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charlotte castro

Dear Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council,

Please can I have information pertaining to the following-

-Can you confirm how much money is in the council reserves between 2015 and 2017?
-as referenced in a previous response one new secondary school will be constructed under GMSF- Please confirm the location of this school.
-Please can you provide access to the Tameside Flood Plan and confirm how much greenfield and greenspace land is built into the flood plan and their locations?
-Please can you provide access to the AQMA air quality reports from 2000-2017 for Tameside?
-Cost of the ARC Housing survey 2017?

- In the executive planning minutes from March 22nd 2017 with regards to HEAL 2016 reference has been made to 716 sites to provide 9256 houses. Please can we have a full breakdown of the 716 sites with site name, location, type ie greenfield greenbelt, type of houses planned per site and also whether planning permission has been granted on these sites.
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Yours faithfully,

charlotte castro

Freedom Of Information Requests, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Ms Castro,

 

Freedom of Information Request

Unique Reference No: FOI 6487

 

Thank you for your email received 5 July 2017 requesting information under
the Freedom of Information Act.  I understand your request to be as
follows:

 

1.      Can you confirm how much money is in the council reserves between
2015 and 2017?

 

2.      As referenced in a previous response one new secondary school will
be constructed under GMSF- Please confirm the location of this school.

 

3.      Please can you provide access to the Tameside Flood Plan and
confirm how much greenfield and greenspace land is built into the flood
plan and their locations?

 

4.      Please can you provide access to the AQMA air quality reports from
2000-2017 for Tameside?

 

5.      Cost of the ARC Housing survey 2017?

 

6.      In the executive planning minutes from March 22nd 2017 with
regards to HEAL 2016 reference has been made to 716 sites to provide 9256
houses. Please can we have a full breakdown of the 716 sites with site
name, location,  type ie greenfield greenbelt, type of houses planned per
site and also whether planning permission has been granted on these sites.

 

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Regards

 

 

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Dear Ms Castro

 

Request for Information – Freedom of Information

Unique Reference FOI 6487

 

Please find attached response including 4 of 5 attachments in relation to
your Freedom of Information Request.

 

A further email to follow including attachment 5.

 

Kind regards

 

On behalf of Damien Bourke

 

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Dear Ms Castro

 

As per my last email please see attachment 5 of 5 in relation to your
Freedom of Information Request.

 

Kind regards

 

On behalf of Damien Bourke

 

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