Compulsory purchases Ainslie street Grimsby ( No's 86-100 )

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Dear North East Lincolnshire Council,

In relation to the handling of the finances around these, can you confirm the following

1. Compulsory purchase price on each property and date of purchase
2. Sale prices and conditions of sale after CPOs
3. deductions removed/charged from each property’s for prior clearings and other actions
4. Number of complaints received in relation to these property’s

5. Current details for any council action or planned action in relation to the wasteland that adjoins these property’s. Currently going to be CPOd.

6. Number of complaints in relation to the derelict land
7. total charges levied against the land for prior council action
8. The dates these charges were actioned or added

In relation to question 3, 4 and 5, records as far back as 95 if you have them on property’s 86 and 90 and the wasteland. These were all owned by the same owner throughout this period.

Yours faithfully,

George Cant

PPD - FOI, North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Mr Cant

 

I am pleased to acknowledge your request for information, which has been
allocated the reference number 7551_1415

Your request has been passed to the relevant department for processing and
you can expect your response within the 20 working day limit. If it will
take us longer than 20 working days to respond to you, we will inform you
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Yours sincerely on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council

 

Feedback Officer

Resources Directorate

 

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George Cant left an annotation ()

For clairity, its only the even numbers on one side of the road that this request refairs to.

Don Pedro left an annotation ()

It might be worth a shot submitting a request along these lines with regards the high-rise flats in the East Marsh.

PPD - FOI, North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Mr Cant 

 

Thank you for your information request 7551-1415, concerning compulsory
purchase orders in relation to Ainslie street Grimsby.

 

I wish to confirm that North East Lincolnshire Council holds the following
information.

 

In a report to Cabinet on 05/11/2012 the following properties were
identified as appropriate to apply for a compulsory purchase order

 

·         88, Ainslie Street, Grimsby

·         Land corner of Ainslie Street and Lambert Road, Grimsby

 

1.  Compulsory purchase price on each property and date of purchase

 

At this time, the Council has not completed any purchases of these
properties and therefore no purchase prices have been paid.

 

2.  Sale prices and conditions of sale after CPOs

 

Not applicable

 

3.  deductions removed/charged from each property’s for prior clearings
and other actions

 

Not applicable

 

4.  Number of complaints received in relation to these property’s

 

Since 1997, 30 complaints were received regarding the condition of 86
Ainslie Street and 24 regarding 90 Ainslie Street.

 

5.  Current details for any council action or planned action in relation
to the wasteland that adjoins these property’s.  Currently going to be
CPOd.

 

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet has agreed the properties and
land that are appropriate for a compulsory purchase order.

 

6.  Number of complaints in relation to the derelict land

 

Since 1997, 21 complaints regarding the land at the corner of Ainslie
Street/Lambert Road (formerly 82 & 84 Ainslie Street).

 

7.  total charges levied against the land for prior council action

 

8.  The dates these charges were actioned or added

 

For questions 7 and 8, this information is reasonably available to you by
other means, through a search of the Local Land Charges Register, and is
therefore exempt by virtue of section 21 of the Freedom of Information
Act.

 

Details of how to request a search of the Local Land Charges Register can
be found on our website at:

 

[1]http://www.nelincs.gov.uk/resident/plann...

 

If you believe that your request for information has not been handled in
accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, you have the right to
request an internal review by the Council. Please be clear about which
elements of the Council’s response or handling of the request you are
unhappy with, and would like the Council to address during the internal
review process.  If following this you are still dissatisfied you may
contact the Office of the Information Commissioner. If you wish to request
an internal review, please contact me and I will make the necessary
arrangements.

 

Yours sincerely on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council

 

Feedback Officer

 

Resources Directorate

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Dear PPD - FOI,

You have not answered this for the other properties, 86 and 90 were both CPO i beleive , then sold on... CPO and sell on prices please.

also, 92,94,96 wasnt these CPOd then sold on with conditions...

please confirm if am correct about this.

I may argue your refusale to show charges due to tem being available, but, initialy, i need to confirm if you havre answered this fully in relation to the other propertys

Yours sincerely,

George Cant

PPD - FOI, North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Mr Cant

I am pleased to acknowledge your request for an Internal Review of Freedom of Information Request 7551_1415

Your request for an Internal Review has been passed to the relevant department for processing and you can expect your response within the 20 working day limit. If it will take us longer than 20 working days to respond to you, we will inform you of this and provide you with the expected date for receiving a response.

Further information about how we will deal with your Freedom of Information requests is available on our website at: http://www.nelincs.gov.uk/council/the-co....

Please feel free to contact me if you require any further information or assistance quoting the reference number above.

Yours sincerely on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council

Feedback Officer
Resources Directorate

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Dear PPD - FOI,

Its not at internal review stage yet. I have just asked to to complete the substantial missing part in this.

LET ME BE CLEAR. CONFIRM THAT ITS COMPLEATE BEFORE YOU START AN INTERNAL REVIEW.

Yours sincerely,

George Cant

PPD - FOI, North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Mr Cant

 

Further to your request an internal review has taken place to consider the
response provided in relation to Freedom of Information Request reference
7551_1415.

 

I have reviewed the response provided to you and the handling of your
request in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act and find:

 

·         That your request was responded to within the statutory time of
20 working days;

·         That you were informed whether or not the information you asked
for was held by North East Lincolnshire Council;

·         That you were provided with the information you asked for
available under the Freedom of Information Act;

·         That you were provided with the reasons why any information you
had asked for could not be supplied to you under the Freedom of
Information Act; and

·         That your response provided you with your rights of appeal. 

 

I am therefore satisfied that the Council has acted in accordance with the
Freedom of Information Act in the handling of your request.

 

You stated in your correspondence that you believe we have not provided
all the information requested.

 

You have not answered this for the other properties,  86 and 90 were both
CPO i beleive , then sold on...  CPO and sell on prices please.

On 1^st March 2010, the Council acquired ownership of 86 Ainslie Street
and 90 Ainslie Street through CPO s. No compulsory purchase price has yet
been agreed but the “sell on” prices can be obtained from the Kingston
upon Hull District Land Registry.

 

also, 92,94,96  wasnt these CPOd then sold on with conditions...  

North East Lincolnshire Council holds no information in relation to CPOs
for these properties.

 

Please note that although a property may be deemed as suitable for a CPO
it will not always result in this action being taken and therefore there
will not always be an agreed purchase or sell on price.

 

With regard to the land at the corner of Ainslie Street & Lambert Road,
Cabinet have authorised the use of CPO powers in relation to this land. 
This action has not been abandoned.

 

I trust that this Internal Review answers your queries in relation to your
request, and clarifies that your request has been handled in accordance
with the Freedom of Information Act.

 

If you remain dissatisfied with the Council’s handling of your request, or
the decision of the internal review you can request an independent review
by contacting the Information Commissioner's Office at Wycliffe House,
Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.

 

Yours sincerely on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council

 

Ian Hollingsworth

 

Information Governance and Complaints

 

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