Bearpit eviction and clean up costs

Waiting for an internal review by Bristol City Council of their handling of this request.

Dear Bristol City Council,

Please provide a detailed list of the St james Roundabout (also known as the bearpit) eviction and clean up costs, please also include the ongoing security costs.

I will need to know whose budget this was drawn from and who authorised the spending.

Yours faithfully,

Richard Carey

No Reply @ Bristol, Bristol City Council

Dear Richard Carey 
This is a courtesy email to let you know your Public Information
Request has been received on : 08/07/2019. 
Your unique reference number is "CRN00235139 ". Please keep this
number safe, as you may be required to provide it in the future. 
If you need to add further information concerning your case or
require an update about your response date, please email
[email address
Customer Relations Team


Council services:
Latest council news:

"No Reply @ Bristol" <>, Bristol City Council

Dear Mr Carey
Thank you for submitting your Public Information Request dated 08/07/2019. Your unique reference for this case is CRN00235139 , please use should you need to get in touch with us in the future. 
The details of the case raised are as follows

show quoted sections

Dear Bristol City Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Bristol City Council's handling of my FOI request 'Bearpit eviction and clean up costs'.

Please can you explain why you have breached your timescales?

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:

Yours faithfully,

Richard Carey

"Customer Relations Team" <>, Bristol City Council

1 Attachment

You sent us a Freedom of Information request on 08/07/2019

Your request number is CRN00235139

Our reply to your request is:  

Please find attached the current cost of the recent Bearpit clean-up
cost as you have requested.

The budget would have come from Growth and Regeneration Directorate
and this would have been authorised by the Councils Chief Executive.


This response should answer your request in full.

If you’re not satisfied with our response, or if you want to appeal
against any exemptions:

Email: [1][Bristol City Council request email]
Write to: Customer Relations (100TS), PO Box 3176, Bristol, BS3 9FS

If you’re still not satisfied with our response:

You can complain to the Information Commissioner. 
Find out how to do this on the Information Commissioner Office
 (link to [2]


You do not own the copyright to any of the information we give you.
Copyright may be owned by the council or by a third party.

You are not allowed to:

·         make a copy of the information

·         use the information commercially

If you want to copy or use the information in any way you should ask
us for permission in writing first. We can’t give permission if it is
from a third party.


Kind regards

Bristol City Council

Privacy statement


Information about how Bristol City Council uses, stores and processes
personal data, can be found on


For the purposes of this scheme, Bristol City Council will only be
collecting, storing and processing business and organisational data,
and will only be sharing this non-personal data  with organisations /
charities as agreed.


Council services:
Latest council news:


Visible links
1. mailto:[Bristol City Council request email]

Dear "Customer Relations Team" <[email address]>,

Good Morning,

Please can you detail all of these payments properly, some are only named with a date and only two columns are complete.

Yours sincerely,

Richard Carey