Contaminated Brownfield Land

Wendy Hill made this Freedom of Information request to St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council

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The request was partially successful.

Dear St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council,

Please provide a copy of the brownfield land register along with details of sites from the Public Registers that have formally been determined as Contaminated Land under the EPA of 1990 -

Please advise how much contaminated land has been 'cleaned up' and whether these cleaned up sites have been carried out by private enterprise or by the Council.

Please also provide costs of what contaminated land the council has remediated and where the monies came from for the clean up - ie public purse or English Partnership etc.

Thanks

Yours faithfully,

WHill

Contact Centre, St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear W Hill

Thank you for your recent request for information, which will be treated
as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (EIR).

Your enquiry has been given a reference number 20180608-00182-1. Please
quote this reference in any future correspondence with us concerning this
matter.

If the information you are requesting falls under EIR (see [1]here for
more details) then a charge may be applicable in line with [2]guidance
from the Information Commissioner's Office. Once your request has been
reviewed you will be informed of an appropriate charge that may be
applied.

In accordance with the Act, a response will be sent to you within 20
working days from the date following the receipt of the request or receipt
of an applicable payment.

Kind regards,
St. Helens Council
01744 676789

------------------------ Original Email -------------- Received On:
07/06/2018 23:19:37 GDT
Subject:Freedom of Information request - Contaminated Brownfield Land

Dear St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council, Please provide a copy of the
brownfield land register along with details of sites from the Public
Registers that have formally been determined as Contaminated Land under
the EPA of 1990 - Please advise how much contaminated land has been
'cleaned up' and whether these cleaned up sites have been carried out by
private enterprise or by the Council. Please also provide costs of what
contaminated land the council has remediated and where the monies came
from for the clean up - ie public purse or English Partnership etc. Thanks
Yours faithfully, WHill
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Dear Contact Centre,

My request for information in relation to contaminated brownfield land is overdue, please advise when I can expect a reply.

Yours sincerely,

Wendy Hill

Contact Centre, St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear W Hill

Thank you for your recent request for information, which will be treated
as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (EIR).

Your enquiry has been given a reference number 20180706-00310-1. Please
quote this reference in any future correspondence with us concerning this
matter.

If the information you are requesting falls under EIR (see [1]here for
more details) then a charge may be applicable in line with [2]guidance
from the Information Commissioner's Office. Once your request has been
reviewed you will be informed of an appropriate charge that may be
applied.

In accordance with the Act, a response will be sent to you within 20
working days from the date following the receipt of the request or receipt
of an applicable payment.

Kind regards,
St. Helens Council
01744 676789

------------------------ Original Email -------------- Received On:
06/07/2018 11:39:28 GDT
Subject:Re: St Helens Council Response Ref: 20180608-00182-1

Dear Contact Centre, My request for information in relation to
contaminated brownfield land is overdue, please advise when I can expect a
reply. Yours sincerely, Wendy Hill -----Original Message----- Dear W Hill
Thank you for your recent request for information, which will be treated
as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (EIR). Your enquiry has been given a
reference number 20180608-00182-1. Please quote this reference in any
future correspondence with us concerning this matter. If the information
you are requesting falls under EIR (see [1]here for more details) then a
charge may be applicable in line with [2]guidance from the Information
Commissioner's Office. Once your request has been reviewed you will be
informed of an appropriate charge that may be applied. In accordance with
the Act, a response will be sent to you within 20 working days from the
date following the receipt of the request or receipt of an applicable
payment. Kind regards, St. Helens Council 01744 676789
------------------------ Original Email -------------- Received On:
07/06/2018 23:19:37 GDT Subject:Freedom of Information request -
Contaminated Brownfield Land Dear St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council,
Please provide a copy of the brownfield land register along with details
of sites from the Public Registers that have formally been determined as
Contaminated Land under the EPA of 1990 - Please advise how much
contaminated land has been 'cleaned up' and whether these cleaned up sites
have been carried out by private enterprise or by the Council. Please also
provide costs of what contaminated land the council has remediated and
where the monies came from for the clean up - ie public purse or English
Partnership etc. Thanks Yours faithfully, WHill
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of Information requests to St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council? If so,
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Dear Contact Centre,

As my request for information is long overdue, I am requesting an internal review as to why this matter is taking so long. Should the authority fail to comply with the review I will contact the ICO

Yours sincerely,

Wendy Hill

Contact Centre, St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear W Hill

Thank you for your recent request for information, which will be treated
as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (EIR).

Your enquiry has been given a reference number 20180806-00036-1. Please
quote this reference in any future correspondence with us concerning this
matter.

If the information you are requesting falls under EIR (see [1]here for
more details) then a charge may be applicable in line with [2]guidance
from the Information Commissioner's Office. Once your request has been
reviewed you will be informed of an appropriate charge that may be
applied.

In accordance with the Act, a response will be sent to you within 20
working days from the date following the receipt of the request or receipt
of an applicable payment.

Kind regards,
St. Helens Council
01744 676789

------------------------ Original Email -------------- Received On:
04/08/2018 12:35:47 GDT
Subject:Internal review of Freedom of Information request - Contaminated
Brownfield Land

Dear Contact Centre, As my request for information is long overdue, I am
requesting an internal review as to why this matter is taking so long.
Should the authority fail to comply with the review I will contact the ICO
Yours sincerely, Wendy Hill -----Original Message----- Dear W Hill Thank
you for your recent request for information, which will be treated as a
request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (EIR). Your enquiry has been given a
reference number 20180706-00310-1. Please quote this reference in any
future correspondence with us concerning this matter. If the information
you are requesting falls under EIR (see [1]here for more details) then a
charge may be applicable in line with [2]guidance from the Information
Commissioner's Office. Once your request has been reviewed you will be
informed of an appropriate charge that may be applied. In accordance with
the Act, a response will be sent to you within 20 working days from the
date following the receipt of the request or receipt of an applicable
payment. Kind regards, St. Helens Council 01744 676789
------------------------ Original Email -------------- Received On:
06/07/2018 11:39:28 GDT Subject:Re: St Helens Council Response Ref:
20180608-00182-1 Dear Contact Centre, My request for information in
relation to contaminated brownfield land is overdue, please advise when I
can expect a reply. Yours sincerely, Wendy Hill

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St.Helens Council, St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council

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have dealt with your request, in the first instance please write to St
Helens Council, Internal Audit, Town Hall, Victoria Square, St Helens,
Merseyside WA10 1HP.
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Section 50 of the Freedom of Information Act to appeal against the
decision by contacting the Information Commissioner, Wycliffe House, Water
Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 5AF.

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