22 January 2016
Our ref: IR140204
Thank you for your request for information received on 5 January 2016.
This request is being handled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. In 2012 Lambeth commissioned a borough wide report on the night
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I am unable to find a copy of the report on the website. Can you
please send me a link, or a copy of the report.(attached)
If it has not been published please explain why and provide details
of the cost of producing it.
The report was not published on the Council’s website as it is background research. The
cost of producing the document was £25,000+VAT.
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