Darrell Sturmey

Dear Bournemouth Borough Council,

As a Stakeholder for the 'Taylor Review' as instigated by Theresa May (Prime Minister), please could you disclose the Bournemouth Borough Council Employee profiles as a percentage of 100% or using actual numbers based upon that which existed at the start of this Tax year (2017).

Please could you catagorise the profile as follows:
1. Part Time Employees.
2. Full Time Employees.
3. Temporary/Seasonal Employees.
4. Volunteers.
5. Other.

Yours faithfully,

Darrell Sturmey

Enquiries CED, Bournemouth Borough Council

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Dear Mr Sturmey,

 

Reference: Freedom of Information request – Bournemouth Borough Council -
Employee Profiles

 

Thank you for your request for information which was received by the
Council on the 14^th July 2017.

 

As previously advised Section 17(6) of the Act allows the Council to not
issue a refusal notice to any further vexatious or repeated requests on
the same or similar topics.

 

An Internal Review was completed by the Council for a previous request and
as you were dissatisfied with the outcome you referred the matter to the
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). This complaint is currently still
open and being considered by the ICO.

 

Bournemouth Borough Council will not respond or conduct an Internal Review
in relation to this new request as its position remains unchanged.

 

If you are dissatisfied with this response please contact the Information
Commissioner. Contact details can be found at: [1]https://ico.org.uk/     

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Leah Dover

 

Access to Information Officer

Legal and Democratic

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Darrell Sturmey

Dear Information Governance,

I am concerned that there may be a Technical problem or a Rogue employee or a Robotic intervention, or other.

I have submitted a few simple and indeed basic FOI requests on different and unrelated subjects but keep getting identical responses back.

Please can this be investigated by a Legal Director who is accountable by LAW.

Please let me know once you have sorted out your problems/issues/shortcomings/failures.

This will then instill some credibility into the Council proceedings and assure me that this has been resolved and I can then expect my FOI requests to be honoured in the spirit of FOI.

Please accept my profound apology should I have misunderstood matters.

Yours sincerely,

Darrell Sturmey

Dear Bournemouth Borough Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Bournemouth Borough Council's handling of my FOI request 'Bournemouth Borough Council - Employee Profiles'.

Please note that the Information Commissioners Office is investigating the possibility that Bournemouth Borough Council may be wrongly or out of malice, etc claiming FOI requests are vexatious when they may not be which is abusive and those guilty should be given training or sacked as appropriate.

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

Yours faithfully,

Darrell Sturmey

Bournemouth Borough Council Enquiries, Bournemouth Borough Council

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install free energy saving measures – such as low energy LED lightbulbs,
smart extension leads, reflective radiator panels and draught-proofing to
wooden windows and doors (subject to the suitability of your home).

 

Phone to book your free home visit on 0800 060 7567 (8.45am till 5.30pm,
Monday to Friday) or apply online anytime at:
[3]https://www.applyforleap.org.uk/ If you know other people who you think
could benefit from this service, please tell them.

Kind Regards,

Customer Service team

Bournemouth Borough Council

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Dear Bournemouth Borough Council,

As I have been waiting since September 2017 for a response to my request for an Internal Review and where Bournemouth Borough Council in their opinion initially claimed my FOI request was vexatious.

It is reasonable to assume Bournemouth Borough Council are not prepared to honour my FOI request so I will close it down as Refused.

Should Bournemouth Borough Council decide to honour my FOI request then please let me know where I will open up another request as appropriate.

Yours faithfully,

Darrell Sturmey

Bournemouth Borough Council Enquiries, Bournemouth Borough Council

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Many Bournemouth residents can get lots of free help to cut energy bills.
You are eligible if someone in your household receives certain benefits,
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full details. If you are eligible, a Home Energy Advisor will visit and
install free energy saving measures – such as low energy LED lightbulbs,
smart extension leads, reflective radiator panels and draught-proofing to
wooden windows and doors (subject to the suitability of your home).

 

Phone to book your free home visit on 0800 060 7567 (8.45am till 5.30pm,
Monday to Friday) or apply online anytime at:
[4]https://www.applyforleap.org.uk/ If you know other people who you think
could benefit from this service, please tell them.

Kind Regards,

Customer Service team

Bournemouth Borough Council

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