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Aylesbury Estate Comparative Value transactions

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Dear Southwark Borough Council,

Leaseholders on the Aylesbury Estate being bought back by the council due to the regeneration scheme were originally offered a comparative value property of a similar value.

For those leaseholders that took up that option, please list the block each leaseholder sold their property from on the estate and give the block and postcode of the comparative value property they exchanged there home for stating which year the transaction took place.

Yours faithfully,

J.Bos

Regeneration, Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request
Our reference: 851850

Dear Madam,

Re: Your request for information: 851850

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 31 October
2017 in which you requested:

Leaseholders on the Aylesbury Estate being bought back by the council due
to the regeneration scheme were originally offered a comparative value
property of a similar value.
For those leaseholders that took up that option, please list the block
each leaseholder sold their property from on the estate and give the block
and postcode of the comparative value property they exchanged there home
for stating which year the transaction took place.

Your request is being dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
and you will receive a response within 20 working days of the date that we
received your request.
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may restrict the release of the requested information. There will be an
assessment and if any of the exemptions categories apply then the
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Yours faithfully,

 

Martyna Plewniak
Systems Information Project Officer
[email address]

 

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Regeneration, Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request

Our reference: 851850

Dear Regeneration,

I have not had a response to my FOI request and the law states that you must respond within 20 working days, This time has well and truly passed. Please respond immediately as this is needed for my Proof of Evidence for the Public Inquiry we will be attending.

Yours sincerely,

J.Bos

CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

Dear Ms Bos,

Please note that I sent out the below holding response to you on 29 November. We apologise if it did not reach you. I will investigate the issue with our IT team.

Unfortunately we will require a further 2 working days to finalise the response and provide you with it by close of business on Friday, 8 December.

We apologise sincerely for the inconvenience it may have caused.

Yours sincerely,

Martyna Plewniak
Systems Information Project Officer

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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 request and wish to make an appeal for a review of our decision, you should write to the Corporate Freedom of Information Manager at:

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Email: [Southwark Borough Council request email]

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

Yours faithfully,

Martyna Plewniak
Systems Information Project Officer
[email address]

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Dear CEXaccessinfo,

Thank you for your response however the delayed response that you are legally required to answer within 20 working days from 31st October 2017 is below, 851850, not what you have stated in today's reply which is another request of mine.

Leaseholders on the Aylesbury Estate being bought back by the council due to the regeneration scheme were originally offered a comparative value property of a similar value.

For those leaseholders that took up that option, please list the block each leaseholder sold their property from on the estate and give the block and postcode of the comparative value property they exchanged there home for stating which year the transaction took place.

Yours sincerely,

J.Bos

CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

Dear Ms Bos,

This response was also provided on 31 October 2017. Again, a technical issue must have accrued if you did not receive it, which I apologise for on behalf of the council.

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Southwark Council - Information request

Our reference: 851850

Dear Madam,

Re: Your request for information: 851850

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 31 October 2017 in which you requested:

Leaseholders on the Aylesbury Estate being bought back by the council due to the regeneration scheme were originally offered a comparative value property of a similar value.

For those leaseholders that took up that option, please list the block each leaseholder sold their property from on the estate and give the block and postcode of the comparative value property they exchanged there home for stating which year the transaction took place.

Your request has been dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please note that no leaseholders on the Aylesbury estate moved under the council’s comparative value transaction policy.

You are free to use the information provided for your own purposes, including any non-commercial research you are doing and for the purposes of news reporting. Any other re-use, for example commercial publication, requires the permission of the copyright holder. You may apply for permission to re-use this information by submitting a request to [Southwark Borough Council request email]; you can find details on these arrangements at http://www.southwark.gov.uk/YourCouncil/.... Detailed advice about the Reuse of Public Sector Information Regulations (PSI) 2005 is available from the Office of Public Sector Information at: http://www.opsi.gov.uk/advice/index.htm.

If you have any queries or concerns then please contact us using the above details.

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

Yours faithfully,

Martyna Plewniak
Systems Information Project Officer
[email address]

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