Breach of planning

Currently waiting for a response from High Peak Borough Council, they should respond promptly and normally no later than (details).

Dear High Peak Borough Council,
I would like to request the information you hold concerning the breach of planning on elmbrook bonsai linglongs road whaley bridge ,details of complainants who reported we are using the site for residential use which is false

Yours faithfully Jane mcgowan

HPBC-Info@infreemation.co.uk,

Your reference number is HPFOI2019/20-0492

 

Thank you for your information request. This is an automated response and
acknowledgement. If you have submitted a request under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (FOIA) or the Environmental Information Regulations
2004 (EIR), your request will be considered and you will receive our
response within the statutory timescale of 20 working days (working days
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If you need to contact the Council, in the meantime, our contact details
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Thank you.

 

Jenny Atherton
Freedom of Information Officer
High Peak Borough Council

Tel:  0345 129 7777

 

HPBC-Info@infreemation.co.uk,

Dear Madam

Thank you for your information request which was received by the Council
on 2 September 2019.  The matter has been dealt with under the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

I am advised that the Council’s response to your information request
regarding the above is as follows.

You ask for the information the Council holds concerning the breach of
planning on Elmbrook Bonsai Linglongs Road, Whaley Bridge. On file we have
an email trail between the Council and the complainant, an email trail
between the Council and yourself, site visit photographs from 2nd
September, 28th August, and 19th August.  Please advise if you require
copies of this information.

The complaint was made by the Town Council on behalf of "a number of
residents".  No details were provided by the Town Council as to the
identities of these residents.

Under the Re-Use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015, you are
free to use any of the information that you have been provided with by the
Council in response to this request.  The information may be re-used
subject to the terms of the [1]Open Government Licence.

If you consider that the Council has failed to comply with a requirement
of the Environmental Information Regulations 2004, you may make
representations in writing to the Council within forty working days of
receiving this letter under Regulation 11 of the 2004 Regulations.  Such
representations should be addressed to the Chief Executive, High Peak
Borough Council, Town Hall, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6EL.  The Council will
consider your representations and any supporting evidence which you may
produce and notify you of the Council’s decision within forty working days
of the date that the Council received your written representations.

If you remain dissatisfied with the outcome of the internal review, you
have the right to appeal to the Information Commissioner at:

FOI/EIR Complaints Resolution
Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

[2]www.ico.org.uk      

For information purposes only, the cost to the Council to respond to this
request is £25.00.

Yours faithfully

 

Jenny Atherton
Freedom of Information Officer 
High Peak Borough Council 

Tel:  0345 129 7777

 

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Dear [email address],
Would please like all information regarding breach of planning on elmbrook bonsai linglongs road from high peak borough council and also whaley bridge town council thankyou Jane mcgowan

Yours sincerely,

Jane mcgowan

HPBC-Info@infreemation.co.uk,

Dear Madam

Thank you for your correspondence received today, 7 October 2019.

I have passed this information to the relevant service area and am
awaiting their response.  I will respond to you shortly.

Yours faithfully

 

Jenny Atherton
Freedom of Information Officer