Correspondence on planning conditions for Viridor's Beddington Energy Recovery Facility

Tony Burton made this Freedom of Information request to Sutton Borough Council

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The request was refused by Sutton Borough Council.

Dear Sutton Borough Council,

This is to ask for:

1. Copies of all correspondence between Sutton Council officers and/or members and Viridor and/or its representatives

2. Details of dates, attendees, agendas and minutes of meetings between Sutton Council officers and/or members and Viridor and/or its representatives

since June 2013 in relation to implementation of the planning conditions for Viridor's Beddington Energy Recovery Facility relating to conservation management and restoration of Beddington Farmlands.

Yours faithfully,

Tony Burton

LBS FOI, Sutton Borough Council

Dear Mr Burton
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST - REF NO
- F11843 (please quote in correspondence)
I acknowledge your request for information dated the 02 February 2018
relating to Correspondence On Planning Conditions For Viridor's Beddington
Energy Recovery Facility.
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LBS CMTsupport, Sutton Borough Council

Dear Mr Burton
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST -FOI Request -
F11843  
I refer to your request for information received on 2 February 2018
concerning correspondence on planning conditions for Viridor's Beddington
Energy Recovery Facility.
Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 makes provision for
public authorities to refuse requests for information where the cost of
dealing with them would exceed the appropriate limit which[1], for local
government, is set at £450.  This represents the estimated cost of one
person spending 18 hours at £25 per hour in determining whether the
Council holds the information requested, locating the information or
documents containing the information, retrieving the information or
documents and extracting the information from any document (including
editing).
The Council estimates that it will take substantially in excess of 18
hours to determine appropriate material and locate, retrieve and extract
the information with reference to the request.  Accordingly, the request
will not be processed further.
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