WOODCOTE SCHOOLS, Coulsdon - PARENT ACCESS BAN - NO Motor Vehicles Except Permits - Mon-Fri 0800-0930 and 1430-1600, DUNSFOLD RISE AREA

Roedd y cais yn rhannol lwyddiannus.

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

1 * Please provide a copy of the Decision made by the council, presumably by Cabinet Member for Transport Stuart King, which authorised the distribution of the council letter of 1 July 2017.

2 * Please provide a copy of the officer report which provided the evidence and justification for that Decision.

3 * Clr King has claimed "We will monitor “before” and “after” levels of travel to school modes to see how successful this approach proves to be.".
Please confirm what data the council has collected for BEFORE.
That to include a copy of the data - presumably an XLS spreadsheet.

4 * There was a survey asking parents how they travelled to school - see 13 questions below.
http://bit.ly/2v2vZmH
http://bit.ly/2uJtUke
However it now comes up as closed. Why si that?
When was this survey open - dates please?

Is this survey connected with the council?
Please provide the results of that survey - if they are known to the council.

1. Which area do you live in?
2. How far do you travel to school?
3. How long does it take to travel to school?
4. How do you travel to and from school?
5. How important is the ability to park outside school to you?

6. If you currently drive to school please tell us why (select all that apply)
7. If you currently drive to school where do you tend to park?
8. If you currently drive to school how easy do you find it to park your car?
9. If you or your children do not currently cycle to school please tell us why (select all that apply)

10. If you or your children don't currently walk to school please tell us why (select all that apply)
11. How would you feel about a cycle lane at the school side of Dunsfold Rise? (Select all that apply)
12. Are there any improvements that you would like to see made to transport provision that would encourage you to cycle, walk, use public
transport or car share with other parents?
13. Are there any issues of pupils' travel safety that you would like to raise?

5 * What are the criteria for permits permitting access during the banned period?
When and how can one apply to the council for these permits?

Yours faithfully,

James Muldoon

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Dear Freedom of Information,

This is a very simple Request, which the council should have no trouble answering.

The council is under an obligation to respond promptly, with 20 working days the absolute limit.

As 15 days have now elapsed sine I made the Request, and the scheme itself is due to start on Monday 4-9-17, please update on when to expect my information.

Yours sincerely,

James Muldoon

Information, Croydon Borough Council

Dear Mr Muldoon

Thank you for your email.

The Council legally has 20 working days to respond to your request. However, we endeavour to respond earlier where we can.

Your request is still receiving attention and we are chasing the answering department for a response.

Once we have this we will immediately send it out to you.

Kind regards.

Jo

Jo Welch-Hall
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Freedom of Information, Croydon Borough Council

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Dear Mr Muldoon

Freedom of Information Request

Please see attached the council's response to your Freedom of Information
request.

Yours sincerely

 

Lynda Fay

FOI Coordinator

Croydon Council

 

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Here is the text of the council's FOI Response

Dear Mr Muldoon

Freedom of Information Request

Your request has been considered under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act. For ease of reference, I will address each of your questions in turn.

1. Please provide a copy of the Decision made by the council, presumably by Cabinet Member for Transport Stuart King, which authorised the distribution of the council letter of 1 July 2017.

This information can be found on our website. Section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 therefore applies, ‘Information reasonably accessible to the applicant by other means’. This acts as an exemption notice. Section 21 is an absolute exemption and therefore does not require the public interests balancing test to be applied.

Please see link below to the council webpage where this information is published for September 2017:

https://www.croydon.gov.uk/democracy/dan...
http://bit.ly/2xLPVwT

2. Please provide a copy of the officer report which provided the evidence and justification for that Decision.

This information can be found on our website. Section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 therefore applies, ‘Information reasonably accessible to the applicant by other means’. This acts as an exemption notice. Section 21 is an absolute exemption and therefore does not require the public interests balancing test to be applied.

Please see link below to the council webpage where this information is published for September 2017:

https://www.croydon.gov.uk/democracy/dan...
http://bit.ly/2xLPVwT

3. Clr King has claimed "We will monitor “before” and “after” levels of travel to school modes to see how successful this approach proves to be.". Please confirm what data the council has collected for BEFORE. That to include a copy of the data - presumably an XLS spreadsheet.

