Dear Sir or Madam,

Please would you provide details of the expenditure on scaffolding, perimeter fencing and other safety and / or security measures deployed around Dollis Hill House since it was last occupied.

Please provide any documents or meeting minutes or other review paperwork which details the factors considered by Brent Council in choosing to continue to secure this building since it was vacated.

Many thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Rob Dyke

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Blog post about background to this request: http://www.robdyke.com/noc/2008/11/10/do...

Dear Sir or Madam,

On 7th November 2008 I made a request to you for information on the costs of securing Dollis Hill House and copies of decision-making factors considered by the council in deciding on a course of action.

By law you had to respond by the 8th December 2008. My request is now overdue.

There is an overview and scrutiny meeting that I would like to attend on the 10th - do you think you could receive it from you in order that I could attend with this information?

Yours sincerely,

Rob Dyke

Brent Borough Council

Dear Mr Dyke

Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding to your request. I
have raised this with the officers concerned who are chasing the
information requested but regret that this is unlikely to be available
today. We will of course let you have the response to your request as
soon as possible.

We will also respond to your below complaint in accordance with our
procedures for Internal Reviews of Freedom of Information Requests. In
accordance with these a senior officer will be asked to investigate the
reasons for the delay and respond to you.

Stephen Williams
FOIA & Data Protection Consultant
Brent ITU

Room 103 Town Hall
Forty Lane
Wembley HA9 9AD

020 8937 1426

Rob Dyke To FOI requests at Brent
<[FOI #3988 email]> Borough Council
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09/12/2008 08:59 cc
Subject Re: Freedom of
Information request -
Costs of securing
Dollis Hill House

Dear Sir or Madam,

On 7th November 2008 I made a request to you for information on the
costs of securing Dollis Hill House and copies of decision-making
factors considered by the council in deciding on a course of
action.

By law you had to respond by the 8th December 2008. My request is
now overdue.

There is an overview and scrutiny meeting that I would like to
attend on the 10th - do you think you could receive it from you in
order that I could attend with this information?

Yours sincerely,

Rob Dyke

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Dear Mr Dyke,

Thank you for your Information Request Regarding Dollis Hill House. I am
very sorry for the delay in meeting this request (8th December).
I have the pleasure in attaching a variety of documents for your
information that have been produced regarding the consultation in terms of
the future of the building.

These include

1) This report with an evaluation of the feasibility study for the future
of Dollis Hill House as submitted by Training for Life (TFL) and
recommended future action.(2008a). Also a report with an update on
progress made by Training for Life (TFL) on developing their proposal for
the redevelopment of the Dollis Hill House (2008b)

2) Report deals with a submission from the Dollis Hill House Steering
Group to develop proposals for a Charitable Trust for the restoration and
redevelopment of Dollis Hill House.(01)

3)Report reviews the recent public consultation carried out on two options
for Dollis Hill House and considers the options for the future of the
house, carried out in 2000.

3) Dollis Hill House Marketing Exercise minutes (2000)

4) Dollis Hill House Members' Questions from the Council meeting on Monday
8th September 2008.

I am pleased to continue looking at this request for you.

Kind Regards

Joe carr

Joe Carr
Curator
Brent Musuem

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Dear Joe Carr,

Thank you for the information you sent me with regard to Dollis Hill House.

Following the recent decision concerning the future of this property by the council, would you please send me any recently produced briefing documents and other notes and supporting evidence?

Many thanks for your response.

Yours sincerely,

Rob Dyke

Brent Borough Council

Dear Mr Dyke

Thanks you for your email dated 26th January 2009. I have been away from
the office recently but I will look into this enquiry for you and get back
to you as soon as possible.

Thanks again for your enquiry

Joe Carr

Joe Carr
Curator
Brent Museum
London Borough of Brent
Willesden Green Library Centre
95 High Road
Willesden Green
NW10 2SF
Tel: 020 8937 3602

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Rob Dyke To [email address]
<[FOI #3988 email]> cc
Subject Re: Freedom of
26/01/2009 12:33 Information request -
Costs of securing
Dollis Hill House

Dear Joe Carr,

Thank you for the information you sent me with regard to Dollis
Hill House.

Following the recent decision concerning the future of this
property by the council, would you please send me any recently
produced briefing documents and other notes and supporting
evidence?

Many thanks for your response.

Yours sincerely,

Rob Dyke

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Brent Council - INFORMATION REQUEST

Our Reference: 475691
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Dear Mr. Dyke,

Your request for information has now been considered and the information
requested is enclosed. I have the pleasure of enclosing a consultation
document regarding the house produced in 2008.

Please note that the information provided may be subject to copyright and
you may require further permission from the Council to re-use it. If you
require further guidance please write to the IT Standards Manager (contact
details below).

If you are dissatisfied with the response or how the Council has handled
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address: IT Standards Manager at Brent Council, Room 105, Brent Town Hall,
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[Brent Borough Council request email]. It is the Council's policy to ensure that, where
practicable, your complaint is dealt with by someone who was not involved
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You also have a right of appeal about our decision to the Information
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Yours sincerely

Joe Carr
Curator
Brent Museum
London Borough of Brent
Willesden Green Library Centre
95 High Road
Willesden Green
NW10 2SF
Tel: 020 8937 3602

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