Consultation results from recent "Future Stretford" engagement

A. J. Bell made this Freedom of Information request to Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council,

A few months ago, a Future Stretford consultation was run at https://www.futurestretford.co.uk/. On it, there were questions about (among other things) the A56, Kingsway, the gyratory etc.

Please provide me with all results from the consultation about the public highway, i.e. the above roads and any others that were mentioned.

For this, I am requesting, where possible:
- Breakdown of how many people selected each "option" for each area, as well as a reminder of what each Option referred to, considering the website has now been taken down.
- Comments from any free text boxes or email/write ins for this consultation regarding the public highway in the area.

Yours faithfully,

A. J. Bell

Data Protection, Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council

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Ward, Jennie, Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear AJ Bell,

 

I write further to your request for information in relation to the Future
Stretford consultation. As it relates to ‘environmental information’ this
has been dealt with under the Environmental Information Regulations rather
than the Freedom of Information Act.

 

The Council holds the information you require. I attach a summary document
of the consultation feedback and appendices which set out individual text
responses to each of the questions. The information you requested is
contained within these documents. You will see that a small amount of text
has been redacted from the documents where this contains information which
might identify an individual (in accordance with data protection rules),
commercially sensitive responses from businesses or organisations and
language which might be deemed offensive. This redaction has been carried
out under the exceptions in the Environmental Information Regulations:
Regulation 12(3) which requires that personal data is not disclosed; and
Regulation 12(5)(e) in respect of confidential information of a commercial
nature where its disclosure would prejudice a legitimate economic
interest.

 

It is the Council’s intention to publish this information in the near
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Kind regards

 

Jennie Ward

Senior PA to Richard Roe,

Corporate Director Place

 

t 0161 912 4111

m 07760 167 424

Trafford Council | Trafford Town Hall, Talbot Road, Stretford, M32 0TH

 

Please note that in light of Government guidance all Leadership Support
staff are currently working from home. We have a skeleton staff attending
the office, by exception and only where absolutely necessary. Wherever
possible, please avoid posting documents to us and use electronic
communication instead. If you must post a hard copy document, please email
the recipient, so we can arrange for post to be collected.  In these
exceptional times please note our response times to correspondence may
increase as we continue to support the most vulnerable in society and our
frontline services.

 

 

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Dear Ward, Jennie,

I cannot see any attachment or link on your response. Please can you ensure its been attached?

Yours sincerely,

A. J. Bell

Ward, Jennie, Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council

2 Attachments

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    Sept 20 consultation feedback summary 07 Dec 2020 MINUS APPENDICES FINAL....docx

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    Sept 20 consultation feedback APPENDICES WITH REDACTIONS 110121 FINAL Re....pdf

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Please accept my apologies - I'm having some technical difficulties today.

Hopefully this is now attached?

Kind regards

Jennie Ward
Senior PA to Richard Roe,
Corporate Director Place

t 0161 912 4111
m 07760 167 424
Trafford Council | Trafford Town Hall, Talbot Road, Stretford, M32 0TH

Please note that in light of Government guidance all Leadership Support staff are currently working from home. We have a skeleton staff attending the office, by exception and only where absolutely necessary. Wherever possible, please avoid posting documents to us and use electronic communication instead. If you must post a hard copy document, please email the recipient, so we can arrange for post to be collected.  In these exceptional times please note our response times to correspondence may increase as we continue to support the most vulnerable in society and our frontline services.

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