Details and emails of a meeting between Scottish Water and Highland Council dated 29 November 2016

Clive Meredith made this Freedom of Information request to Highland Council

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Dear Highland Council,

Please provide details of correspondence and emails between Mark Clough (Highland Council) and an unnamed (unknown) member of Scottish Water staff concerning the change of traffic management plan (Ardersier) discussed and agreed between said individuals.

Yours faithfully,

Clive Meredith

Highland Council

Case Ref: HC0226-952

 

Dear Clive Meredith,

We acknowledge receipt of your request for information under the
FOI legislation received on 09/12/2016.

Subject:

Traffic Management

 

Request Detail:

Dear Highland Council, Please provide details of correspondence and
emails between Mark Clough (Highland Council) and an unnamed (unknown)
member of Scottish Water staff concerning the change of traffic
management plan (Ardersier) discussed and agreed between said
individuals. Yours faithfully, Clive Meredith

 

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scale of 20 working days from date of receipt unless further clarification
of your request is required.

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The Highland Council

 

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buntainn ri gnothachas Chomhairle na Gàidhealtachd, 's ann leis an neach
fhèin a chuir air falbh e a tha iad, is chan eil iad an-còmhnaidh a'
riochdachadh beachdan na Comhairle, no buidhnean buntainneach, agus chan
eil am post-d seo na phàirt de chunnradh sam bith mura h-eil sin air
innse.

Listening * Open * Valuing * Improving * Supporting * Partnering * Delivering
Èisteachd * Fosgailte * Luach * Leasachadh * Taic * Com-pàirteachas *
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Dear Highland Council,
I have not received a response from you under the FOI legislation. Please respond to this request at your earliest convenience.

Yours faithfully,

Clive Meredith

Freedom of Information, Highland Council

Dear Mr Meredith

I am sorry that you have not received a response to your FOI request. I have contacted the service handling your request and we hope to have this sent to you shortly.

Kind regards

Leanne Gair
Customer Services Officer
Chief Executive's Office

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2 Attachments

Dear Mr Meredith

 

Request for Information under Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004

Email 1 of 3

 

We refer to your request for information on 13 December 2016. You
requested the following information:-

 

Please provide details of correspondence and emails between Mark Clough
(Highland Council) and an unnamed (unknown) member of Scottish Water staff
concerning the change of traffic management plan (Ardersier) discussed and
agreed between said individuals.

 

The Council considers that the information requested falls within the
definition of Environmental Information as defined by the Environmental
Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 (EIRs).  Such information is
exempt from disclosure under Section 39(2) of FOISA, however the Council
must consider your request under the EIRs.  Your request has, therefore,
been treated as a request under the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004.

 

We have attached copies of the requested correspondence.  Due to the size
of the attachments it will be necessary to supply this information in
three separate emails.  We have redacted any personal information within
this correspondence in line with the Data Protection Act.

 

Under Regulation 16 of the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004 (EIRs), you have the right to request that the Highland
Council reviews any aspect of how it has dealt with your request. This
requirement for review should be put in writing to the Freedom of
Information Officer, Chief Executive’s Office, Glenurquhart Road,
Inverness IV3 5NX, within 40 working days of receipt of this letter. The
request should include details of the information requested and the
aspects of the Highland Council’s response which you are not satisfied
with.

 

If you are subsequently dissatisfied with the outcome of the Council's
review, you have the right to appeal to the Scottish Information
Commissioner under Regulation 17 of the EIRS, within six months of
receiving the Council's review response.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Ingrid Frost

Customer Services Officer

 

E-mail: [1][email address]

Development and Infrastructure Service

The Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road

Inverness, IV3 5NX

 

 

 

 

Unless related to the business of The Highland Council, the views or
opinions expressed within this e-mail are those of the sender and do not
necessarily reflect those of The Highland Council, or associated bodies,
nor does this e-mail form part of any contract unless so stated.
Mura h-eil na beachdan a tha air an cur an cèill sa phost-d seo a'
buntainn ri gnothachas Chomhairle na Gàidhealtachd, 's ann leis an neach
fhèin a chuir air falbh e a tha iad, is chan eil iad an-còmhnaidh a'
riochdachadh beachdan na Comhairle, no buidhnean buntainneach, agus chan
eil am post-d seo na phàirt de chunnradh sam bith mura h-eil sin air
innse.

Listening * Open * Valuing * Improving * Supporting * Partnering * Delivering
Èisteachd * Fosgailte * Luach * Leasachadh * Taic * Com-pàirteachas *
Lìbhrigeadh

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5 Attachments

Dear Mr Meredith

 

Request for Information under Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004

Email 2 of 3

 

We refer to your request for information on 13 December 2016. You
requested the following information: -

 

Please provide details of correspondence and emails between Mark Clough
(Highland Council) and an unnamed (unknown) member of Scottish Water staff
concerning the change of traffic management plan (Ardersier) discussed and
agreed between said individuals.

