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Consultation on small, flatted developments in Croydon.

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Dear Thames Water,

This is a request under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

Please provide copies of any information regarding consultation with Thames Water (by Croydon Council or the developer) about proposals to redevelop the following pieces of land. (I have included relevant planning references).

These developments involve the replacement of a single dwelling with a block of 7-9 self-contained flats, with all soil water and (possibly) most or all surface water from the site discharging into an existing 'combined' sewer.

34 Arkwright Road, South Croydon, CR2 0LL (18/00749/FUL or 19/04165/CONR)
54 Arkwright Road, South Croydon, CR2 0LL (17/03916/FUL or 18/03680/CONR)
43 Downsway, South Croydon, CR2 0JB (17/05464/FUL, 18/00784/CONR or 19/00828/CONR)
4 Rectory Park, South Croydon, CR2 9JL (17/00687/FUL, 18/00588/FUL or 20/00461/CONR)
98 Hyde Road, South Croydon CR2 9NQ (16/05057/FUL, 17/03542/FUL or 18/03682/CONR)
122 Riddlesdown Road, Purley CR8 1DD (17/02724/FUL, 17/05069/CONR or 18/03938/CONR)
22 Briton Crescent, South Croydon CR2 0JF (18/04026/FUL)
28 Grasmere Road, Purley, CR8 1DU (18/01575/FUL)

Yours faithfully,
G. Blyth (Mr)

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Thames Water Utilities Limited
EIR Requests
Clearwater Court
Vastern Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 8DB

Email: [1][email address

31 July 2020

Our Ref: EIR- 20-21-238

Environmental Information Request
Dear Mr Blyth

Thank you for your environmental information request. Please find our
response to your questions below.

Your Request

Please provide copies of any information regarding consultation with
Thames Water (by Croydon Council or the developer) about proposals to
redevelop the following pieces of land. (I have included relevant planning
references).

These developments involve the replacement of a single dwelling with a
block of 7-9 self-contained flats, with all soil water and (possibly) most
or all surface water from the site discharging into an existing 'combined'
sewer.

34 Arkwright Road, South Croydon, CR2 0LL (18/00749/FUL or 19/04165/CONR)

54 Arkwright Road, South Croydon, CR2 0LL (17/03916/FUL or 18/03680/CONR)

43 Downsway, South Croydon, CR2 0JB (17/05464/FUL, 18/00784/CONR or
19/00828/CONR)

4 Rectory Park, South Croydon, CR2 9JL (17/00687/FUL, 18/00588/FUL or
20/00461/CONR)

98 Hyde Road, South Croydon CR2 9NQ (16/05057/FUL, 17/03542/FUL or
18/03682/CONR)

122 Riddlesdown Road, Purley CR8 1DD (17/02724/FUL, 17/05069/CONR or
18/03938/CONR)

22 Briton Crescent, South Croydon CR2 0JF (18/04026/FUL)

28 Grasmere Road, Purley, CR8 1DU (18/01575/FUL)

Our Response

Unfortunately, we would not be able to provide this information as
requests about specific postcodes and properties is deemed to be personal
data, this is being withheld under regulation 12(3) - When information is
the personal data of someone other than the applicant.

Disclaimer

The information provided with this letter is taken from the information we
hold on our records as at the date indicated. We cannot guarantee the
accuracy of this information and it should not be relied on for any
purpose.

 

Under the Regulations, Thames Water has a duty to individuals requesting
information to make that information available on request and in the
format requested, and must comply with this duty, unless one of the
exceptions contained within the Regulations applies.

 

On this occasion, as the time (chargeable under our published charging
regime) taken to prepare the response has fallen under our minimum limit
for charging, we have waived the fee; We reserve the right to charge in
accordance with the fees published on our web site for any future
requests.

 

For more information about our interim charges scheme please click
[2]here.

 

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

Owen Field

Data Protection Advisor

 

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Dear Thames Water,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Thames Water's handling of my FOI request 'Consultation on small, flatted developments in Croydon.'.

