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Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations

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Dear Greater Cambridge City Deal Board,

The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note 1 that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt of a full report from Atkins.

I therefore request all copies and versions of the Atkins report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations' June 2016.

I would also like all email correspondence between Atkins and the following officers;
1.Ashley Heller
2. Adrian Shepherd
3. Bob Menzies
4. Graham Hughes

and any email correspondence between the above mentioned officers in regards to park and ride locations sites 1, 2 and 3, Scotland Farm and Crome Lea from January 2016 to 23 December 2016.

Yours faithfully,

Ms S Johal

City Deal, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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Dear Ms Johal

Re: Freedom of Information Request ref 7350

Thank you for your email. Your request will be dealt with in line with the Freedom of Information Act and its regulations. In accordance with the Act, the Council aims to respond to all requests within 20 working days, in this instance by 25 January.

If we require further information, clarification or a fee in order to fulfil your request we will contact you again. Please quote the reference number above in all future correspondence concerning this request.

Yours sincerely,

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Bartol-Bibb Anna, Greater Cambridge Partnership

Dear Ms Johal

 

I write with reference to your below request of 23 December 2016 regarding
the Atkins Report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations'.

 

We have had a chance to review your request and the correspondence about
which you are enquiring in the second and third parts of your request
represents, to our best estimates, several thousand emails. Compiling
evidence of all the email correspondence you request would therefore
require an unreasonable diversion of Council resources.

 

I have to advise you that this means that if your request is pursued in
its current form,  it will probably be refused in accordance with
Environmental Information Regulation 12(4)(b):

 

12(4) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(a), a public authority may refuse
to disclose information to the extent that -

(b) the request for information is manifestly unreasonable

 

I would therefore like to invite you to redefine the scope of your request
such that it is something we can reasonably be expected to respond to. If
you were to specify a more narrow date range for both sets of
correspondence about which you are enquiring, for instance, we would
probably be able to respond to your request.

 

Your request will be placed on hold until we receive a response. Once
clarification as to the scope of your request has been provided, your
request will be progressed and the twenty working day time limit for
response will recommence. 

 

If we have no further correspondence from you within three months of the
date of this email, i.e. by 24/04/2017, then the Council will assume that
you no longer require the information and your request will be closed
without further correspondence.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Anna Bartol-Bibb

 

Policy & Business Development

Economy, Transport & Environment

01223 743 872

 

 

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ETE Policy and Business Support, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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Dear Ms. Johal,

 

I write with reference to your request of 24 January 2017 (amending a
request of 23 December 2016), regarding the City Deal Atkins Report A428
Study Phase2 Park and Ride Locations.

Please find attached our response.

 

I hope this information is helpful but if you are unhappy with the service
you have received in relation to your request and wish to make a complaint
or request a review, you should write to Catherine Preston, Information
Governance Manager, Box SH1001, Shire Hall, Cambridge CB3 0AP or email
[1][email address] within 40 days of the date of
this letter.

 

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, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9
5AF.

 

Generally, the ICO will not undertake a review or make a decision on a
request until the internal review process has been completed.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

Anna Bartol-Bibb

 

Policy & Business Development

Economy, Transport & Environment

01223 743 872

 

 

 

 

 

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Dear Bartol-Bibb Anna,

Re: FOI Request 7350

Dear Bartol-Bibb,

Thank you for your letter dated 30 Jan 2017 regarding FOI request reference 7350.

I am extremely concerned by your answer to my second question. You state;

“Cambridgeshire County Council is at present experiencing technical issues that are preventing staff from accessing their archived emails. It has, therefore, not been possible to collate the requested copies of correspondence.”

The implication of this response is that, to answer my request, you have asked the officers mentioned to look in their archive email and supply to you the emails that they consider form part of my request. I can understand that the officers might be invited to view data that is to be released, but they should not be selecting the data that is to be released. That decision should be made by an individual that can make an objective assessment of data that is covered by a request under the terms of the applicable Act.

Please can you clarify, as a matter of urgency, the process that has been followed and give me an assurance that, the selection of exactly what information is covered by my request, has been made by the appropriate responsible individual and not by the officers concerned?

Can you also clarify that you are looking at all emails sent and received and not just those emails that the officers have chosen to store to an archive folder?

It does not require the officers mentioned to identify the data covered by this request. The overall dataset covered by my request is precisely and objectively defined by source and destination emails addresses.

