Dinant Link and High Leigh Garden Village - Quality of road surface

Currently waiting for a response from Hertfordshire County Council, they should respond promptly and normally no later than (details).

Dear Hertfordshire County Council,

To the best of my knowledge it is believed that:
- The constructions works in July in relation to dumbbell roundabout on Dinant link road that will provide access to High Leigh Garden Village had issues.

- The constructions works in October that were carried out to remediate the works in July in relation to dumbbell roundabout on Dinant link road that will provide access to High Leigh Garden Village had issues.

- That Hertfordshire County Council require Lands Improvement Holdings or their contractors to carry out further works to remediate the works carried out in October to remediate the works that were carried out in July.

- That Lands Improvement Holdings contest the quality of the road surface with Hertfordshire County Council.

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Following this please provide the following information:

- All reports, assessments, recordings of phone calls, documents, letters, minuets of meetings, correspondence or emails between Hertfordshire County Council and any third party in relation to dumbbell roundabout (or road surface) on Dinant link road not being of sufficient standard to be signed off by Hertfordshire County Council regarding the construction works undertaken in July. I would particularly like to see any formal reports or assessments carried out by Hertfordshire County Council or a third party in relation to this matter.

- All reports, assessments, recordings of phone calls, documents, letters, minuets of meetings, correspondence or emails between Hertfordshire County Council and any third party in relation to dumbbell roundabout (or road surface) on Dinant link road not being of sufficient standard to be signed off by Hertfordshire County Council regarding the construction works undertaken in October. I would particularly like to see any formal reports or assessments carried out by Hertfordshire County Council or a third party in relation to this matter.

- Emails, recordings of phone calls or correspondence from any third party such as Lands Improvement Holdings or Breheny Civil engineering that contest the quality or road surface of the dumbbell roundabout.

In the above requests, by 'signed off' I mean of a standard that Hertfordshire County Council finds acceptable or does not require any further work to be undertaken.

What I am looking for in this request is the chain of correspondence between Hertfordshire County Council and Lands Improvement Holdings, or their contractors Breheny Civil Engineering, in regards to the works in July and October not being completed to the standard that Hertfordshire County Council demands or requires.

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Coward

Information Governance, Hertfordshire County Council

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Dear Thomas Coward

 

Reference number: EIR/ENV/12/18/16664

 

Thank you for your correspondence of the 6^th December 2018 requesting the
following information:

 

“Dear Hertfordshire County Council,

 

To the best of my knowledge it is believed that:

- The constructions works in July in relation to dumbbell roundabout on
Dinant link road that will provide access to High Leigh Garden Village had
issues.

 

- The constructions works in October that were carried out to remediate
the works in July in relation to dumbbell roundabout on Dinant link road
that will provide access to High Leigh Garden Village had issues.

 

- That Hertfordshire County Council require Lands Improvement Holdings or
their contractors to carry out further works to remediate the works
carried out in October to remediate the works that were carried out in
July.

 

- That Lands Improvement Holdings contest the quality of the road surface
with Hertfordshire County Council.

 

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