CPM Handbook

Peter Silverman made this Freedom of Information request to Highways Agency

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Dear Highways Agency,

I have been sent a copy of a CPM 3 Audit Reports produced by Amey relating to Area 9 south.

It says that "using CPM Handbook an audit was carried out for CPM03-Environmental Amenity Index"

Please let me have a copy of the title page of this handbook and of the relevant pages dealing with these audits.

These should include, but not be limited to, any references to the assessment of litter and debris.

Please supply electronically. However if it would be easier to send the complete handbook either electronically or by post please do so.

Advice and Assistance

I am assuming this information is readily available and will not create any undue burden. If this is not the case, or if you feel it would be of help to you if I modified my request, please let me know and I will consider doing so.

Yours faithfully,

Peter Silverman

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Dear Mr Silverman

Please find attached a response to your request made under the Environmental Information Regulations(2004) for CPM 3 Audit Reports produced by Amey relating to Area 9 South.

Freedom of Information Team
Highways Agency | Piccadilly Gate | Store Street | Manchester | M1 2WD
Web: http://www.highways.gov.uk

Safe roads, reliable journeys, informed travellers
Highways Agency, an executive agency of the Department for Transport.

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Dear Highways Agency,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Highways Agency's handling of my FOI request 'CPM Handbook'.

He may find it helpful to refer to the Information Tribunal’s decision to overturn your previous refusal based on the same exception i.e. that the requests were “manifestly unreasonable”. In it Judge Hamilton wrote that “Mr Silverman’s campaign was a decent worthwhile campaign with a serious aim and purpose which was of general benefit to the whole community.”

This can be seen at: www.cleanhighways.co.uk/wp-content/uploa...

He should also note that in this case Mr Castleman did not carry out a public interest test.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/c...

Yours faithfully,

Peter Silverman

This is an automated response:
 
Thank you for your email to the Highways Agency.
 
If you are reporting a real time incident which requires immediate
attention please call the Highways Agency Information Line on 0300 123
5000.
 
The Highways Agency is responsible for operating, maintaining and
improving the Strategic Road Network in England on behalf of the Secretary
of State for Transport.  This consists of the Motorway network and the
Major Trunk roads. A map of the roads for which we are responsible can be
found here
[1]http://www.highways.gov.uk/publications/...
 
If your email relates to an issue which is not on the strategic road
network, for example a suburban, local or residential road, you should
forward your email to the relevant Local Authority who should be able to
assist you. You can find details of Local Authorities using the search
facility on the gov.uk website
at: [2]https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council
 
Your email will be passed to the relevant team within the Highways Agency
and they will respond to you within a maximum of 15 working days.
 
If you have made a request under the Freedom of Information Act your
request will be dealt with in line with our guidelines which are published
here: [3]http://www.highways.gov.uk/freedom-of-in...
 
Yours sincerely
 
Highways Agency Information Line

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Peter Silverman left an annotation ()

The Highways Agency referred to my request for a review of their decision to refuse this information in a letter dated 8th Nov 2013. This can be seen at
www.cleanhighways.co.uk/wp-content/uploa...

After pointing out to them that the letter did not actually contain a response to the request they apologised for the confusion and promised to send me another letter the following week i.e. by 22nd Nov. This correspondence can be seen at
http://www.cleanhighways.co.uk/wp-conten...

Peter Silverman
www.cleanhighways.co.uk

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The document was sent to me by e-mail on 4th December 2013

Peter Silverman