Woodcote Primary School collected information in a travel survey in March 2017.

4. There was a survey asking parents how they travelled to school - see 13 questions below.

http://bit.ly/2v2vZmH
http://bit.ly/2uJtUke

However it now comes up as closed. Why is that? When was this survey open - dates please?

This survey was conducted by Woodcote Primary School – we do not hold this information.

Is this survey connected with the council? No

Permits are available to residents and businesses in the affected roads, school staff and visitors to residents. Residents and schools have been given information on how to apply.

Permits can be applied for by emailing schoolparking@croydon.gov.uk

If you are dissatisfied with the way the Council has handled your request under the Freedom of Information Act you may ask for an internal review. This should be submitted to us within 40 working days of this response. You can do this by outlining the details of your complaint by:

Email: information@croydon.gov.uk
Writing: Information Team
London Borough of Croydon
Bernard Weatherill House
7thFloor - Zone B
8 Mint Walk
Croydon CR0 1EA

Any requests received after the 40 working day time limit will be considered only at the discretion of the council.

If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision. The Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

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Yours sincerely

Lynda Fay
FOI Coordinator
Croydon Council

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Croydon Borough Council's handling of my FOI request 'WOODCOTE SCHOOLS, Coulsdon - PARENT ACCESS BAN - NO Motor Vehicles Except Permits - Mon-Fri 0800-0930 and 1430-1600, DUNSFOLD RISE AREA'.

There is some very strange reasoning here.

A * The first two questions were:

1 Please provide a copy of the Decision made by the council, presumably by Cabinet Member for Transport Stuart King, which authorised the distribution of the council letter of 1 July 2017.

2 Please provide a copy of the officer report which provided the evidence and justification for that Decision.

The council now reply with a document dated 1 Sep 2017.
How can the council issue a letter at the start of July if it has not made the Decision to do so until September?
This is obvious nonsense.

Please now provide the answer to the questions asked.

B * The Council MADE and published the Traffic Order on 23 Aug 2017.
How come the council Made this Order and put up signs and cameras on the street at that time if the Decision to Authorise this had not been yet made?
Please provide a copy of the Decision / Instruction that authorised that to happen on 23 Aug - or was this an unauthorised action by the Highways Improvement Manager Mr Mike Barton?

C * Question 3 was as below.

3 Clr King has claimed "We will monitor “before” and “after” levels of travel to school modes to see how successful this approach proves to be.".
Please confirm what data the council has collected for BEFORE.
That to include a copy of the data - presumably an XLS spreadsheet.

The answer you give is "Woodcote Primary School collected information in a travel survey in March 2017".
Then for Qu 4, you say the survey was not connected with the council.

In that event, how is any data from that survey an answer to Qu 3?
Is the council saying that it has no data beyond what that survey gave - and then "This survey was conducted by Woodcote Primary School – we do not hold this information"?
So the council has NO BEFORE data to inform its experiment?

As schools are covered by the FOI Act - and the EIR, why did the council not advise of the right to ask the school for this data?

D * Question 5 began:

5 What are the criteria for permits permitting access during the banned period?

Why has the council ignored this element of the FOI - it was perfectly clearly numbered, and the second sentence was answered?

Why does the Report you weblink to not mention any exception for permit holders?
Why also does it not discuss the criteria for these permits?

As the issue of permits was not covered by the Authorisation in the 1 Sep 2017 Decision, please provide the Decision that authorised the issue of these permits, and the report that set out the criteria for them.

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

Yours faithfully,

James Muldoon

Dear Freedom of Information,

4 days have passed without acknowledgement of the Internal Review request.

Could you please also :

1 * State WHY "the Leader of the Council has delegated to the Executive Director of Place the power to make the executive decisions set out below:
DECISION REFERENCE NO.: 0917PL"

2 * State WHEN this delegation was made

3 * Provide a COPY of that Delegation statement.

