Destroyed commercial properties

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Dear Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service,

I am writing to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 with the following request:

Please could tell me how many incidents at commercial properties you have been called to since January 1st 2019 to the present day where the property was deemed unsafe to immediately re-enter following the incident.

In addition, if the cost of doing so would not exceed the limitations set out in Section 12 of the Act, please provide the cause of the incident and the reason for blocking re-entry to the property (i.e. Cause: Fire - Reason: building structurally weakened)

Yours faithfully,

Dan Rawle

Freedom of Information Team, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service

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Dear Mr Rawle,

Thank you for your email enquiry. In response to your request for information, please see the attached correspondence.

Kind Regards

Kerry Foreman for
Information Management Officer

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Dear Freedom of Information Team,

I would like to cancel this FOI request as the information is no longer needed.

Yours sincerely,

Dan Rawle

Freedom of Information Team, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service

Dear Mr Rawle,

Thank you for your email. I will now cancel the request.

Kind Regards

Kerry Foreman for
Information Management Officer

Strategy & Performance Directorate
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service Headquarters
Bridle Road, Bootle,
L30 4YD
t) 0151 296 4000   

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