Consultation with local government pension scheme members

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To whom it may concern at the Information Management Team,

In response to a freedom of informaton request entitled 'The Scottish Local Government Pension Scheme and its fiduciary duty to manage climate change risk' you stated:

"In 2010 a consultation process was undertaken with members for their views on social investments."

(https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/t...)

Would you be able to provide me full details of this consultation including, but not limited to:
- an explanation of who the consultation was open to
- the number of people who responded to the consultation
- a list of the questions asked
- any information about the results of the consultation, including any reports written for the fund board or council pensions committee
- the text of the responses to the consultation (if appropriate)

Thank you for your full response to my previous request, this is greatly appreciated.

Best wishes,

Ric Lander
Friends of the Earth Scotland
5 Rose St, Edinburgh EH2 2PR
0131 243 2718

Friends of the Earth Scotland is an independent registered Scottish charity (SC003442).

Freedom of Information, Scottish Borders Council

Dear Mr Lander

I acknowledge receipt of your request for information relating to the
above and shall respond within the relevant 20 working day period.

Yours sincerely

Information Management Team

Scottish Borders Council

Newtown St Boswells

TD6 0SA

E mail:  [email address]

Tel: 0300 100 1800

 

 

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Freedom of Information, Scottish Borders Council

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Dear Mr Lander

Further to your request for information under the Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act 2002 relating to the above I am now able to respond.

 

Would you be able to provide me full details of this consultation
including, but not limited to:
- an explanation of who the consultation was open to  (open to all members
of the Pension Fund, both active and Pensioners and employers)
- the number of people who responded to the consultation  (15 responses)
- a list of the questions asked (questionnaire attached)
- any information about the results of the consultation, including any
reports written for the fund board or council pensions committee (report
attached)
- the text of the responses to the consultation (if appropriate)

 

I hope you are happy with the information provided but have to advise that
you have a right to request a review within 40 working days of receipt of
this email.  You should either e-mail [1][Scottish Borders Council request email] or write
to the Information Manager, Scottish Borders Council, Council HQ, Newtown
St. Boswells TD6 0SA.

 

If after the Council’s FOI Advice Group have considered your review and
you are still not happy with the decision you then have a right to appeal
to the Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner, Kinburn Castle,
Doubledykes Road, St. Andrews, fife KY16 9DS.

Yours sincerely

for the

Information Management Team

Scottish Borders Council

Newtown St Boswells

TD6 0SA

E mail:  [email address]

Tel: 0300 100 1800

 

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