Worthing Highways Infrasructure

Alan Rice made this Freedom of Information request to West Sussex County 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 West Sussex County Council,

Splash FM website reported on July 30th Worthing Town Centre Initiative has secured £1 million to lay new paving and street furniture to start in October next year.

(1) Please can you confirm if this is true and if so what projects have been dropped if any from Worthing's highways infrastructure programme.

(2) Does this affect or delay any school safety schemes? If so, which?

(4) Is the 20's Plenty consultation and/or installation affected or delayed?

(3) What other highways infrastructure projects remain for 2013-14,2014-15,2015-16 and 2016-17?

Yours faithfully,

Alan Rice

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Dave Loveman

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Freedom Of Information |  [1]West Sussex County Council | Location:
County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RQ
E-mail: [2][email address]



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Alison Attwood,

Our Ref: 447


Dear Mr Rice


Freedom of Information Act 2000


I refer to your request for information in relation to Worthing Highways
Infrastructure.  Your request was received by me on 1 August 2013 and is
being dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act 2000


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applying exemption Section 21 – information accessible to the applicant by
other means.



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Alison Attwood

Business Practitioner



Alison Attwood | Business Practitioner, Business Management Team, Business
Improvement, [2]West Sussex County Council
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Dear Alison Attwood,

Thank you for your response.

As far as I am aware this information has only been accessible by other means since August 27th whereas I made my FOI request on August 1st.

I do acknowledge the information has become available within the requisite 20 working days.

Yours sincerely,

Alan Rice