4 * EXPLAIN why given that this scheme clearly "- is significant in terms of its effects on communities living or working in an area comprising two or more Wards in the Borough", it was not referred to the council's Traffic Management Advisory Committee, as per the Delegated Authorisation 17280

Yours sincerely,

James Muldoon

Passman, Howard, Croydon Borough Council

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Dear Mr. Muldoon,

 

Thank you for your email dated 5 September 2017 in which you requested an
Internal Review of the Council’s response to your request for information.

I will be conducting the Internal Review and will endeavour to provide a
response within the statutory timescales; that is no later than 3 October
2017.  However, if for any reason there is a need to extend the time for
the review I will contact you before that date.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Howard Passman

Legal Services

020 8726 6000 ext. 62318

 

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Dear Croydon Borough Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Croydon Borough Council's handling of my FOI request 'WOODCOTE SCHOOLS, Coulsdon - PARENT ACCESS BAN - NO Motor Vehicles Except Permits - Mon-Fri 0800-0930 and 1430-1600, DUNSFOLD RISE AREA'.

The council reply included this exchange:

Is this survey connected with the council?
NO

Please provide the results of that survey - if they are known to the council.
NOT ANSWERED

Why did the council answer in that way, given that Woodcote Primary School have now stated.
"On the 24th April 2017 an email was sent to Daniel Oates, Enforcement Manager at Parking Services with the results of the survey (attached)"
http://bit.ly/2xRLf93

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

Yours faithfully,

James Muldoon

Dear Passman, Howard,

" I will be conducting the Internal Review and will endeavour to provide a response within the statutory timescales; that is no later than 3 October 2017. However, if for any reason there is a need to extend the time for the review I will contact you before that date."

We are now two days past the stated last date of 3 Oct 2017, yet nothing further has come?

Yours sincerely,

James Muldoon

Passman, Howard, Croydon Borough Council

2 Atodiad

Dear Mr. Muldoon,

 

Further to your email dated 5 September 2017, in which you requested an
Internal Review of the Council’s response to your request for information,
I have now concluded this review and I am able to reply as follows. 
Please accept my apologies for the delay in replying to you.

 

In your request for Internal Review, you asked the Council to reconsider
your request as you believed that you had not been provided with the
information requested.

 

In your request for information dated     you requested the following
information:

 

“1 Please provide a copy of the Decision made by the council, presumably
by Cabinet Member for Transport Stuart King, which authorised the
distribution of the council letter of 1 July 2017.

 

2 Please provide a copy of the officer report which provided the evidence
and justification for that Decision.

 

3 Clr King has claimed "We will monitor “before” and “after” levels of
travel to school modes to see how successful this approach proves to be.".

Please confirm what data the council has collected for BEFORE.

That to include a copy of the data - presumably an XLS spreadsheet.

 

4 There was a survey asking parents how they travelled to school - see 13
questions below.

[1]http://bit.ly/2v2vZmH       

[2]http://bit.ly/2uJtUke

However it now comes up as closed.  Why si that?

When was this survey open - dates please?

 

Is this survey connected with the council?

Please provide the results of that survey - if they are known to the
council.

 

1. Which area do you live in?

2. How far do you travel to school?

3. How long does it take to travel to school?

4. How do you travel to and from school?

5. How important is the ability to park outside school to you?

 

6. If you currently drive to school please tell us why (select all that
apply) 7. If you currently drive to school where do you tend to park?

8. If you currently drive to school how easy do you find it to park your
car?

9. If you or your children do not currently cycle to school please tell us
why (select all that apply)

 

10. If you or your children don't currently walk to school please tell us
why (select all that apply) 11. How would you feel about a cycle lane at
the school side of Dunsfold Rise? (Select all that apply)

12. Are there any improvements that you would like to see made to
transport provision that would encourage you to cycle, walk, use public
transport or car share with other parents?

13. Are there any issues of pupils' travel safety that you would like to
raise?

 

5 What are the criteria for permits permitting access during the banned
period?

When and how can one apply to the council for these permits?”