 

The Council considers that the information requested falls within the
definition of Environmental Information as defined by the Environmental
Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 (EIRs).  Such information is
exempt from disclosure under Section 39(2) of FOISA, however the Council
must consider your request under the EIRs.  Your request has, therefore,
been treated as a request under the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004.

 

We have attached copies of the requested correspondence.  This is email
two of three. We have redacted any personal information within this
correspondence in line with the Data Protection Act.

 

Under Regulation 16 of the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004 (EIRs), you have the right to request that the Highland
Council reviews any aspect of how it has dealt with your request. This
requirement for review should be put in writing to the Freedom of
Information Officer, Chief Executive’s Office, Glenurquhart Road,
Inverness IV3 5NX, within 40 working days of receipt of this letter. The
request should include details of the information requested and the
aspects of the Highland Council’s response which you are not satisfied
with.

 

If you are subsequently dissatisfied with the outcome of the Council's
review, you have the right to appeal to the Scottish Information
Commissioner under Regulation 17 of the EIRS, within six months of
receiving the Council's review response.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Ingrid Frost

Customer Services Officer

 

E-mail: [1][email address]

Development and Infrastructure Service

The Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road

Inverness, IV3 5NX

 

 

 

 

Unless related to the business of The Highland Council, the views or
opinions expressed within this e-mail are those of the sender and do not
necessarily reflect those of The Highland Council, or associated bodies,
nor does this e-mail form part of any contract unless so stated.
Mura h-eil na beachdan a tha air an cur an cèill sa phost-d seo a'
buntainn ri gnothachas Chomhairle na Gàidhealtachd, 's ann leis an neach
fhèin a chuir air falbh e a tha iad, is chan eil iad an-còmhnaidh a'
riochdachadh beachdan na Comhairle, no buidhnean buntainneach, agus chan
eil am post-d seo na phàirt de chunnradh sam bith mura h-eil sin air
innse.

Listening * Open * Valuing * Improving * Supporting * Partnering * Delivering
Èisteachd * Fosgailte * Luach * Leasachadh * Taic * Com-pàirteachas *
Lìbhrigeadh

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D&I FOI, Highland Council

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Dear Mr Meredith

 

Request for Information under Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004

Email 3 of 3

 

We refer to your request for information on 13 December 2016. You
requested the following information: -

 

Please provide details of correspondence and emails between Mark Clough
(Highland Council) and an unnamed (unknown) member of Scottish Water staff
concerning the change of traffic management plan (Ardersier) discussed and
agreed between said individuals.

 

The Council considers that the information requested falls within the
definition of Environmental Information as defined by the Environmental
Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 (EIRs).  Such information is
exempt from disclosure under Section 39(2) of FOISA, however the Council
must consider your request under the EIRs.  Your request has, therefore,
been treated as a request under the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004.

 

We have attached copies of the requested correspondence.  This is email
three of three. We have redacted any personal information within this
correspondence in line with the Data Protection Act.

 

Under Regulation 16 of the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004 (EIRs), you have the right to request that the Highland
Council reviews any aspect of how it has dealt with your request. This
requirement for review should be put in writing to the Freedom of
Information Officer, Chief Executive’s Office, Glenurquhart Road,
Inverness IV3 5NX, within 40 working days of receipt of this letter. The
request should include details of the information requested and the
aspects of the Highland Council’s response which you are not satisfied
with.

 

If you are subsequently dissatisfied with the outcome of the Council's
review, you have the right to appeal to the Scottish Information
Commissioner under Regulation 17 of the EIRS, within six months of
receiving the Council's review response.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Ingrid Frost

Customer Services Officer

 

E-mail: [1][email address]

Development and Infrastructure Service

The Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road

Inverness, IV3 5NX

 

 

 

 

Unless related to the business of The Highland Council, the views or
opinions expressed within this e-mail are those of the sender and do not
necessarily reflect those of The Highland Council, or associated bodies,
nor does this e-mail form part of any contract unless so stated.
Mura h-eil na beachdan a tha air an cur an cèill sa phost-d seo a'
buntainn ri gnothachas Chomhairle na Gàidhealtachd, 's ann leis an neach
fhèin a chuir air falbh e a tha iad, is chan eil iad an-còmhnaidh a'
riochdachadh beachdan na Comhairle, no buidhnean buntainneach, agus chan
eil am post-d seo na phàirt de chunnradh sam bith mura h-eil sin air
innse.

Listening * Open * Valuing * Improving * Supporting * Partnering * Delivering
Èisteachd * Fosgailte * Luach * Leasachadh * Taic * Com-pàirteachas *
Lìbhrigeadh

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