Holding kennels for stray dogs

Carla Bloomfield made this Freedom of Information request to Brighton and Hove City Council

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Carla Bloomfield

Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

Please can you answer the following:-

1. The name/s and address/es of the establishment/s to which dogs
are taken when found to be straying in your area.

2, How often are the holding kennels inspected by the council?

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

Carla Bloomfield

Brighton and Hove City Council

This is an update regarding your request for information under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000, ref: FOI:5012/2015

1. Names and addresses are withheld under S.43 (commercially sensitive).
2. All kennels we use have Animal Boarding Licences, issued by the local
authority they reside in

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