Where in the UK does the govt spend most on 'billboard'-type advertising?

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Charles Andrew Harrison

Dear Sir or Madam,

Please could you provide a breakdown of where in the UK the CoI's spending on outdoor advertising is spent, for the last year for which figures are available.

Preferably this should be the amount of spending on outdoor advertising made in each Parliamentary constituency. But if that information is not available without entailing excessive cost then the most localised geographical area breakdown which is readily available.

I note that a previous FoI request regarding costs of online advertising was refused on the grounds of commercial confidentiality. Given that the Outdoor Advertising Association publishes on its website a figure for overall CoI expenditure on outdoor advertising [http://www.oaa.org.uk/MarketTop20Adverti... I presume that that stricture does not apply in this case.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Yours faithfully,

Charles Andrew Harrison

Charles Andrew Harrison

Dear Sir or Madam,

This request is currently overdue a response from Central Office of Information. By law, the response had to be prompt but no later than 28 September 2009 Under the Freedom of Information Act you should have replied by now, and are breaking the law.

Yours faithfully,

Charles Andrew Harrison

FOI Officer, Central Office of Information

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Hi Charles

Please accept my apologies for the delay.

Kind regards.
Glynn

Glynn Morgan
FOI Officer
Central Office of Information
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London
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>>> Charles Andrew Harrison <[FOI #17496 email]>
29/09/2009 08:56 >>>
Dear Sir or Madam,

This request is currently overdue a response from Central Office of
Information. By law, the response had to be prompt but no later
than 28 September 2009 Under the Freedom of Information Act you
should have replied by now, and are breaking the law.

Yours faithfully,

Charles Andrew Harrison

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