First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability)

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Dear HM Courts and Tribunals Service,

For the purposes of these questions, all the below refer to the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability).

* How many phase transfer appeals were heard in 2022 between September and December inclusive?
* What capacity is provided for the tribunal to hear phase transfer appeals before September 2023?
* How many SEND appeal hearings were vacated and relisted in 2022 due to a) Lack of judicial availability and b) A flexible timetable being applied?
* How many SEND appeal hearings took place in August 2022?
* What percentage of appeals in 2022 were withdrawn or agreed by consent prior to the hearing date?
* How many judges are available to hear appeal SEND cases in the tribunal? How many judicial vacancies are there in this tribunal?
* As of today, what is the current outstanding caseload for appeals in the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability)?

Yours faithfully,

John Hyde

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Dear HM Courts and Tribunals Service,

This response is now more than two weeks late. Please advise when you are likely to respond.

Yours faithfully,

John Hyde

Disclosure Team, HM Courts and Tribunals Service

Dear Mr Hyde

A response was sent to your most recent request on the 30th March under reference 230303036

Regards

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Dear Disclosure Team,

I have not received the response referred to above. Could you respond on this site or email to [email address]

Yours sincerely,

John Hyde

NS.KILO, HM Courts and Tribunals Service

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I apologise if you have not received the response, this was sent as noted above.

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