You go on to state;
'Once the difficulties around accessing the email archives have been resolved, the response to this request will be updated to include all copies of correspondence which the council would normally be able to provide but which are inaccessible at this point in time'.

I do not regard this response as sufficient and if you can’t improve upon this response I would ask that you submit my question to your internal review process. These emails could form a very important input into the decision-making process for the Cambourne to Cambridge transport corridor. The Board is considering spending as much as £200 million. This decision should be made with the full facts available.

In particular, I would like to know:
• When will this problem be solved? This should be looked at with some urgency. Given some of the sensitive work that the council engages in, an inability to access historic emails must surely place you in breach of statutory requirements.
• When did the technology officers first aware of this problem?
• Is any subset of this information available? For example, are the send and receive logs available on the email server so you might be able to provide a list of all emails with subjects. I note that the FOI guidance suggests that partial information should initially be made available where there are difficulties making the full data immediately available. Your email server should make such searches very easy.
• You should at least be able to provide copies of any emails the are still residing in officers’ inboxes.
• Does your Atkins contract allow you to ask Atkins to provide this information?
I look forward to receiving your reply.

Kind Regards

Susan Johal

Yours sincerely,

Susan Johal

Dear Greater Cambridge City Deal Board,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Greater Cambridge City Deal Board's handling of my FOI request 'Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations' FOI 7350.

I originally made a request on 23 December 2016 and asked for the following information;

The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note 1 that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt of a full report from Atkins.

I therefore request all copies and versions of the Atkins report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations' June 2016.

I would also like all email correspondence between Atkins and the following officers;
1.Ashley Heller
2. Adrian Shepherd
3. Bob Menzies
4. Graham Hughes

and any email correspondence between the above mentioned officers in regards to park and ride locations sites 1, 2 and 3, Scotland Farm and Crome Lea from January 2016 to 23 December 2016.

I received the following response;

Dear Ms Johal

I write with reference to your below request of 23 December 2016 regarding
the Atkins Report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations'.

We have had a chance to review your request and the correspondence about
which you are enquiring in the second and third parts of your request
represents, to our best estimates, several thousand emails. Compiling
evidence of all the email correspondence you request would therefore
require an unreasonable diversion of Council resources.

I have to advise you that this means that if your request is pursued in
its current form, it will probably be refused in accordance with
Environmental Information Regulation 12(4)(b):

12(4) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(a), a public authority may refuse
to disclose information to the extent that -
(b) the request for information is manifestly unreasonable

I would therefore like to invite you to redefine the scope of your request
such that it is something we can reasonably be expected to respond to. If
you were to specify a more narrow date range for both sets of
correspondence about which you are enquiring, for instance, we would
probably be able to respond to your request.

Your request will be placed on hold until we receive a response. Once
clarification as to the scope of your request has been provided, your
request will be progressed and the twenty working day time limit for
response will recommence.

If we have no further correspondence from you within three months of the
date of this email, i.e. by 24/04/2017, then the Council will assume that
you no longer require the information and your request will be closed
without further correspondence.

Yours sincerely,

Anna Bartol-Bibb

In light of this, I refined my request as follows;

Dear FOI,

I am disappointed that the whole of my request has been denied. I am certain the part of my request could have been responded to. I will however redefine my request as follows;

1. The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note 1 that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt of a full report from Atkins.

I therefore request all copies and versions (whether in Word or PDF format including any tracked changes made by officers) of the Atkins report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations' June 2016.

2. I also request all correspondence including emails between Ashley Heller and/ or Adrian Shepherd to and from Atkins from March 2016 to 30 June 2016.

Yours sincerely,

Susan Johal

On 30 January 2017, I received the following response;

Response to Request for Information
Reference: Date:
Type of request
7350

30/01/2017

Environmental Information Request

Atkins Report A428 Study – Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations
The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study – Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt from a full report from Atkins.
I therefore request all copies and versions (whether in Word or PDF format including any tracked changes made by officers) of the Atkins report ‘A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations’ June 2016.
The Technical Note to which the applicant refers (included in Appendix 1), is not an excerpt from a full report from Atkins.

The statements within the document itself that the note is ‘a summary of the analysis which underpins recommendations on potential Park and Ride locations along the A428, west of Cambridge’ and ‘is part of the wider A428 study’, may have been taken to indicate that there exists a single, discrete report, produced by Atkins (entitled ‘A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations’ or similar) which expands upon the Technical Note but this is not the case.

