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Dear East Riding of Yorkshire Council,

1 How many complaints relating to public footpath obstructions have resulted in prosecution?
2 How many complaints regarding diversion of public footpaths have resulted in prosecution?
3 How many applications to permanently divert public footpaths have been approved through the full formal process how many have been declined?
4 How many applications to permanently divert public footpaths have been approved through the full formal process how many have been declined?
5 Please disclose all successful modifications orders granted and declined.

Please show Kelsey gardens and surrounding areas of Burstwick separate.

Please show all information for a time scale of 2005 until present day

Yours faithfully,

Mr K Hurd

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Dear East Riding of Yorkshire Council,

This FOI is long overdue. You have a legal requirement to answer.

Yours faithfully,

Mr K Hurd

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