Dear Bristol City Council,
Please supply me with a list of all (if any) Certificates of Lawful Development that have been decided at planning committee rather than by Planning Officers / BCC Legal Team.
I would like this information for the last 10 Years.
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Dear Andy FH
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Request has been received on : 12/03/2018.
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You sent us a Freedom of Information request on 12/03/2018
Your request number is CRN00159590
Our reply to your request is:
According to our records, there has been one decision made at
11/05334/CP - Land To The Rear Of 17 Vyvyan Terrace – certificate was
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