We therefore cannot provide any copies or versions of the report requested as it is not something which exists.
If you are interested in what reports have come out of the wider A428 study, you can find links to them on the Cambourne to Cambridge- better bus journeys webpage.

Cambridgeshire County Council is at present experiencing technical issues that are preventing staff from accessing their archived emails. It has, therefore, not been possible to collate the requested copies of correspondence.

Once the difficulties around accessing the email archives have been resolved, the response to this request will be updated to include all copies of correspondence which the council would normally be able to provide but which are inaccessible at this point in time.

I also request all correspondence including emails between Ashley Heller and/or Adrian Shepherd to and from Atkins from March 2016 and 30 June 2016

I responded as follows;

I am extremely concerned to the answer received to my second question. You state;

“Cambridgeshire County Council is at present experiencing technical issues that are preventing staff from accessing their archived emails. It has, therefore, not been possible to collate the requested copies of correspondence.”

The implication of this response is that, to answer my request, you have asked the officers mentioned to look in their archive email and supply to you the emails that they consider form part of my request. I can understand that the officers might be invited to view data that is to be released, but they should not be selecting the data that is to be released. That decision should be made by an individual that can make an objective assessment of data that is covered by a request under the terms of the applicable Act.

Please can you clarify, as a matter of urgency, the process that has been followed and give me an assurance that, the selection of exactly what information is covered by my request, has been made by the appropriate responsible individual and not by the officers concerned?

Can you also clarify that you are looking at all emails sent and received and not just those emails that the officers have chosen to store to an archive folder?

It does not require the officers mentioned to identify the data covered by this request. The overall dataset covered by my request is precisely and objectively defined by source and destination emails addresses.

You go on to state;
'Once the difficulties around accessing the email archives have been resolved, the response to this request will be updated to include all copies of correspondence which the council would normally be able to provide but which are inaccessible at this point in time'.

I do not regard this response as sufficient and if you can’t improve upon this response I would ask that you submit my question to your internal review process. These emails could form a very important input into the decision-making process for the Cambourne to Cambridge transport corridor. The Board is considering spending as much as £200 million. This decision should be made with the full facts available.

In particular, I would like to know:
• When will this problem be solved? This should be looked at with some urgency. Given some of the sensitive work that the council engages in, an inability to access historic emails must surely place you in breach of statutory requirements.
• When did the technology officers first aware of this problem?
• Is any subset of this information available? For example, are the send and receive logs available on the email server so you might be able to provide a list of all emails with subjects. I note that the FOI guidance suggests that partial information should initially be made available where there are difficulties making the full data immediately available. Your email server should make such searches very easy.
• You should at least be able to provide copies of any emails the are still residing in officers’ inboxes.
• Does your Atkins contract allow you to ask Atkins to provide this information?
I look forward to receiving your reply.

Kind Regards

Susan Johal

I would therefore ask you to investigate;

1. Why the exact documents that underpin the Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations June 2016 have not been sent to me in both Word and PDF format. I have been referred to the GCCity Deal website but I can see no documents that would have been used to inform this document in particular an assessment on Scotland Farm and Crome Lea Farm.

2. I was advised that once the difficulties in accessing archived emails had been resolved that I would be the sent the relevant emails. Given that the response was sent to me on 30 January 2017, please investigate why as of todays date, 21 February 2017, I am still awaiting the emails.

3. I had asked if the response could not be met in full that it was escalated to an Internal Review. This does not appear to have happened and I would be grateful of an explanation.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/a...

Yours faithfully,

Susan Johal

City Deal, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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Dear Greater Cambridge City Deal Board,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Greater Cambridge City Deal Board's handling of my FOI request 'Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations'.
Dear Greater Cambridge City Deal Board,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Greater Cambridge City Deal Board's handling of my FOI request 'Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations' FOI 7350.

I originally made a request on 23 December 2016 and asked for the following information;

The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note 1 that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt of a full report from Atkins.

I therefore request all copies and versions of the Atkins report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations' June 2016.

I would also like all email correspondence between Atkins and the following officers;
1.Ashley Heller
2. Adrian Shepherd
3. Bob Menzies
4. Graham Hughes

and any email correspondence between the above mentioned officers in regards to park and ride locations sites 1, 2 and 3, Scotland Farm and Crome Lea from January 2016 to 23 December 2016.