 

The Council responded to you on the xxxx 2017 and provided the following
response:

 

“1.  Please provide a copy of the Decision made by the council, presumably
by Cabinet Member for Transport Stuart King, which authorised the
distribution of the council letter of 1 July 2017.

 

This information can be found on our website. Section 21 of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 therefore applies, ‘Information reasonably accessible
to the applicant by other means’. This acts as an exemption notice. 
Section 21 is an absolute exemption and therefore does not require the
public interests balancing test to be applied. 

 

Please see link below to the council webpage where this information is
published for September 2017:

 

[3]https://www.croydon.gov.uk/democracy/dan...

 

2. Please provide a copy of the officer report which provided the evidence
and justification for that Decision.

 

This information can be found on our website. Section 21 of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 therefore applies, ‘Information reasonably accessible
to the applicant by other means’. This acts as an exemption notice. 
Section 21 is an absolute exemption and therefore does not require the
public interests balancing test to be applied. 

 

Please see link below to the council webpage where this information is
published for September 2017:

 

[4]https://www.croydon.gov.uk/democracy/dan...

 

3.  Clr King has claimed "We will monitor “before” and “after” levels of
travel to school modes to see how successful this approach proves to be.".
Please confirm what data the council has collected for BEFORE.  That to
include a copy of the data - presumably an XLS spreadsheet.

 

Woodcote Primary School collected information in a travel survey in March
2017.

 

4. There was a survey asking parents how they travelled to school - see 13
questions below.

 

[5]http://bit.ly/2v2vZmH
[6]http://bit.ly/2uJtUke

However it now comes up as closed. Why is that? When was this survey open
- dates please?

 

This survey was conducted by Woodcote Primary School – we do not hold this
information.

 

Is this survey connected with the council?  No

 

Permits are available to residents and businesses in the affected roads,
school staff and visitors to residents.  Residents and schools have been
given information on how to apply.

 

Permits can be applied for by emailing [7][email address]”

 

 

In your request for an Internal Review dated,  2017, you stated the
following:

 

“Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information
reviews…”

 

“ There is some very strange reasoning here.

 

A * The first two questions were:

 

1 Please provide a copy of the Decision made by the council, presumably by
Cabinet Member for Transport Stuart King, which authorised the
distribution of the council letter of 1 July 2017.

 

2 Please provide a copy of the officer report which provided the evidence
and justification for that Decision.

 

The council now reply with a document dated 1 Sep 2017.

How can the council issue a letter at the start of July if it has not made
the Decision to do so until September?

This is obvious nonsense.

 

Please now provide the answer to the questions asked.

 

B * The Council MADE and published the Traffic Order on 23 Aug 2017.

How come the council Made this Order and put up signs and cameras on the
street at that time if the Decision to Authorise this had not been yet
made?

Please provide a copy of the Decision / Instruction that authorised that
to happen on 23 Aug - or was this an unauthorised action by the Highways
Improvement Manager Mr Mike Barton?

 

C * Question 3 was as below.

 

3 Clr King has claimed "We will monitor “before” and “after” levels of
travel to school modes to see how successful this approach proves to be.".

Please confirm what data the council has collected for BEFORE.

That to include a copy of the data - presumably an XLS spreadsheet.

 

The answer you give is "Woodcote Primary School collected information in a
travel survey in March 2017".

Then for Qu 4, you say the survey was not connected with the council.

 

In that event, how is any data from that survey an answer to Qu 3?

Is the council saying that it has no data beyond what that survey gave -
and then "This survey was conducted by Woodcote Primary School – we do not
hold this information"?

 

So the council has NO BEFORE data to inform its experiment?

 

As schools are covered by the FOI Act - and the EIR, why did the council
not advise of the right to ask the school for this data?

 

D * Question 5 began:

 

5    What are the criteria for permits permitting access during the banned
period?

 

Why has the council ignored this element of the FOI - it was perfectly
clearly numbered, and the second sentence was answered?

 

Why does the Report you weblink to not mention any exception for permit
holders?

Why also does it not discuss the criteria for these permits?

 

As the issue of permits was not covered by the Authorisation in the 1 Sep
2017 Decision, please provide the Decision that authorised the issue of
these permits, and the report that set out the criteria for them.”

