Please ask for:
0116 252 7605
30th July 2013
Dear B Saunders
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000
Your request for information has now been considered and the Council’s
response to your questions is shown below. You asked:
Under the Freedom of Information Act, please can you supply the
The total amount of funding the LA has received to pilot the children
and families SEN pathfinder and which agencies have provided this
A list of all of the internal budgetary codes used for this funding.
A list of every transaction against each of these codes since the
funding was received.
The amount left in the overall budget as of the end of June 2013.
Please see attached for the answers to the above questions.
The legislation allows you to use the information supplied for your own
personal use. Please be aware that any commercial or other use, for example
publication, sale, or redistribution may be a breach of copyright under the
Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as amended unless you obtain the
copyright holder's prior permission.
Not all the information that is supplied which is covered by copyright will be
the Council's copyright, for example it may be the copyright of a government
department or another Council. You should seek either the Council’s consent
or their consent as appropriate. The Council is willing to advise you of any
such potential issues on request. In order to make a request to re-use the
information please contact the Information Governance Manager using the
If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request please write to: Information Governance Manager Information and Support Leicester City Council
FREEPOST (LE985/33) New Walk Centre LEICESTER LE1 6ZG
Your request for internal review should be submitted to the above address
within 40 (forty) working days of receipt by you of this response. Any such
request received after this time will only be considered at the Council’s
You can also complain to the Information Commissioner at: Information Commissioner's Office
Wilmslow SK9 5AF
Telephone: 01625 545 700
Please be aware that the Information Commissioner does not normally
consider appeals or complaints until the internal appeals and complaints
processes of the public authority which is answering the request have been
exhausted. You are therefore advised to complain or appeal to the
Information Governance Manager before contacting the Commissioner.
Information Governance Manager
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