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Dear Southwark Borough Council,

The Aylesbury Area Action Plan gave a budget in 2009 for the lifetime of the whole 20 year project, Table A7.2.
Public sector funding requirement in £m
Land value deficit 62.98
Infrastructure costs (shortfall after developer contributions) 3.44
Leasehold acquisitions 65.73
CPO enquiry costs 1.50
Re-housing tenants, estate management and community safety 15.39
Demolition 11.28
Land disposal and programme management 9.00
Total 169.32
1. What is the total spend for each of these sectors within the AAAP to date?
2. Please give a breakdown of the costs for each CPO on the estate so far 1a, Site 7 and FDS?
3. Please give a breakdown of Demolition costs so far for each site:
1a,
Site 7,
Plot 18
FDS
4. When the AAAP was being prepared, how many leasehold and freehold properties needed to be included within the £130.422m? What date was it prepared?
5. Did that amount of properties change when the amount was amended to £65.73m in 2009? If so how many properties needed to be included? What date was the amended costs prepared?
6. What was the amount of inflation included within both these AAAP figures?

Yours faithfully,

J.Bos

Regeneration, Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request

Our reference: 852524

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Regeneration, Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request
Our reference: 852524

Dear Madam,

Re: Your request for information: Ref No. 852524

I am writing to advise you that the time limit for responding to your
request for information under the Environmental Information Regulations
2004, which we received on 1 November 2017 needs to be extended:

The Aylesbury Area Action Plan gave a budget in 2009 for the lifetime of
the whole 20 year project, Table A7.2.
Public sector funding requirement in £m Land value deficit 62.98
Infrastructure costs (shortfall after developer contributions) 3.44
Leasehold acquisitions 65.73 CPO enquiry costs 1.50 Re-housing tenants,
estate management and community safety 15.39 Demolition 11.28 Land
disposal and programme management 9.00 Total 169.32
1. What is the total spend for each of these sectors within the AAAP to
date?
2. Please give a breakdown of the costs for each CPO on the estate so far
1a, Site 7 and FDS?
3. Please give a breakdown of Demolition costs so far for each site:
1a,
Site 7,
Plot 18
FDS
4. When the AAAP was being prepared, how many leasehold and freehold
properties needed to be included within the £130.422m? What date was it
prepared?
5. Did that amount of properties change when the amount was amended to
£65.73m in 2009? If so how many properties needed to be included? What
date was the amended costs prepared?
6. What was the amount of inflation included within both these AAAP
figures?The Aylesbury Area Action Plan gave a budget in 2009 for the
lifetime of the whole 20 year project, Table A7.2.
Public sector funding requirement in £m Land value deficit 62.98
Infrastructure costs (shortfall after developer contributions) 3.44
Leasehold acquisitions 65.73 CPO enquiry costs 1.50 Re-housing tenants,
estate management and community safety 15.39 Demolition 11.28 Land
disposal and programme management 9.00 Total 169.32
1. What is the total spend for each of these sectors within the AAAP to
date?
2. Please give a breakdown of the costs for each CPO on the estate so far
1a, Site 7 and FDS?
3. Please give a breakdown of Demolition costs so far for each site:
1a,
Site 7,
Plot 18
FDS
4. When the AAAP was being prepared, how many leasehold and freehold
properties needed to be included within the £130.422m? What date was it
prepared?
5. Did that amount of properties change when the amount was amended to
£65.73m in 2009? If so how many properties needed to be included? What
date was the amended costs prepared?
6. What was the amount of inflation included within both these AAAP
figures?

Please note the Regulations allow us 20 working days to respond to your
request from the date of its receipt. However, it is occasionally
necessary to extend the 20 working day time limit for issuing a response
due to either volume or complexity of the request.   In this case, I
regret that we must extend the time limit for responding by 5 working days
in order to finalise this response.  Therefore, we hope to let you have a
response by 7 December 2015, and will keep you informed of any further
delay.

We apologise sincerely for the inconvenience it may have caused.

If you are unhappy with the service you have received in relation to your
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should write to the Corporate Freedom of Information Manager at:

Corporate Freedom of Information Officer

The Governance Team (2^nd floor)

PO Box 64529
London

 

SE1P 5LX
Email: [1][Southwark Borough Council request email]

 

If you are not content with the outcome of your appeal, you may apply
directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the
Information Commissioner cannot make a decision unless you have first
exhausted our internal appeal procedure and you should contact him within
2 months of the outcome of your internal appeal.