Mr Field appears to have applied a blanket 'refusal' policy regarding 'requests about specific postcodes and properties', which I believe is unacceptable.

He appears to have made no attempt to look for the requested information, to see whether it is held and/or whether it contains any personal data and has given no indication of the matters he considered in reaching his decision with respect to the public interest.

Regulation 12(3) states only that where "...the information requested includes personal data of which the applicant is not the data subject, the personal data shall not be disclosed ...." NOT that the whole of the information must be withheld. I cannot see how disclosure of the information requested (with any personal data properly redacted) would necessarily identify an individual?

Please note that Regulation 12(2) provides that "A public authority shall apply a presumption in favour of disclosure".

There are already issues with flooding in some of these locales and there is therefore significant public interest in knowing that all the relevant checks are being carried out by all the relevant authorities, to ensure that these developments do not exacerbate existing problems.

Please now provide copies of the requested information (redacted only as required by the legislation), or confirm that the authority holds no record of such consultation.

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

Yours faithfully,
G. Blyth

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Dear Mr Blyth,

Thank you for contacting us about Internal review of Environmental Information Regulations request - Consultation on small, flatted developments in Croydon.
A manager in the Data Investigations team will be reviewing your request which was received on 05/08/2020; we have 40 working days to finalise this review and provide you with the outcome, this means that we’ll respond to you about this no later than 30/09/20.

We aim to respond with the outcome of your internal review well before the date mentioned above however we need to quote the regulatory timescale to ensure you’re fully aware of how long this process may take.
If you have any questions or concerns in the meanwhile please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

Kind regards,
Georgia Singer
Data Protection Advisor

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Kathryn Hollingworth, Thames Water

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Thames Water Utilities Limited
EIR Requests
Clearwater Court
Vastern Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 8DB

Email: [1][email address

21 August 2020

Our Ref: EIR- 20-21-238

Environmental Information Request
Dear Mr Blyth

 

Thank you for your request for an internal review. I am now able to share
with you the outcome.

 

I am of the view that we have not complied with your intial request,
please accept my apologises for this. As you state in your email dated 5
August 2020 we should have confirmed if we held the data or not and if
necessary, applied the relevant exemption under the Environmental
Information Regulations Act 2004 (EIR).

 

I have conducted a search of our records and can confirm that we were
consulted on one of the pieces of land you have listed in your original
request. At the time of the consultation this information would have been
published on the council’s website. Therefore, I have carried out a public
interest assessment which I have concluded that there is unlikely to be
any detriment caused by releasing this information to you under this EIR.

 

Consultation reference - 18/00749/FUL and 19/04165/CONR

 

We were consulted on a third party planning application in September 2019
for the demolition of existing dwellings. Erection of a three/four storey
building comprising 23 flats (6 x 1 bedroom, 14 x 2 bedroom and 3 x 3
bedroom units). Alterations to existing vehicular access/road and creation
of parking area, amenity space, cycle and refuse storage. Local authority
planning reference: 19/03643/OUT

We responded as follows:

 

London Borough of Croydon Taberner House Park Lane Croydon Surrey CR9 3JS Our DTS Ref: 62956 Your Ref: 19/03643/OUT 
21 August 2020 
Dear Sir/Madam

Re: 34A & 34B, ARKWRIGHT ROAD, SOUTH CROYDON, CR2 0LL

Waste Comments
Thames Water would advise that with regard to WASTE WATER NETWORK and SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS infrastructure capacity, we would not
have any objection to the above planning application, based on the information provided.

With regard to SURFACE WATER drainage, Thames Water would advise that if the developer follows the sequential approach to the disposal
of surface water we would have no objection. Where the developer proposes to discharge to a public sewer, prior approval from Thames
Water Developer Services will be required. Should you require further information please refer to our website.
[2]https://developers.thameswater.co.uk/Dev...

