Has NPS's insurer been informed about the toxic waste school issues?

Sheila Oliver made this Freedom of Information request to NPS Property Consultants Limited This request has been closed to new correspondence. Contact us if you think it should be reopened.

The request was refused by NPS Property Consultants Limited.

Sheila Oliver

Dear NPS Property Consultants Limited,

1) How many schools on toxic land has NPS been involved with?

2) Has this area of your business been fully discussed with your insurers? Please let me see documentary evidence if it has.

Kind regards

Sheila Oliver

alan m dransfield (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

It would appear that health and safety irregularities at PFI schools are NOT isolated to Devon.
It would also appear that childrens health and safety is being knowingly and wilfull compromised for a few dollar kickbacks to local councillors.
How much longer before we get another Abafan.

Sheila Oliver

Dear NPS Property Consultants Limited,

Please could you reply to this question.

Yours faithfully,

Sheila Oliver

Sharp, Deirdre,

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Dear Mrs Oliver,
Your request of 8 May 2011 has now been processed.
You asked:
1) How many schools on toxic land has NPS been involved with?

2) Has this area of your business been fully discussed with your insurers?
Please let me see documentary evidence if it has.
Your request for information has been refused.

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Ben Harris left an annotation ()

I moved the above response from another request, to which it had been misaddressed.

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Ben Harris, WhatDoTheyKnow volunteer.