Allotment strimming hours

Rosalind Kellett made this Freedom of Information request to Southampton City Council

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Rosalind Kellett

Dear Southampton City Council,

Please confirm the agreement that strimming and operating noisy machinery is not permitted on Muddy Bottom West allotments after 6 pm any day.

Please amend allotment rule G15 to provide this detail.

Please confirm that strimming and operating noisy machinery is not permitted on Muddy Bottom West allotments before 9am Monday to Friday and 10am Saturday's and Sunday's, as per rule G15.

Yours faithfully,

Rosalind Kellett

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Dear Rosalind Kellett,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request received on 28/05/2019.
It has been determined that you have requested the following information:

 

·         Please provide a copy of the terms of use/rules in regards to
Muddy Bottom West allotments.

 

Please note, the Freedom of information request process serves to allow
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Matterson, Nathan, Southampton City Council

Dear Rosalind,

 

Further to my recent correspondence in regards to your other Freedom of
information request, FOI-1920-0206, I am happy to confirm that the
information requested, is also already available online.

 

Your request has been refused on the grounds of S21 (Information already
publically available) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. As the
information requested can be located on the following Council web page:

 

[1]https://www.southampton.gov.uk/people-pl...

 

I would still advise contacting the Allotments team, directly, with any
concerns you wish to raise. They can be contacted at
[2][email address].

 

 

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From: Matterson, Nathan On Behalf Of Information
Sent: 28 May 2019 11:58
To: 'Rosalind Kellett' <[FOI #578911 email]>
Subject: FOI-1920-0222-030832 - FOI request - Kellett - Machinery use at
Muddy bottom Allotments

 

Dear Rosalind Kellett,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request received on 28/05/2019.
It has been determined that you have requested the following information:

 

1.      Please provide a copy of the terms of use/rules in regards to
Muddy Bottom West allotments.

 

Please note, the Freedom of information request process serves to allow
you to request information, and to then be provided with confirmation that
the information exists and copies of this information where possible. It
does not allow us to enforce any amendments or changes to existing rules.

 

As such, if you wish to for part “G15” of the rules to be altered, you
will need to discuss this with the relevant service area directly.  The
allotments team can be contacted at [8][email address].

 

If our interpretation of you request is not correct, please contact
[9][email address] to clarify your request as soon as
possible.

 

Unless clarified otherwise, your request is being dealt with under the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and will be forwarded to the
service area(s) holding the information. Your request will be answered
promptly, and within twenty working days of the date your request was
received.

 

Please note, the service area(s) holding the information may need further
information from you to locate the information sought once they have
received the request, and you will be contacted again should this be
necessary.

 

If you have any queries about this request do not hesitate to contact me.
Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

 

The Council now publishes responses to requests made to it under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004. These responses are available on the Council’s website
– 

 

[10]http://www.southampton.gov.uk/council-de...

 

The Council also routinely publishes information on its Publication
Scheme:

 

[11]http://www.southampton.gov.uk/council-de...

 

If the information you have requested in your current request has been
requested recently then it is likely that our response to that request is
already available to you via the disclosure log or via the Publication
Scheme. You may wish to view our disclosure log and Publication scheme to
ascertain whether the information you are seeking is already published. If
you find the information you are seeking, please let us know accordingly
and we will close your request. If we do not hear from you further we will
continue to process your request in accordance with the relevant
legislation.

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson
Junior Legal Assistant

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3000 (switchboard)

[12]@SouthamptonCC    [13]facebook.com/SotonCC

 

FOI-1920-0222-030832/01169949

This email is confidential but may have to be disclosed under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000, the Data Protection Act 2018, or the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004. If you are not the person or
organisation it was meant for, apologies, please ignore it, delete it, and
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its attachments) is intended only for the use of the person(s) to whom it
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confidential. If it has come to you in error, you must take no action
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5. mailto:[email address]
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8. mailto:[email address]
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Rosalind Kellett left an annotation ()

The information provided by the Council is not the information I asked for..