Graeme Bickerdike

Dear Sir/Madam

Could you please provide us with any correspondence/emails or reports/documentation sent to/received from Highways England since 1 May 2021 regarding the bridge which carries the B6259 over a disused railway at Great Musgrave (NY 76475 13603). Such exchanges would most likely be with the Highways Authority.

Also, could you please provide any inspection reports relating to this bridge held by the Council and dated after 1 January 2016.

We recognise that this request is significantly more onerous than the one we submitted on 7 June 2021 but, again, your earliest attention would be appreciated.

Yours faithfully

Graeme Bickerdike

Information Governance, Cumbria County Council

Dear Graeme Bickerdike 

Environmental Information Regulations 2004 Reference: FOI-9584-2021

Thank you for your request for information regarding the bridge which
carries the B6259, which was received on 23/06/2021.

The council aims to provide you with the information within the statutory
timescale of 20 working days in this case the date is 20/07/2021.
Subject to the information not being exempt or containing any references
to third parties.

The council will, as a matter of routine make information available in
electronic format. Where it is not practical to do this information will
be provided in hard copy (paper). If information is required in
alternative formats e.g. language, audio, large print, etc., please
indicate this as soon as possible so the council can consider your
request.

The Environmental Information Regulations 2004 define a number of
exemptions/exceptions which may prevent information being released to you
automatically. The council will make an assessment about the application
of any exemptions/exceptions and issue you with a decision letter, which
will include details of your right to appeal.

If the information you request contains reference to a third party the
council will consult with them prior to making a decision about the
release of information.

In accordance with the council's Charging Policy a fee may be charged for
supplying information. If a fee is payable you will be issued with a fees
notice. The applicable fee must be paid in full before the information is
processed and released. The statutory time limit for responses is
suspended until the council has received and processed your payment. If
payment is not received within three months of issuing the fees notice
your request will be closed.

If you have any queries or concerns about this email do not hesitate to
contact us.

Many thanks 

Information Governance Team
Corporate, Customer & Community | Cumbria County Council
Service Centre | Parkhouse Building | Kingmoor Business Park
| Carlisle | CA6 4SJ
 
t: 01228 221234 
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Information Governance, Cumbria County Council

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Dear Graeme Bickerdike 

Environmental Information Regulations 2004, Reference: FOI-9584-2021

Please see attached for a response to your request for information.

Many thanks 

Information Governance Team
Corporate, Customer & Community | Cumbria County Council
Service Centre | Parkhouse Building | Kingmoor Business Park
| Carlisle | CA6 4SJ
 
t: 01228 221234 
[1]https://cumbria.gov.uk
 

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