There are public sewers crossing or close to your development. If you're planning significant work near our sewers, it's important
that you minimize the risk of damage. We’ll need to check that your development doesn’t limit repair or maintenance activities, or
inhibit the services we provide in any other way. The applicant is advised to read our guide working near or diverting our pipes.
[3]https://developers.thameswater.co.uk/Dev....

The proposed development is located within 15 metres of our underground waste water assets and as such we would like the following
informative attached to any approval granted. “The proposed development is located within 15 metres of Thames Waters underground
assets and as such, the development could cause the assets to fail if appropriate measures are not taken. Please read our guide
‘working near our assets’ to ensure your workings are in line with the necessary processes you need to follow if you’re considering
working above or near our pipes or other
structures.https://developers.thameswater.co.uk/Dev....
Should you require further information please contact Thames Water. Email: [4][email address] Phone: 0800 009
3921 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm) Write to: Thames Water Developer Services, Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1
8DB

Water Comments
With regard to water supply, this comes within the area of the Sutton & East Surrey Water Company. For your information the address to
write to is -Sutton & East Surrey Water Company, London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LJ Tel - (01737) 772000

Yours faithfully

Development Planning Department

 

I thought it was worth explaining that consultation documents would only
be issued on major developments. The considered factors are the number of
proposed dwellings and the potential impact to the water and waste network
to ensure no detriment is caused to existing and new customers should the
development take place.  Please note that major developments are classed
as ten or more dwellings. 

 

I am now of the view that I have provided you with all of the information
we hold and therefore have now met our obligations under the Environmental
Information Regulations Act 2004.

 

If you are not satisfied with my response, you have the right to complain
to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) by visiting their website
[5]www.ico.org.uk

  

Kind Regards

 

Kathryn 

 

Kathryn Hollingworth

Data Protection Investigations Manager

Walnut Court, Kembrey Park, Swindon, SN2 8BN

                                                                                                                                   

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Dear Ms Hollingworth

Thank you for your response. I wondered if you could possibly provide some clarification on a couple of points.

You say that "... consultation documents would only be issued on major developments. .... major developments are classed as ten or more dwellings. ..."

But is that a hard and fast rule? Are you saying that the local authority must not (or cannot) consult with Thames Water in any other case, regardless of the circumstances? I ask because there are growing concerns about the number of 8-9 flat developments being permitted by the Council to replace single dwellings, which are in very close proximity to one another with the cumulative potential of making a 'major' impact on the waste (and water) network to the detriment of existing and future residents.

The comments provided by Thames Water regarding 34A & 34B Arkwright Road include "... With regard to SURFACE WATER drainage .... Where the developer proposes to discharge to a public sewer, prior approval from Thames Water Developer Services will be required. ...".

Is this requirement also (strictly) limited only to developments of ten or more dwellings and is it a Council or developer responsibility to consult with Thames Water in these circumstances?

Kind regards
Geoff Blyth

Kathryn Hollingworth, Thames Water

Dear Colleague, Thank you for your email.

 

I am currently out of the office and do not have access to my emails If
your query relates to any of the following please resend your email to the
following email address:

• General advice - [email address]

• Subject Access Request for either an Employee or Customer -
[email address]

• Environmental information request - [email address]

• Breaches and incidents - [email address]

 

If your query is urgent please contact  James Wiggins on 07747 645796,
otherwise I will respond on my return

 

Kind Regards

 

Kathryn

 

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Berkshire RG1 8DB. This email is confidential and is intended only for the
use of the person it was sent to. Any views or opinions in this email are
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Limited or its subsidiaries. If you aren’t the intended recipient of this
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Thames Water Utilities Limited
EIR Requests
Clearwater Court
Vastern Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 8DB

Email: [1][email address

22 September 2020

Our Ref: EIR- 20-21-541

Environmental Information Request
Dear Mr Blyth

Thank you for your environmental information request. Please find our
response to your questions below.

