Dear Southwark Borough Council,
Given the ruling EA/2013/0162 to disclose Heygate Viability Assesment, I would like you to review my request from 10 May 2012:
20 working days have elapsed and I still have not received a response. Could you please advise on any progress you have made.
Dear Mr Novakovic,
Re: Your request for information: 562886
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 28
September 2015 in which you requested:
Given the ruling EA/2013/0162 to disclose Heygate Viability Assesment, I
would like you to review my request from 10 May 2012:
Your request was being dealt with under Environmental Information
Regulations (EIR) 2004.
Please find the information you requested attached.
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