Greenwich town centre / Local Implementation Plan

Darryl Chamberlain made this Freedom of Information request to Transport for London

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Darryl Chamberlain

Dear Transport for London,

Would you be able to provide a copy of all correspondence between 1 November 2010 and 19 February 2011 between TfL's head of borough projects and programmes, David Rowe, and Greenwich Council regarding its plans for Greenwich town centre?

Thanks in advance for your assistance in this matter.

Yours faithfully,

Darryl Chamberlain

FOI, Transport for London

Dear Mr Chamberlain

Thank you for your email received by Transport for London (TfL) on 18
February 2011, asking for copies of correspondence between TfL’s Head of
Borough Projects and Programmes and Greenwich Council, regarding plans for
Greenwich town centre.

 

Your request will be processed in accordance with TfL’s Freedom of
Information Act 2000 procedure and a response will be provided to you by
18 March 2011 in accordance with the Act.

In the meantime, if you would like to discuss this matter further, please
do not hesitate to contact me on the below details.

Yours sincerely

James Grant

FOI Case Officer

FOI Case Management Team

Corporate Governance Directorate

General Counsel

Transport for London

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FOI, Transport for London

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Dear Mr Chamberlain,

Thank you for your email received by Transport for London (TfL) on 18
February 2011 regarding correspondence between TfL's Head of Borough
Projects and Programmes and Greenwich Council in connection with Greenwich
town centre.

Your request has been considered under the requirements of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and I can confirm that TfL does have the information
you require. You asked:

Would you be able to provide a copy of all correspondence between 1
November 2010 and 19 February 2011 between TfL's head of borough projects
and programmes, David Rowe, and Greenwich Council regarding its plans for
Greenwich town centre?

Please find attached a copy of a letter dated 16 December 2010 from David
Rowe to the London Borough of Greenwich. We have also attached the
minutes of the Network Management Group meeting of 8 November 2010, which
are referred to in this letter.

Please note that information contained in the minutes, which bears no
relation to Greenwich Town Centre or your request has been removed.

If this is not the information you are looking for please do not hesitate
to contact me on the details below.

Please see the attached information sheet for details of your right to
appeal.

Yours sincerely

James Grant

FOI Case Officer

FOI Case Management Team

Corporate Governance Directorate

General Counsel

Transport for London

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Transport for London

Our Ref: 1008567671/AJ

Date: 11.04.2011

Mr D Chamberlain

[FOI #62559 email]

Dear Mr Chamberlain

Please find below an update to your FOI request regarding the Greenwich
gyratory.

Greenwich Council is currently working with Transport for London (TfL),
and other stakeholders, on the Greenwich Town Centre (GTC) scheme. TfL is
supportive of the Council's objective of improving the quality of GTC and
delivering better streets that reflect the historical context and
significance of the area. Since the correspondence in December 2010
progress has been made in ensuring that any proposals are acceptable to
bus passengers and operators and reflect the requirement to balance the
needs of different road users.

We thank you for your correspondence.

Yours sincerely

Alexander Jackson

Customer Service Advisor

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