmental Information
Regulations. However, the Council treated it as cancelled after you
e-mailed FOI West on 24 February advising that this appeared to be a
duplicate request and that no further action was required.  Following
correspondence with FOI West, the request was subsequently confirmed and
logged as a new request on 24 March 2014 (reference 1907949)  A response
was sent on to you on 22 April and it is that response which you have now
asked to be reviewed.
 
The Council’s Principal Engineer has confirmed that  the permanent Traffic
Regulation Orders that are currently in operation on Delamere Street have
now been checked and are as follows:
 
The Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council (Prohibition and Restriction
of Waiting and Street Parking Places) (Civil Parking Enforcement and
Consolidation) Order 2013. This together with the plans from the Schedule
to this Order that relate to Delamere Street are attached below.
 
The City of Chester (Upper Northgate Street Area) (Traffic Management)
Order 1994. 
 
Since your  original enquiry this Order has been amended by:
 
The Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council (Upper Northgate Street
Area, Chester) (Traffic Management) (Amendment) Order 2014
 
The revoked TRO’s that relate to Delamere Street over the last 40 years
are as follows:
 
Cheshire County Council (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting and Street
Parking Places) (Chester Area) (Consolidation) Order 2008
 
The City of Chester (Hamilton Place Area) (Prohibition of Waiting and
Loading) Order 1999
 
The County Borough of Chester (Delamere Street) (Prohibition and
Restriction of Waiting) Order 1973
 
Additionally, there are records of the following  temporary restrictions
for Delamere Street:
 
 
No other information has been found relating to your request.
 
The Council apologises for not sending a clear and accurate response
before now to your request for information about TROs for Delamere Street
. We now believe that we have answered your request in full. In view of
the information now given, we consider your request for a formal internal
review to be closed.  The email sent to you yesterday advising that a
formal review would take place on 18 June 2014 will not now go ahead.  If
you consider otherwise I would be grateful if you could advise within 5
working days stating your reasons. 
 
Yours sincerely
 
Ruth Winson
Solutions Assistant
Cheshire West and Chester Council
 
 

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