Details of Current Empty Commercial Properties

Colin J Whelan made this Freedom of Information request to Birmingham City Council

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please can you provide me with the following information under the
Freedom Of Information Act 2000:-

(a) addresses and rateable values of empty Commercial properties
that are within Birmingham City Council area; and

(b) the names of the owners of those properties referred to in (a)

Yours faithfully,

Colin J Whelan

Birmingham City Council

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Dear Mr Whelan

Please see attached a recent response to a similar request.

(See attached file: Rateable value file match.XLS)

Regards

Corporate Information Governance Team


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Details of Current Empty Commercial
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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please can you provide me with the following information under the
Freedom Of Information Act 2000:-

(a) addresses and rateable values of empty Commercial properties
that are within Birmingham City Council area; and

(b) the names of the owners of those properties referred to in (a)

Yours faithfully,

Colin J Whelan

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

I have noted that the list you have kindly provided only shows properties currently receiving 100% relief.

I would therefore request you provide a list of all properties that are currently empty, including those with 0% relief.

Yours faithfully,

Colin J Whelan

Birmingham City Council

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Dear Mr Whelan

Please see a previous release as before.

(See attached file: Commercial property details.FOI .xls)

regards

Corporate Information Governance Team


Colin J Whelan
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21/12/2009 10:56
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- Details of Current Empty
Commercial Properties





Dear Birmingham City Council,

I have noted that the list you have kindly provided only shows
properties currently receiving 100% relief.

I would therefore request you provide a list of all properties that
are currently empty, including those with 0% relief.

Yours faithfully,

Colin J Whelan

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Is it possible to have the Rateable Values on the spreadsheet.

Yours faithfully,

Colin J Whelan

Birmingham City Council

Dear Mr Whelan

Freedom of Information Act 2000 - Request for Information

Thank you for your recent enquiry for information held by the Council under
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please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team on 0121 303 4876.

Yours sincerely

Corporate Information Governance Team

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