Dear Camden Borough Council,

I would like to submit a Freedom of Information request for you to
provide me with a full list (in a machine-readable format,
preferably Excel) of highways maintainable at public expense
(including adopted roads) in camden. In addition, I would also
like to request a complete list of private roads and highways
within the Borough. .If you have a online mapping system which provides this please supply a direct link. Finally, if available, I would like a list of
roads and property maintained by Network Rail within the Borough.

Yours faithfully,

angela pollock

Stefano Pelizza, Camden Borough Council

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Camden Council - Information request (FOI/EIR) - Culture and environment

Our reference: 9938219

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Dear Sir/Madam

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request received on 23
January 2015

You requested information on:

Request to provide me with a full list (in a machine-readable format,
preferably Excel) of highways maintainable at public expense (including
adopted roads) in camden. In addition, I would also like to request a
complete list of private roads and highways within the Borough. .If you
have a online mapping system which provides this please supply a direct
link. Finally, if available, I would like a list of roads and property
maintained by Network Rail within the Borough.

Your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and will be answered within twenty working days.

If appropriate, the information may be provided in paper copy, normal font
size. If you require alternative formats, e.g. language, audio, large
print, etc. then please let me know.

For your information, the Act defines a number of exemptions which may
prevent release of the information you have requested. There will be an
assessment and if any of the exemption categories apply then it will not
be released. You will be informed if this is the case.

If the information you request was obtained from or relates to a third
party then they may be consulted prior to a decision being taken on
whether or not to release the information to you.

In some cases there may a fee payable for the information requested. This
will be considered and you will be informed of the fee payable if this is
the case. In this event the fee must be paid before the information is
processed and released. The 20 day time limit for responses is put on hold
until receipt of the payment.

If you have any queries about this request do not hesitate to contact me.
Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

Yours faithfully

Stefano Pelizza
Senior Service Programmer

Email: [email address]
Phone: 020 7974 8723
Fax: 4494

Stefano Pelizza, Camden Borough Council

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Camden Council - Information request (FOI/EIR) - Culture and environment

Our reference: 9938219

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Dear Angela Pollock,

Re: Freedom of Information Act 2000 - Refusal Notice

Your request for information, received on 23 January 2015, has now been
considered.

Unfortunately due to guidance given by the National Street Gazetteer
Custodian (Geoplace) we are unable to provide you with a copy of the
Street Gazetteer which is the software that holds all the information that
you have requested. Please see guidance below:

“With respect to data that is created under the Data Co-operation
Agreement (DCA), we would highlight that any extraction of data from Local
Street Gazetteers is subject to the terms of the DCA – this includes
extraction of the USRN, where that data contains intellectual property
rights of GeoPlace and/or Ordnance Survey (the majority of authorities
will have originally created LSGs based on Ordnance Survey data now
licenced through GeoPlace).  In order to protect local government’s
investment in the NSG, the DCA also stipulates that data cannot be
supplied in the format detailed in the DCA (i.e. the DTF). 

The LSG/NSG data can only be used by an organisation with a statutory duty
to coordinate street works activities or dig in the road or a legitimate
need to access the data connected to the core business function of an
organisation contributing data to and from the NSG.  Further information
can be found here - [1]http://thensg.org.uk/iansg/link.htm?nwid...

“Any entity that wishes to use LSG/NSG data will need to agree to terms
and conditions of supply set out on the NSG data download section of the
NSG website managed by GeoPlace(TM) LLP.

One of the main conditions of supply of LSG/NSG data is that the user must
also be appropriately licensed for the use of certain underlying Ordnance
Survey data before GeoPlace is able to allow access to the LSG/NSG data.

This briefing note provides a short summary explaining the requirement for
users of NSG data to be licensed for the use of underlying Ordnance Survey
data. The briefing note can be seen at
http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/docs/pap...

If you are unhappy with any aspect of the way in that your request has
been processed then you have the right to issue a complaint. If you wish
to issue a complaint, please set out in writing your grounds of appeal
(within 2 months of this correspondence) and send it to: Access to
Information Team, Legal Services, Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London,
WC1H 9LP and your complaint will be administered through our Internal
Review procedure.
 
If you are still not satisfied following the Internal Review, you have a
right to appeal to the Information Commissioner’s Office. They can be
contacted at: Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire. SK9 5AF.
Telephone: 01625 545 700
[2]www.ico.gov.uk

 

Yours sincerely

Stefano Pelizza
Senior Service Programmer

Email: [email address]
Phone: 020 7974 8723
Fax: 4494

References

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1. http://thensg.org.uk/iansg/link.htm?nwid...
2. http://www.ico.gov.uk/

Dear Stefano Pelizza,

Can you please clarify if this then means that you don't hold a public register of adopted street within your council offices

Yours sincerely,

angela

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