 

On receiving your request for an Internal Review, I contacted the Director
of Safety, who has provided additional information in answer to the issues
raised in your Internal Review.  I am given to understand that the Cabinet
member was briefed by officers during the development of the scheme and in
advance of the letter being drafted. I have been informed that the scheme
was implemented as a direct measure to deal with issues being experienced
outside the main school entrance and the dangers this concentration of
traffic and erratic driving was posing to children at this location.  This
was based on a number of factors including discussions with the schools
and other Ward Councillors and are set out in the attached
presentation. The presentation has been redacted to remove information
which indicated the home addresses and travel routes of pupils who attend
the schools, as this information is considered to be, exempt information
under the exemption provided for in Section 40(2) of FoIA.

 

This was designed as a scheme to deal with issues across the borough and
Woodcote was merely chosen as a pilot due to initial Ward Councillor
request and as a result of the school support. As the scheme restricts
vehicle traffic this objective has been achieved. Therefore, the base data
that will be used to assess this scheme against will be the schools travel
plan data that is submitted to Transport to London. This details the
methods of travel to school by children and will inform us if there has
been any shift in mode of travel and we will also be taking into account
the feedback on the consultation. The Council will also look to publish an
online survey to gather opinions on the concept of the scheme in general
rather than being based around one location and determine its suitability
or not as an effective and supported measure to manage school issues.

 

Permits are provided to any resident or business with a vehicle registered
at an address within the zone, and any eligible member of school staff
will be able to obtain access permits. Permits will also be provided to
parents/carers/children with accessibility needs.

 

Requests for Permits for accessibility needs, will need to be sent
directly to the school who will then assess the application and contact
the council to advise on the outcome. These permits are dealt with in this
manner due to the fact they relate to potential vulnerable children and
aims to keep their confidentiality and ensure sensitivity around issues
relating to them. Further the school will already have a good
understanding of all of the children’s needs and will already be aware of
the majority of children that will require support of this nature.

 

The criteria for residents who may wish to apply for a permit are:

 

1) Be a permanent resident;

2) The applicant must show on the Council Tax or Electoral register; and

3) Provide a copy of your Vehicle registration document (V5C) showing the
vehicle registered in the applicant’s name, at the address where you are
applying for a permit.

 

Where a resident does not meet the application criteria, where they do not
have a V5C (showing the vehicle registered to the applicant for where you
are applying) they are asked to contact the DVLA.  If a resident has a
business vehicle (therefore not holding V5C) are required to provide a
letter from the company on company letterhead, detailing your address and
vehicle details.

 

Visitors and deliveries will not be able to access the road during the
hours of operation of the zone, unless the resident has informed the
service in advance and registered for a visitor access permit. The scheme
allows for a period of short term access when required for delivery agents
and visitors to enter the zone. There is no charge for an Access Permit
during the pilot period. 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Howard Passman

Legal Services

020 8726 6000 ext. 62318

 

 

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Passman, Howard, Croydon Borough Council

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Dear Mr. Muldoon,

 

Thank you for your email dated 5 October 2017.

 

I understand that there was some confusion as to which survey you were
referring to in your request, as two surveys were available online. One
organised by the School and the other by a parent.  The Council’s response
was in reference to the survey organised by the parent; to which the
Council did not have access and nor was information provided to the
Council as result. However, as you have indicated the Council was provided
information obtained by the survey organised by Woodcote School.

 

Please accept the Council’s apology for this confusion and any
inconvenience that you may have suffered as a result.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Howard Passman

Legal Services

020 8726 6000 ext. 62318

 

 

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Resources Department

Legal Services

Commercial and Property Law

7th Floor Zone C
Bernard Weatherill House

8 Mint Walk

Croydon CR0 1EA

 

Council services, online, 24/7 www.croydon.gov.uk/myaccount Download our
new free My Croydon app for a faster, smarter and better way to report
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requirement for all privately rented properties in Croydon to be licensed.
Landlords without a licence could face fines of up to £20,000. For more
information and to apply for a licence visit
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