Stuart Hardwicke CARRUTHERS made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Mid Suffolk District Council

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Stuart Hardwicke CARRUTHERS

Dear Mid Suffolk District Council,

Please provide details of the number of planning enforcement notices that you have issued claiming to take action against vegetation over the lastsix years.

Specifically, how many times over the last six years has the Council taken enforcement against grass and required its removal from land.

Please also identify the number of pot plants in the Council's Planning Department.

Yours faithfully,

Stuart Hardwicke CARRUTHERS

BMSDC Data Protection,

Dear Sir,
Freedom of Information/Environmental Information Regulations request
Thank you for your request to Mid Suffolk District Council dated 25
September 2019.  Your request will be answered within 20 working days.
If you have any queries about this request do not hesitate to contact us. 
Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
Yours sincerely,
Data Protection
Tel: 0300 1234000 Email: [email address]
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Babergh & Mid Suffolk District Councils - Working Together
Endeavour House, 8 Russell Road, Ipswich, Suffolk  IP1 2BX

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John Mawdsley,

2 Atodiad

Dear Mr Carruthers,
Further to your EIR information request please find our response below:
We have issued 0 (zero) Enforcement Notices against vegetation;
We have issued 0 (zero) Enforcement Notices requiring the removal of
We have 0 (zero) plants – “pot” or otherwise – in the Council’s Planning
John Mawdsley
Performance & Quality Officer – Development Management
Sustainable Communities
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils – Working Together
Mobile:   07860 827034
Tel:         0300 123 4000 for all Council services
Email: [1][email address]
Web:  [2] & [3]

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Stuart Hardwicke CARRUTHERS

Dear John Mawdsley,

Many thanks for your reply. It is very odd that I have copies of planning enforcement notices requiring removal of grass from areas of the district. I have made an application to the Council under the planning acts to have the growing of grass in the district identified as lawful. I have seen pot plants in your offices. The application should also make these safe from your planning enforcement function.

Yours sincerely,

Stuart Hardwicke CARRUTHERS