Your Request

Thank you for your response. I wondered if you could possibly provide some
clarification on a couple of points.

You say that "... consultation documents would only be issued on major
developments. .... major developments are classed as ten or more
dwellings. ..."

But is that a hard and fast rule? Are you saying that the local authority
must not (or cannot) consult with Thames Water in any other case,
regardless of the circumstances?  I ask because there are growing concerns
about the number of 8-9 flat developments being permitted by the Council
to replace single dwellings, which are in very close proximity to one
another with the cumulative potential of making a 'major' impact on the
waste (and water) network to the detriment of existing and future
residents.

The comments provided by Thames Water regarding 34A & 34B Arkwright Road
include "...  With regard to SURFACE WATER drainage .... Where the
developer proposes to discharge to a public sewer, prior approval from
Thames Water Developer Services will be required. ...".

Is this requirement also (strictly) limited only to developments of ten or
more dwellings and is it a Council or developer responsibility to consult
with Thames Water in these circumstances?

Our Response

We generally only respond to major developments, however local authorities
can and do consult us on any size development. They even consult us on
house extensions, mezzanine floors, to name but a few.

We generally only respond to major development because resourcing means we
can't possibly respond to every third-party planning application submitted
within the Thames Water service area.

However, to clarify, in areas where we are aware of capacity issues, we do
review smaller developments. This is where we use trigger levels, so for
example if we set a trigger level at 2 because of known issues, we would
review developments in that area of 2 dwellings or more.

Regarding the surface water drainage, it isn't limited to ten dwellings or
more. Any connection to the public network requires consent for which the
developer must apply to the sewerage undertaker.

Disclaimer

The information provided with this letter is taken from the information we
hold on our records as at the date indicated. We cannot guarantee the
accuracy of this information and it should not be relied on for any
purpose.

 

Under the Regulations, Thames Water has a duty to individuals requesting
information to make that information available on request and in the
format requested, and must comply with this duty, unless one of the
exceptions contained within the Regulations applies.

 

On this occasion, as the time (chargeable under our published charging
regime) taken to prepare the response has fallen under our minimum limit
for charging, we have waived the fee; We reserve the right to charge in
accordance with the fees published on our web site for any future
requests.

 

For more information about our interim charges scheme please click
[2]here.

 

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

Owen Field

Data Protection Advisor

 

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www.twitter.com/thameswater or find us on www.facebook.com/thameswater.
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Thames Water Limited (company number 2366623) and Thames Water Utilities
Limited (company number 2366661) are companies registered in England and
Wales, both are registered at Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading,
Berkshire RG1 8DB. This email is confidential and is intended only for the
use of the person it was sent to. Any views or opinions in this email are
those of the author and don’t necessarily represent those of Thames Water
Limited or its subsidiaries. If you aren’t the intended recipient of this
email, please don’t copy, use, forward or disclose its contents to any
other person – please destroy and delete the message and any attachments
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Dear Mr Field

Your Ref: EIR- 20-21-541

Thank you for your last message of 23 September 2020.

I would be grateful for a little more clarification, if you are able to supply .....

Regarding your system of 'trigger levels':

• How would a developer (or Council) ascertain whether any such 'trigger' applies to any particular development?
• How would Thames be aware that the development should be reviewed? Is it the developer or the local authority that should consult?
• Are those 'trigger levels' relevant to any of the sites listed in the original request?

Regarding surface water drainage, you say that any connection to the public network requires consent. But where the developer chooses to use the existing connection, (sometimes for both foul and surface water), would they still need to apply to the sewerage undertaker?

Kind regards,
Geoff Blyth

EIR Requests, Thames Water

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which we aim to respond to within 20 working days.  We may contact you
with any questions we have on your request and if we are unable to
complete your request within 20 days, we will contact you to agree a new
timescale.

 

If you wish to contact us in the meantime, please email
[Thames Water request email]  and make sure you refer to your original
request.

