Bristol Property Board meetings

Joseph Lloyd made this Freedom of Information request to Homes England

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Dear Homes England,

I wish to see all minutes,agendas and briefing notes for the Bristol Property Board meetings.

Yours faithfully,

Joseph Lloyd

Info Gov, Homes England

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Dear Mr Lloyd,

Please find attached correspondence relating to your request for information which we are processing in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Kind Regards,
The Information Governance Team
Homes England

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Windsor House – 6th Floor – 50 Victoria Street – London - SW1H 0TL
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Dear Mr Lloyd,

Please find attached correspondence relating to your request for information which we are processing in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Kind Regards,
The Information Governance Team
Homes England

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House – 6th Floor – 50 Victoria Street – London - SW1H 0TL @HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We’re the government’s housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

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Dear Mr Lloyd,

Please find attached correspondence relating to your request for information which we are processing in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Kind Regards,
The Information Governance Team
Homes England

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House – 6th Floor – 50 Victoria Street – London - SW1H 0TL @HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We’re the government’s housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

OFFICIAL

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ICO states;

The law says you can have a “reasonable” extension of time to consider the public interest test. We consider that this should normally be no more than an extra 20 working days, which is 40 working days in total to deal with the request. Any extension beyond this time should be exceptional and you must be able to justify it.

To claim this extra time, you must:

contact the requester in writing within the standard time for compliance;
specify which exemption(s) you are seeking to rely on; and
give an estimate of when you will have completed the public interest test.
You must identify the relevant exemptions and ensure they can be applied in this case, for example, by considering the prejudice test before you do this. You cannot use the extra time for considering whether an exemption applies. You should release any information that is not covered by an exemption within the standard time.

When you have come to a conclusion on the balance of the public interest, you should:

disclose the information; or
write to the requester explaining why you have found that the public interest favours maintaining the exemption.

https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/gui...

Homes England cannot apply for extra time twice, like they have here.

Info Gov, Homes England

Dear Mr Lloyd,

We are writing to inform you that unfortunately we have not yet finalised our response to your request.

We are currently reviewing the information held to ascertain the public interest in disclosure. There is a large amount of information that falls within scope and this review is ongoing.

We are working to provide our full response as soon as possible. We will write to update you on progress on 22 January if a response has not already been issued by that date.

We apologise for the delay.

Kind Regards,
The Information Governance Team
Homes England

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House – 6th Floor – 50 Victoria Street – London - SW1H 0TL @HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
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Info Gov, Homes England

Dear Mr Lloyd,

Per our email below I am writing to provide an update regarding issue of your request.

I am sorry to advise that our response has not yet been finalised. This is because, as below, we are still considering the public interest in release of the information, of which there is a large amount to review.

We will write again to update you on progress on 5 February if a response has not already been issued by that date.

We apologise for the delay you are experiencing and are working to provide our response as soon as possible.

Kind Regards,
The Information Governance Team
Homes England

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House – 6th Floor – 50 Victoria Street – London - SW1H 0TL
@HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We’re the government’s housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

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Dear Info Gov,

Thank you for your efforts thus far but please do not delay the response to this request beyond 5 February.

Yours sincerely,

Joseph Lloyd

Info Gov, Homes England

Dear Mr Lloyd,

Thank you for your understanding. We will issue our response as soon as possible.

Kind Regards,
Josephine Organ-Jennings
On behalf of the Information Governance Team

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House - 6th Floor - 50 Victoria Street - London - SW1H 0TL
@HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We're the government's housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

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Info Gov, Homes England

Dear Mr Lloyd,

I am writing to update you regarding this response.

Unfortunately we are not able to issue this response today. This is because as you may be aware, the Bristol Property Board involves many parties and we are seeking these third party views regarding the information that we hold. We are still awaiting responses.

We will provide an update next Friday (12 February 2021) if we have not already issued the response by then.

Kind Regards,
Josephine Organ-Jennings
On behalf of the Information Governance Team

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House - 6th Floor - 50 Victoria Street - London - SW1H 0TL
@HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We're the government's housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

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Dear Info Gov,

You responded to the wrong wdtk request. You need to respond to this one going forward:

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/b...

Yours sincerely,

Joseph Lloyd

Dear Info Gov,

Please ignore my previous message I was mistaken.

Sorry for the confusion,
Joseph Lloyd

Dear Info Gov,

Any update on this?

Yours sincerely,

Joseph Lloyd

Info Gov, Homes England

Dear Mr Lloyd,

I apologise that we have not updated you regarding this request sooner.

We have still been awaiting responses from third parties regarding your request, which is the reason for the continued delay.

We have now given the third parties a final deadline for views and therefore hope to issue this response to you imminently.

Kind Regards,
Josephine Organ-Jennings
On behalf of the Information Governance Team

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House - 6th Floor - 50 Victoria Street - London - SW1H 0TL
@HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We're the government's housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

OFFICIAL

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Dear Joseph Lloyd,

Please find attached our response to your request for information which we processed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

We sincerely apologise for the delay in issue.

Kind Regards,
The Information Governance Team
Homes England

Switchboard: 0300 1234 500
Windsor House – 6th Floor – 50 Victoria Street – London - SW1H 0TL
@HomesEngland

#MakingHomesHappen
We’re the government’s housing accelerator. We have the appetite, influence, expertise and resources to drive positive market change. Find out more and help make this happen.

OFFICIAL

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