Dear Warrington Borough Council,

I am seeking plans for the Culcheth Linear Park (located off Wigshaw Lane, Culcheth), which I believe is owned & managed by Warrington Borough Council.

In particular I am looking for any documentation held dating from or around the time the land was acquired from British Rail, particularly any documentation or drawings held showing the land sold, and showing any assets sold with the land (eg assets, bridges etc).

I hope you might be able to assist, many thanks in anticipation of your time.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Hanson

FOI, Warrington Borough Council

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FOI E&R, Warrington Borough Council

Good afternoon,

I acknowledge that your request for information (as below) has been received.

A response should be sent to you within 20 working days of receipt of your request, therefore you should be sent a response by 30 March 2020.
Should you need anything further please let me know.
Kind Regards


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Jennings, Paula, Warrington Borough Council

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Dear Mr Hanson


Please find attached a letter and 2 other associated documents in response
to your Freedom of Information request.


Yours sincerely


Paula Jennings

Property Information Officer


Warrington Borough Council

Property and Estate Management

Growth Directorate

Quattro , Buttermarket Street

Warrington WA1 2NL


[1]email      [2][email address]

[3]telephone      01925 442784


Web:  [4]



[5]W&CO                                [6]Corridor


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Dear Ms Jennings,

Many thanks for your reply, which is exactly what I was looking for. I shall mark the request as closed.

Once again thank you for your time, which is very much appreciated.

Yours sincerely,

Daniel Hanson