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Thames Water Limited (company number 2366623) and Thames Water Utilities
Limited (company number 2366661) are companies registered in England and
Wales, both are registered at Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading,
Berkshire RG1 8DB. This email is confidential and is intended only for the
use of the person it was sent to. Any views or opinions in this email are
those of the author and don’t necessarily represent those of Thames Water
Limited or its subsidiaries. If you aren’t the intended recipient of this
email, please don’t copy, use, forward or disclose its contents to any
other person – please destroy and delete the message and any attachments
from your system.

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Thames Water Utilities Limited
EIR Requests
Clearwater Court
Vastern Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 8DB

Email: [1][email address

4^th November 2020

Our Ref: EIR-20-21-672

Environmental Information Regulation (EIR) Request
Dear Mr Blyth

Thank you for your email dated 14^th October 2020.  Please see our
response below to your request (“Request”) as set out in your email.

Your Request

Your request is as follows:

“Regarding your system of 'trigger levels':

•                  How would a developer (or Council) ascertain whether
any such 'trigger' applies to any particular development?

•                  How would Thames be aware that the development should
be reviewed? Is it the developer or the local authority that should
consult?

•                  Are those 'trigger levels' relevant to any of the sites
listed in the original request?

Regarding surface water drainage, you say that any connection to the
public network requires consent.  But where the developer chooses to use
the existing connection, (sometimes for both foul and surface water),
would they still need to apply to the sewerage undertaker?”

Our Response

o Thames Water assess the impact of developments which are determined by
a number of factors, such as: the size and capacity of the pipework
and any history of hydraulic flooding in the vicinity. We do not
expect developers to make this assessment.

 

o Either the developer or the local authority can consult with Thames
Water. We encourage both parties to do this, but I’d like to make you
aware that Thames Water are not a statutory consultee.

 

o Yes, the “trigger levels” would have been used as a guide to assess
the impact of the development.

 

Thames Water would still need to be made aware and authorise any
connections whether this is to new or existing pipework which outfalls to
a public sewer. Through the planning process we need to consider the
impact to our sewer network and the environment. We may propose
implementing a sustainable urban drainage system as an alternative measure
to take away surface water.

 

Disclaimer

The information provided with this letter is taken from the information we
hold on our records as at the date indicated. We cannot guarantee the
accuracy of this information and it should not be relied on for any
purpose.

 

Retention

Please note that we will also retain a record of your Request to allow us
to evidence our compliance with the law relating to EIR.

 

Charging

Although in accordance with our published charging regime, we are able to
charge fees/costs for dealing with requests under EIR, on this occasion,
we have chosen not to do so. We reserve the right to charge in accordance
with the fees published on our web site for any requests, now or in the
future.

 

For more information about our interim charges scheme please click
[2]here  (please note that you will need to use an up to date web browser
and that the web pages will not support access by an older browser, such
as Internet Explorer).

 

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

Internal Review

If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your Request, you have the
right to ask for an internal review.  Internal review requests should be
submitted within three months of the date of receipt of this response and
should be addressed to Environmental Information Requests Manager and
emailed to [3][email address]

 

If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of the internal review, you can
apply, without charge, to the Information Commissioner, who will consider
whether Thames Water has complied with its obligations under the EIR, and
can require Thames Water to remedy any problems. You can find out more
about how to do this, and about the EIR in general, on the Information
Commissioner’s website at: [4]www.ico.org.uk. 

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Owen Field

Data Protection Advisor

 

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Thames Water Limited (company number 2366623) and Thames Water Utilities
Limited (company number 2366661) are companies registered in England and
Wales, both are registered at Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading,
Berkshire RG1 8DB. This email is confidential and is intended only for the
use of the person it was sent to. Any views or opinions in this email are
those of the author and don’t necessarily represent those of Thames Water
Limited or its subsidiaries. If you aren’t the intended recipient of this
email, please don’t copy, use, forward or disclose its contents to any
other person – please destroy and delete the message and any attachments
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