 

Further information is available through the Information Commissioner
at [2]www.ico.org.uk.

Yours faithfully,

 

Martyna Plewniak
Systems Information Project Officer
[email address]

 

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Dear Ms Bos,

 

Re: Your request for information: 852524

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 1 November
2017.

Your request has been dealt with under Environmental Information
Regulations (EIR) 2004 and Freedom of Information Act 2000.

In response to it, we are able to provide the following information:

The Aylesbury Area Action Plan gave a budget in 2009 for the lifetime of
the whole 20 year project, Table A7.2.

Public sector funding requirement in £m

Land value deficit 62.98

Infrastructure costs (shortfall after developer contributions) 3.44

Leasehold acquisitions 65.73

CPO enquiry costs 1.50

Re-housing tenants, estate management and community safety 15.39

Demolition 11.28

Land disposal and programme management 9.00

Total 169.32

 

1.       What is the total spend for each of these sectors within the AAAP
to date?

 

Net expenditure to date under each of the categories set out in the AAAP
is as follows:

·                Land value deficit – £0

·                Infrastructure costs – £0

·                Leasehold acquisitions   - £54.98m

·                CPO enquiry costs - £0.21m 

·                Re-housing tenants, estate management and community
safety - £19.63m

·                Demolition – £4.11m

·                Land disposal and programme management - £0m

 

2.    Please give a breakdown of the costs for each CPO on the estate so
far 1a, Site 7 and FDS?

 

Net CPO costs expended by the council to date:

Site 1a – The council is unable to identify exact costs expended as they
sit within a global property budget

Site 7 – £53,762

Site 1b/1c - £154,539

 

3.       Please give a breakdown of Demolition costs so far for each site:

 

Net demolition costs expended by the council to date:

Site 1a - £0 (L&Q carried out the demolition as part of land transaction)

Site 7 - £0.97m

Plot 18 - £0.110m

Site 1b/1c - £3.025m

 

4.       When the AAAP was being prepared, how many leasehold and freehold
properties needed to be included within the £130.422m? What date was it
prepared?

 

In 2008 there were 510 leasehold and freehold properties within the
Aylesbury regeneration programme.

 

5.       Did that amount of properties change when the amount was amended
to £65.73m in 2009? If so how many properties needed to be included? What
date was the amended costs prepared?

 

The council acquired 18 properties on the Aylesbury estate in 2008/09. 
The Table of Recommended Changes to the Aylesbury Area Action Plan
document was published in by the council May 2009.  Following acquisitions
in 2008/09 this would leave a balance of 492 properties from the start of
the 2009/10 financial year.

 

6.       What was the amount of inflation included within both these AAAP
figures?

 

The position on inflation as part of the assumptions made within the AAAP
is set out within the attached document - Examination-in-public position
paper: Implementation strategies

 

 

If you are unhappy with the service you have received in relation to your
request and wish to make an appeal for a review of our decision, you
should write to the Corporate Freedom of Information Manager at:

Corporate Freedom of Information Officer

The Governance Team (2^nd floor)

PO Box 64529
London

SE1P 5LX
Email: [2][Southwark Borough Council request email]

 

 

If you are not content with the outcome of your appeal, you may apply
directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the
Information Commissioner cannot make a decision unless you have first
exhausted our internal appeal procedure and you should contact him within
2 months of the outcome of your internal appeal.

Further information on the Freedom of Information Act is available through
the Information Commissioner at the:

Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire

SK9 5AF
Telephone: 0303 123 1113
Internet: [3]www.ico.org.uk

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Martyna Plewniak

Systems Information Project Officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The email you received and any files transmitted with it are confidential,
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solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed.
If you have received this in error please notify us immediately. If you
are not the intended recipient of the email or the person responsible for
delivering it to them you may not copy it, forward it or otherwise use it
for any purpose or disclose its contents to any other person. To do so may
be unlawful. Where opinions are expressed in the email they are not
necessarily those of Southwark Council and Southwark Council is not
responsible for any changes made to the message after it has been sent.

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