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East Hampshire Local Plan - Large Development Sites

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Dear East Hampshire District Council

The Council has announced that it is to consult in relation to 10 large development sites in East Hampshire, it explains that two sites will be selected as part of the development of the Local Plan.
https://www.easthants.gov.uk/large-devel...

THIS INFORMATION REQUEST ASKS THE COUNCIL TO PLEASE MAKE AVAILABLE COPIES OF SUCH INFORMATION THAT IT HOLDS REGARDING:

1. Determination of the need for 2 further large development sites and identification of the 10 candidate sites.

2. Criteria against which sites will be evaluated, how they will be compared and ultimately selected for inclusion in the Local Plan. Any preliminary evaluation of the sites.

3. Land between Blackberry Lane and Alton Lane in Four Marks, Alton that comprises the whole or part of one of the potential large development sites. The information requested should include but not be limited to:
(a) site location e.g. map
(b) minutes and notes of meetings; notes of telephone conversations and correspondence:
(i) with Landowners (both individually and collectively)
(ii) with District Councillors and other County or Parish Councillors and/or their
representatives.
(iii) between Council Officials

The Council is respectfully reminded that it has a duty to respond under the Environmental Information Regulations ‘as soon as possible and no later than 20 working days after the date of receipt of the request’.

Regards,

R Paul

Customer Services,

Dear R Paul ,
This is an automated acknowledgement that your Information Request has
been received by the council on 14/08/2019  and has been given the
reference number:  REF-05176-W7X8 . 

Your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and/or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004
and will be answered within 20 working days of receipt of the information
request.

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Your request details:
Sent: 14 August 2019 13:23
To: InfoRequests East Hants <[East Hampshire District Council request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - East Hampshire Local Plan -
Large Development Sites

Dear East Hampshire District Council

The Council has announced that it is to consult in relation to 10 large
development sites in East Hampshire, it explains that two sites will be
selected as part of the development of the Local Plan.
https://www.easthants.gov.uk/large-devel...

THIS INFORMATION REQUEST ASKS THE COUNCIL TO PLEASE MAKE AVAILABLE COPIES
OF SUCH INFORMATION THAT IT HOLDS REGARDING:

1. Determination of the need for 2 further large development sites and
identification of the 10 candidate sites.

2. Criteria against which sites will be evaluated, how they will be
compared and ultimately selected for inclusion in the Local Plan. Any
preliminary evaluation of the sites.

3. Land between Blackberry Lane and Alton Lane in Four Marks, Alton that
comprises the whole or part of one of the potential large development
sites. The information requested should include but not be limited to:
(a) site location e.g. map
(b) minutes and notes of meetings; notes of telephone conversations and
correspondence:
(i) with Landowners (both individually and collectively)
(ii) with District Councillors and other County or Parish Councillors
and/or their
representatives.
(iii) between Council Officials

The Council is respectfully reminded that it has a duty to respond under
the Environmental Information Regulations ‘as soon as possible and no
later than 20 working days after the date of receipt of the request’.  
Please quote your reference above number when contacting us.

Kind regards,

East Hampshire District Council

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