This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Queen Adelaide B1382 Level Crossings Risk Assessment'.

Mr Rupert Moss-Eccardt 
Network Rail  
Freedom of Information 
By email: 
The Quadrant  
Elder Gate 
[FOI #381961 email] 
Milton Keynes  
MK9 1EN 
01908 782405 
17 January 2017 
E [Network Rail request email] 
Dear Mr Moss-Eccardt 
Information request   
Reference number: FOI2017/00058 
Thank you for your email of 15 January 2017 at 9.17 am. You requested the following 
‘Please provide me with the risk assessments and, supporting data used for such 
assessment for each and every of the three level crossings that cross the B1382 in the 
village of Queen Adelaide, Cambridgeshire.’ 

I am writing to ask for some further details about the information you are seeking, to help 
me identify the specific information you are looking for. I would be very grateful if you could 
clarify whether you are seeking the most recent risk assessments and supporting data for 
the three level crossings in Queen Adelaide, or whether you are seeking the most recent 
risk assessments and supporting data as well as any previous risk assessments and 
supporting data for these crossings?  
If you are seeking previous risk assessments and supporting data as well as the most 
recent, could you please also specify the time period that you are interested in; for example, 
the risk assessments and supporting data from 2010 onwards?  
In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 I will now close your case until I 
receive your response; the 20 working days for responding to your request will commence 
when I receive your clarification.  
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If you would like to discuss any of the above please contact me. Please remember to quote 
the reference number above in all future correspondence.  
I look forward to hearing from you.  
Yours sincerely 
Colin Bendall 
Information Officer