Cycle infrastructure spending in High Peak Borough

A. Sheridan made this Freedom of Information request to Derbyshire County Council

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Dear Derbyshire County Council,

Please could you provide figures and details of cycle infrastructure project spending within the High Peak borough area for the past five reported years (this may be 2012-2017).

This could relate to spending on new off-road routes, maintenance of existing routes (eg Sett Valley Trail), on-road infrastructure or shared use paths. Either as a whole total figure or, if possible, a summarised list of key projects and spending allocated. The source of funds does not need to be communicated (be it through council purses or government or lottery grant), only the amount and project title.

I am specifically interested in spending within the area covered by High Peak Borough Council, NOT details for the whole of Derbyshire county.

Yours faithfully,

Anthony Sheridan

Access 2 Info (Commissioning Communities and Policy), Derbyshire County Council

Dear Mr Sheridan,

I refer to your request for Information received on 1 October 2018.

We will be dealing with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Environmental Information Regulations 2004. In accordance with the legislation, the deadline for responding is 20 working days from the receipt of the request, this being 29 October 2018. However, we shall endeavour to deal with your request promptly, and if possible before this date.

Yours Sincerely

Justin Hird
Legal Assistant
Derbyshire County Council
County Hall
Matlock
DE4 3AG

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Yours sincerely,

A. Sheridan

ETE FOI_EIR (Economy Transport and Environment), Derbyshire County Council

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Dear Mr Sheridan

 

Thank you for your request dated 1 October 2018.

 

Your enquiry was as follows:

 

Please could you provide figures and details of cycle infrastructure
project spending within the High Peak borough area for the past five
reported years (this may be 2012-2017).

This could relate to spending on new off-road routes, maintenance of
existing routes (eg Sett Valley Trail), on-road infrastructure or shared
use paths. Either as a whole total figure or, if possible, a summarised
list of key projects and spending allocated. The source of funds does not
need to be communicated (be it through council purses or government or
lottery grant), only the amount and project title.

I am specifically interested in spending within the area covered by High
Peak Borough Council, NOT details for the whole of Derbyshire county.

 
Please see the below Freedom of Information Act 2000 / Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 response:

 

Please accept our apologies for the delay in responding.

 

I am sorry but at this time we have been unable to find any recorded
information which relates to the specific data you are seeking.  This is
because information of this nature is not always recorded as such and any
such works or commitments may have been recorded as part of a piece of
maintenance work or a generic scheme with no specific details having been
recorded.  This unfortunately means that on this particular occasion we
have been unable to help provide you with the specific data you are
seeking.

 

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Legal Services

Derbyshire County Council

County Hall

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Yours sincerely

 

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