Correspondence relating to FP8 Parish of Black Torrington

G R BROWN made this Freedom of Information request to Devon County Council

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The request was refused by Devon County Council.

Dear Devon County Council,

Please provide copies of all communications relating to Public Footpath (FP8) 8 in the parish of Black Torrington, Devon, sometimes known as Hole Lane near Windmilland Cross and off the A3072 (to include any instances of the erroneously mentioned A3792), the postcode EX21 5JH, emanating from, and to, the office of Mrs R Mills (Ros Mills), Public Rights of Way & Country Parks Manager, Devon County Council, [email address] (email address).

Please include communications to and from members of the public specifically including Penny Riches Mills and Liz Brown, the County Solicitors office, any other department of Devon County Council, Black Torrington and Highampton Parish Councils, and any other organisation.

Yours faithfully,

G R BROWN

access to information - mailbox, Devon County Council

Dear G R Brown

 

Freedom Of Information Request

Reference – 7489496   

 

I am in receipt of your request for information which will be handled in
accordance with your rights under the above legislation.  Your request has
been passed to the Information Governance team to deal with in accordance
with the Council’s Environmental Information Regulations and Freedom of
Information Request Handling Policy.

 

Under the above legislation, you are entitled to be informed as to whether
or not Devon County Council holds the information you have requested, and
if so to have this communicated to you within 20 working days.  At times
the Council may have to withhold certain information because an exemption
from disclosure applies.  If we feel that this should apply to any of the
information you have requested, we will inform you of this fact (unless to
do so would reveal information that would otherwise be exempt).  We will
also give you details of how you may appeal our decision.

 

The Council will endeavour to provide you with a response to your request
as soon as possible but incidentally by no later than 10^th July 2018.

 

I hope this information is of assistance to you.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Hannah Woolacott

Information Governance Officer

Information Governance Team

Customer Relations & Information Governance

Room 120

County Hall

Exeter
EX2 4QD

 

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Dear access to information - mailbox,

My request was due to be answered by 20 July, this is a reminder.

Yours sincerely,

G R BROWN

access to information - mailbox, Devon County Council

I apologise for the slight delay in responding to your request.

I anticipate that we should be able to respond to you within the next 14 days. The delay has merely been caused by the search for relevant information.

Please accept our apologies and I hope that we will be able to return to you shortly.

Kind regards,

Richard Kaye
Information Governance Officer
I Devon County Council
 Information Governance Team
  Room 120, County Hall
  Topsham Road
  Exeter
  Devon
  EX2 4QD

 Telephone: 01392 383000
TE-mail: [email address]
Website: http://www.devon.gov.uk
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Disclaimer: Emails and any attached or linked to documents from Devon County Council which contain personal or sensitive personal data about clients or employees, or sensitive business data, are confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately by replying to the email, and then delete the email without forwarding, printing, copying, sharing or using it in any way. Personal data in any format should be processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations. Personal data we collect from you will be processed in accordance with this Privacy Notice. Devon County Council will take all reasonable steps to make emails secure and protect them from viruses but cannot accept liability for loss or damage caused by their transmission to a recipients device or network. Please follow your own organisations virus checking procedure before opening attachments. Links to publicly available information or to documents in a shared area will be sent where possible. Senders and recipients of email should be aware that under UK Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation the content of emails may have to be disclosed in response to a request so care should be taken in terms of content.

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Dear access to information - mailbox,

Thank you for your reply,

Yours sincerely,

G R BROWN

access to information - mailbox, Devon County Council

Dear G R Brown

 

Freedom Of Information Request

Reference – 7489496   

 

I write further to your request regarding copies of all communications
relating to Public Footpath (FP8) 8 in the parish of Black Torrington,
Devon and communications to and from members of the public.

 

The communications we hold with the members of the public include details
of personal data and to disclose the communications would be unfair to the
members of the public and therefore a breach of s.35 of the Data
Protection Act 2018.   This information is therefore exempt from
disclosure pursuant to s.40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.  

 

I apologise for the delay in our response to you.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

Richard Kaye

Information Governance Officer

+ Devon County Council

 Information Governance Team

  Room 120, County Hall

  Topsham Road

  Exeter

  Devon

  EX2 4QD

 

)Telephone: 01392 383000

8E-mail: [1][email address]

7 Website: [2]http://www.devon.gov.uk

Disclaimer: [3]http://www.devon.gov.uk/email.shtml

 

Disclaimer: Emails and any attached or linked to documents from Devon
County Council which contain personal or sensitive personal data about
clients or employees, or sensitive business data, are confidential. If you
are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately by
replying to the email, and then delete the email without forwarding,
printing, copying, sharing or using it in any way. Personal data in any
format should be processed in accordance with the [4]General Data
Protection Regulations. Personal data we collect from you will be
processed in accordance with this [5]Privacy Notice. Devon County Council
will take all reasonable steps to make emails secure and protect them from
viruses but cannot accept liability for loss or damage caused by their
transmission to a recipients device or network. Please follow your own
organisations virus checking procedure before opening attachments. Links
to publicly available information or to documents in a shared area will be
sent where possible. Senders and recipients of email should be aware that
under UK Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation the
content of emails may have to be disclosed in response to a request so
care should be taken in terms of content.

 

 

 

 

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