Cressingham Gardens 3

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Gerlinde Gniewosz

Dear Greater London Authority,

Provide a copy of all reports, communications that the GLA holds on Cressingham Gardens Estate regeneration in the borough of Lambeth. This may also be referred to Trinity Rise site or Longford Walk

Yours faithfully,

Gerlinde Gniewosz

Greater London Authority

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    Subject: Freedom of Information request - Cressingham Gardens 3

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

Dear Ms Gniewosz
Thank you for your recent request for information. We have responded to a
number of requests from you relating to Cressingham Gardens. It is unclear
from your request, but please can you refer to 3 in the title of your
request - is this a reference to phase 3 and what the content of your
request covers? I would be grateful for the clarification.
Yourts sincerely
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Gerlinde Gniewosz

Dear Mayor of London,

I simply put "3" into the title to distinguish this request from the previous 2 requests. It has no other relevance.

Yours sincerely,

Gerlinde Gniewosz

Greater London Authority

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    Subject: RE: MGLA200420-9439 Freedom of Information request -
Cressingham Gardens 3

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Dear Ms Gniewosz
Please find attached response in relation to your recent request for
information. 
Yours sincerely
Greater London Authority
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Dear Greater London Authority,
Provide a copy of all reports, communications that the GLA holds on
Cressingham Gardens Estate regeneration in the borough of Lambeth. This
may also be referred to Trinity Rise site or Longford Walk

Yours faithfully,

Gerlinde Gniewosz

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Gerlinde Gniewosz

Dear Mayor of London,

Thank you for the advice on how to narrow the search down.

I would like all information regarding the current funding allocations and conditions for the Cressingham Estate and the current status of any ballot exemption.

Furthermore, please provide a copy of all communication between Cllr Matthew Bennett at Lambeth council and members of the GLA Housing department dealing with matters relating to Cressingham Gardens regeneration for the past 3 years.

Yours sincerely,

Gerlinde Gniewosz

Greater London Authority

    From: [FOI #659673 email]
    To: [Greater London Authority request email]
    Subject: RE: MGLA200420-9439 Freedom of Information request -
Cressingham Gardens 3

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information only.
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• Is trying to sell or market a product.
• To be vexatious or contains abusive or discriminatory language.

 

In addition, we will not respond where we specifically state that we are
unable to enter into correspondence (for example, when inviting responses
to consultation documents).

 

If you have written to request the release of information under the
Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) or Environmental Information Regulations
(EIR), please take this message as confirmation your request has been
received. We will aim to provide a response within the statutory 20
working day deadline.
Further information on our service standards, is available on our website
at: [1]http://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/contac....

 

Thank you again for writing.

 

Yours sincerely,
Public Liaison Unit

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

Dear Ms Gniewosz

Cressingham Gardens Estate does not currently benefit from any GLA grant
funding allocation. Whilst a GLA grant allocation had previously been made
to support a regeneration scheme at Cressingham Gardens Estate, this was
withdrawn by mutual agreement between the GLA and the London Borough of
Lambeth. In the event that the London Borough of Lambeth seeks to secure a
new grant funding allocation for redevelopment of Cressingham Gardens
Estate that involves the demolition of any social homes and the
construction of 150 or more homes,  the Mayor would require the London
Borough of Lambeth to demonstrate that residents have supported their
proposals through a ballot. This is to make sure that GLA funding only
supports estate regeneration projects if residents have had a clear say in
plans and support them going ahead.

The GLA has searched for communications between Cllr Bennett and GLA
officers that might have communicated with him regarding Cressingham
Gardens and can confirm no records of communication have been found.

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Yours sincerely,

Heather Juman

Housing and Land

GreaterLondonAuthority

 

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Dear Mayor of London,

Thank you for the advice on how to narrow the search down.

I would like all information regarding the current funding allocations and
conditions for the Cressingham Estate and the current status of any ballot
exemption.

Furthermore, please provide a copy of all communication between Cllr
Matthew Bennett at Lambeth council and members of the GLA Housing
department dealing with matters relating to Cressingham Gardens
regeneration for the past 3 years.

Yours sincerely,

Gerlinde Gniewosz

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