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12 October 2020
Dear Michael Gaffney
Freedom of Information Act 2000, Reference: FOI-6999-2020
The council has completed its search relating to your request about EHCP Plans received on Sun, 27 Sep
1. How many applications did Cumbria County Council receive for children to get Education, Health and Care
Plan assessments in 2019, 2018 & 2017?
2. How many of these applications were refused in 2019, 2018 & 2017?
3. How many of these applications led to Education, Health and Care Plan assessments taking place, in 2019,
2018 & 2017?
4. How many Education, Health and Care Plans were issued by Cumbria County Council in 2019, 2018 &
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