This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Injurious Affection Compensation for HS1(Channel Tunnel Rail Link Act0'.

Intercity East Coast and HS1 
Passenger Services 
Floor 4 
Department for Transport 
Great Minster House 
33 Horseferry Road 
Web Site: 
Mr B Connor 
[By email:] 
Our Ref: F0017684 
11 September 2019 
Dear Mr Connor,  
Freedom of Information Act Request – F0017684 
Thank you for your Freedom of Information (FOI) request of 13 August 2019. You asked for 
the following information: 
‘Please would you provide me with a summary of individual payments made by DFT 
(via LCR Ltd) in respect of Injurious affection Claims under CTRL Act including 
amount paid, address of property, market valuation of property, residential or other 
property type.’ 
I am writing to confirm that your request has been considered under the FOI Act 2000 and that 
the Department for Transport (DfT) has completed its search for the information. I can confirm 
that the Department does not hold the information that you have requested. 
You may wish to contact LCR Ltd1, which as the body that undertook this type of claim at 
the time that HS1 was built, may be able to carry out a search of its archives for the 
information requested. However, as LCR Ltd is not subject to the FOI Act, any disclosure 
of information would be made on a voluntary basis. 
If you are unhappy with the way the DfT has handled your request or with the decisions 
made in relation to your request you may complain within two calendar months of the date 
of this letter by writing to the DfT’s FOI Advice Team at: 
Zone D/04 
Ashdown House 
Sedlescombe Road North 
East Sussex TN37 7GA 

Please send or copy any follow-up correspondence relating to this request to the FOI 
Advice Team to help ensure that it receives prompt attention. Please also remember to 
quote the reference number above in any future communications. 
Please see attached details of DfT’s complaints procedure and your right to complain to 
the Information Commissioner. 
Yours sincerely, 
Intercity East Coast and HS1, Passenger Services 
Floor 4, Zone 4/12, Great Minster House 
33 Horseferry Road 

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disclose all or part of the information requested. In addition a complaint can be made that 
DfT has not complied with its FOI publication scheme. 
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your request for information. If, after careful consideration, that official decides that his/her 
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official who will conduct a further review. You will be advised of the outcome of your 
complaint and if a decision is taken to disclose information originally withheld this will be 
done as soon as possible.  
If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have the right to apply 
directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision. The Information Commissioner can 
be contacted at: 
Information Commissioner’s Office  
Wycliffe House  
Water Lane