I received the following response;

Dear Ms Johal

I write with reference to your below request of 23 December 2016 regarding
the Atkins Report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations'.

We have had a chance to review your request and the correspondence about
which you are enquiring in the second and third parts of your request
represents, to our best estimates, several thousand emails. Compiling
evidence of all the email correspondence you request would therefore
require an unreasonable diversion of Council resources.

I have to advise you that this means that if your request is pursued in
its current form, it will probably be refused in accordance with
Environmental Information Regulation 12(4)(b):

12(4) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(a), a public authority may refuse
to disclose information to the extent that -
(b) the request for information is manifestly unreasonable

I would therefore like to invite you to redefine the scope of your request
such that it is something we can reasonably be expected to respond to. If
you were to specify a more narrow date range for both sets of
correspondence about which you are enquiring, for instance, we would
probably be able to respond to your request.

Your request will be placed on hold until we receive a response. Once
clarification as to the scope of your request has been provided, your
request will be progressed and the twenty working day time limit for
response will recommence.

If we have no further correspondence from you within three months of the
date of this email, i.e. by 24/04/2017, then the Council will assume that
you no longer require the information and your request will be closed
without further correspondence.

Yours sincerely,

Anna Bartol-Bibb

In light of this, I refined my request as follows;

Dear FOI,

I am disappointed that the whole of my request has been denied. I am certain the part of my request could have been responded to. I will however redefine my request as follows;

1. The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note 1 that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt of a full report from Atkins.

I therefore request all copies and versions (whether in Word or PDF format including any tracked changes made by officers) of the Atkins report 'A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations' June 2016.

2. I also request all correspondence including emails between Ashley Heller and/ or Adrian Shepherd to and from Atkins from March 2016 to 30 June 2016.

Yours sincerely,

Susan Johal

On 30 January 2017, I received the following response;

Response to Request for Information
Reference: Date:
Type of request
7350

30/01/2017

Environmental Information Request

Atkins Report A428 Study – Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations
The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board report dated 13 October 2016 contained a technical note that referred to an Atkins Report A428 Study – Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations 3 June 2016. This is an excerpt from a full report from Atkins.
I therefore request all copies and versions (whether in Word or PDF format including any tracked changes made by officers) of the Atkins report ‘A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations’ June 2016.
The Technical Note to which the applicant refers (included in Appendix 1), is not an excerpt from a full report from Atkins.

The statements within the document itself that the note is ‘a summary of the analysis which underpins recommendations on potential Park and Ride locations along the A428, west of Cambridge’ and ‘is part of the wider A428 study’, may have been taken to indicate that there exists a single, discrete report, produced by Atkins (entitled ‘A428 Study Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations’ or similar) which expands upon the Technical Note but this is not the case.

We therefore cannot provide any copies or versions of the report requested as it is not something which exists.
If you are interested in what reports have come out of the wider A428 study, you can find links to them on the Cambourne to Cambridge- better bus journeys webpage.

Cambridgeshire County Council is at present experiencing technical issues that are preventing staff from accessing their archived emails. It has, therefore, not been possible to collate the requested copies of correspondence.

Once the difficulties around accessing the email archives have been resolved, the response to this request will be updated to include all copies of correspondence which the council would normally be able to provide but which are inaccessible at this point in time.

I also request all correspondence including emails between Ashley Heller and/or Adrian Shepherd to and from Atkins from March 2016 and 30 June 2016

I responded as follows;

I am extremely concerned to the answer received to my second question. You state;

“Cambridgeshire County Council is at present experiencing technical issues that are preventing staff from accessing their archived emails. It has, therefore, not been possible to collate the requested copies of correspondence.”

The implication of this response is that, to answer my request, you have asked the officers mentioned to look in their archive email and supply to you the emails that they consider form part of my request. I can understand that the officers might be invited to view data that is to be released, but they should not be selecting the data that is to be released. That decision should be made by an individual that can make an objective assessment of data that is covered by a request under the terms of the applicable Act.

Please can you clarify, as a matter of urgency, the process that has been followed and give me an assurance that, the selection of exactly what information is covered by my request, has been made by the appropriate responsible individual and not by the officers concerned?

