Cable Ties

Mr W Waterson made this Freedom of Information request to Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland

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Dear Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland,

From recorded information you hold under the FOIA 2000, who is now responsible for removing the cable ties that were used to hold in place election posters on lamp posts & street furniture from elections past that still remains attached to the lamp posts & street furniture to this day?

Yours faithfully,

Mr W Waterson

info, Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland

Thank you for your email.

The Electoral Office does not hold the requested information.

Kind regards,

Claire McGrattan
Information Officer
Electoral Office for NI
2nd Floor, St Anne's House
15 Church Street
Belfast BT1 1ER

Tel: 028 9044 6666
Email: [email address]
Web: www.eoni.org.uk
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Dear info,

Under obligation under FOIA 2000, could you direct me to where I could find this information.

Yours sincerely,

Mr W Waterson

Dear info,

For your information.

Good practice in providing advice and assistance, please see:

http://ico.org.uk/for_organisations/guid...

Yours sincerely,

Mr W Waterson

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Public authorities are under a duty to provide advice and assistance to individuals making requests for information under both the FOIA and the EIR.

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good practice in relation to the duty to provide advice and assistance under section 16 of the FOIA and regulation 9 of the EIR.

McGrattan, Claire, Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland

Thank you for your email.

You could try the DOE Planning Service, they might be able to help you.

Kind regards,

Claire McGrattan
Information Officer
Electoral Office for NI
2nd Floor, St Anne's House
15 Church Street
Belfast BT1 1ER

Tel: 028 9044 6666
Email: [email address]
Web: www.eoni.org.uk
EONI Twitter

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