Dear Tendring District Council,
Please would you acknowledge this request.
As of January 2011, please could you tell me:
1) How many allotment sites are there in Tendring for which the Council has access to waiting list data?
2) What is the total number of plots on these sites?
3) What is the total number of people on waiting lists for these sites?
4) Are any of these waiting lists closed to further applications?
5) How many new council allotment sites were brought into use in 2010? Please give:
a) number of new sites
b) names of new sites
c) total area of new land in hectares
d) total number of new plots
Dear Ms Campbell
Thank you for your Freedom of Information Request dated 3 January 2011
regarding allotment waiting lists. Responsibility for the provision of
allotments in Tendring is with the Town and Parish Councils. This Council
is only responsible for the un-parished area of Clacton, Holland and
Jaywick. In this un-parished area, Tendring District Council own two
sites both of which are managed by an allotment trust. We do not have
access to their waiting lists and I am therefore unable to answer any of
the other questions listed in your request.
With apologies that I am unable to help you further.
Service Administration Coordinator
Tendring District Council
Town Hall, Station Road
Tel: 01255 686651
Fax: 01255 686411
Minicom: 01255 475566
Emergency Out of Hours: 01255 222022
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Dear Lynn Lee,
Thank you for such a prompt response.
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