Can you also clarify that you are looking at all emails sent and received and not just those emails that the officers have chosen to store to an archive folder?

It does not require the officers mentioned to identify the data covered by this request. The overall dataset covered by my request is precisely and objectively defined by source and destination emails addresses.

You go on to state;
'Once the difficulties around accessing the email archives have been resolved, the response to this request will be updated to include all copies of correspondence which the council would normally be able to provide but which are inaccessible at this point in time'.

I do not regard this response as sufficient and if you can’t improve upon this response I would ask that you submit my question to your internal review process. These emails could form a very important input into the decision-making process for the Cambourne to Cambridge transport corridor. The Board is considering spending as much as £200 million. This decision should be made with the full facts available.

In particular, I would like to know:
• When will this problem be solved? This should be looked at with some urgency. Given some of the sensitive work that the council engages in, an inability to access historic emails must surely place you in breach of statutory requirements.
• When did the technology officers first aware of this problem?
• Is any subset of this information available? For example, are the send and receive logs available on the email server so you might be able to provide a list of all emails with subjects. I note that the FOI guidance suggests that partial information should initially be made available where there are difficulties making the full data immediately available. Your email server should make such searches very easy.
• You should at least be able to provide copies of any emails the are still residing in officers’ inboxes.
• Does your Atkins contract allow you to ask Atkins to provide this information?
I look forward to receiving your reply.

Kind Regards

Susan Johal

I would therefore ask you to investigate;

1. Why the exact documents that underpin the Atkins Report A428 Study - Phase 2 Park and Ride Locations June 2016 have not been sent to me in both Word and PDF format. I have been referred to the GCCity Deal website but I can see no documents that would have been used to inform this document in particular an assessment on Scotland Farm and Crome Lea Farm.

2. I was advised that once the difficulties in accessing archived emails had been resolved that I would be the sent the relevant emails. Given that the response was sent to me on 30 January 2017, please investigate why as of todays date, 21 February 2017, I am still awaiting the emails.

3. I had asked if the response could not be met in full that it was escalated to an Internal Review. This does not appear to have happened and I would be grateful of an explanation.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/a...

Yours faithfully,

Susan Johal

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/a...

Yours faithfully,

Susan Johal

City Deal, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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If your query requires a response, please treat this message as confirmation of your e-mail being received by us. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you are requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act, please also complete the form online at http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/info/20....

Once again, thank you for contacting the Greater Cambridge City Deal.

Kind regards,

The Greater Cambridge City Deal Team

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Dear Greater Cambridge City Deal Board,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

Internal Review. -FOI 7350

Please respond to my request for an internal review lodged on 21 February 2017. . If I do not receive a full and proper response within 7 days, I will be left with no alternative but to raise a complaint with the Commissioner.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/a...

Yours faithfully,

Susan Johal

City Deal, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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Thank you for contacting the Greater Cambridge City Deal Team. Your comments are important to us and every message is read by a member of the Greater Cambridge City Deal Team.

If your query requires a response, please treat this message as confirmation of your e-mail being received by us. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you are requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act, please also complete the form online at http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/info/20....

Once again, thank you for contacting the Greater Cambridge City Deal.

Kind regards,

The Greater Cambridge City Deal Team

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I have already requested an internal review. Please see previous emails.

Yours sincerely,

Susan Johal

City Deal, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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Dear Susan Johal,

 

I write with reference to your request received on 23 December 2016
regarding: City Deal – Atkins report A428 Study phase 2 Park & Ride.

 

Please find attached the requested information.

 

We are extremely sorry for the delay in providing a response to your
request. We acknowledge that there are statutory deadlines under the
legislation that we are obliged to comply with and apologise for the fact
that we were unable to do so in this case.

 

I hope this information is helpful but if you are unhappy with the service
you have received in relation to your request, please let me know.

 

Should you wish to make a formal complaint or request a review, you should
write to Information Management Team, at either
[1][email address] or by post at Box OCT1224, Shire Hall,
Cambridge CB3 0AP within 40 days of the date of this e-mail.

 

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, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9
5AF, or via their website: [2]https://ico.org.uk/.

 

Generally, the ICO will not undertake a review or make a decision on a
request until the internal review process has been completed.

 

With kind regards

 

Tessa.

 

 

Tessa Adams

Policy and Business Development Officer

Policy and Business Development Team

Economy, Transport and Environment

 

 

 

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