42 Bus Extension and Re-routing

H Ward made this Freedom of Information request to Southwark Borough Council

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Dear Southwark Borough Council,

Freedom of Information Request (FoI)

Please could you provide copies of any correspondence (including emails and meeting notes or currently unpublished minutes) within the Council - whether through officers or members - and between the Council and other bodies (including but not limited to Transport for London) with regard to:
a) the proposed change in bus vehicle type from single decker to double decker on the 42 bus route, with particular regard to its route through the residential streets of Sunray Avenue and Red Post Hill
b) routing of the proposed extended 42 bus route, with particular regard to its routing along Sunray Avenue and Red Post Hill
c) operational problems regarding the 42 bus route, such as for example overcrowding, early termination of runs or other service shortcomings
d) tendering of the 42 bus route for the operating period currently due to commence in October 2016.

Yours faithfully,

H Ward

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Dear Planning and FoI teams at Southwark,

Thank you. I'm no expert, but I'm not sure that my request falls in its entirety within the Environmental Information Regulations. Kindly consider the relevance of the Freedom of Information Act to any portion of it that falls outside the Environmental Information Regulations. I would not want the application of the Environmental Information Regulations to restrict, as opposed to extend, your disclosure.

Many thanks.

Yours sincerely,

H Ward

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Dear H Ward,

 

Re: Your request for information: 609828

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 29
February 2016 in which you requested:

Please could you provide copies of any correspondence (including emails
and meeting notes or currently unpublished minutes) within the Council -
whether through officers or members - and between the     Council and
other bodies (including but not limited to Transport     for London) with
regard to:

 

a)         the proposed change in bus vehicle type from single decker to
double decker on the 42 bus route, with particular regard to its     route
through the residential streets of Sunray Avenue and Red Post     Hill

b)         routing of the proposed extended 42 bus route, with particular
regard to its routing along Sunray Avenue and Red Post Hill

c)         operational problems regarding the 42 bus route, such as for
example overcrowding, early termination of runs or other service
shortcomings

d)         tendering of the 42 bus route for the operating period
currently due to commence in October 2016.

 

 

Your request was being dealt with under Environmental Information
Regulation (EIR) 2004.

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accordance with Regulation 12(3) of the Environmental Information
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