Dear North East Lincolnshire Council,

Plase could you kindly supply all information on humberston fitties regarding Tingdene notification to you regarding changes to the chalet park
what permission have you given to them to sell the empty green spaces

next question from the Cabinet meeting 15th March 2017

Councilor Matthew Patrick stated at the meeting
on 15th March 2017 the cabinet meeting of the disposal of Humberstone fitties,
which at 14:13 PM.
Councillor Matthew Patrick stated below

He has also highlighted that any changes to the park that the new leaseholder may want to make would have to be notified to the council, and they would work to ensure the interests of the residents are met.

Please can you provide all emails and all the information contained in this statement above From Tingdene to NELC regarding the changes they made to Humberstone fitties chalet park since 2017 to 2024

This can be sent to the email address from which this FOI has been sent from

And one more clarification is required on Humberstone fittie below
please advise if Humberstone fitties is a Chalet park if so what right has Tingdene have to change to Holiday Park, and did Tingdene infrom yourselves regarding the change

Yours faithfully,

Wayne Shaw

Freedom Of Information (NELC), North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Sir / Madam

 

I am pleased to acknowledge your request for information, which has been
allocated the reference number NELC/30798/2425.

Your request has been passed to the relevant department and you can expect
your response within the 20 working day limit. If it will take us longer
than 20 working days to respond to you, we will inform you of this and
provide you with the expected date for receiving a response.

 

Further information about how we will deal with your Freedom of
Information requests is available on our website at:

 

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Please feel free to contact me if you require any further information or
assistance quoting the reference number above.

Yours sincerely

 

North East Lincolnshire Council

 

 

 

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Freedom Of Information (NELC), North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Sir / Madam

 

Thank you for your information request, reference number NELC/30798/2425.
I can confirm that North East Lincolnshire Council holds the following
information:

 

Please could you kindly supply all information on humberston fitties
regarding Tingdene notification to you regarding changes to the chalet
park what permission have you given to them to sell the empty green spaces

No notification has been received in respect to any changes to the Chalet
Park, any changes therefore would not affect the Permitted Use clause
within the lease. There has been no permission required to lease the
former plots.

 

next question from the Cabinet meeting 15th March 2017

 

Councilor Matthew Patrick stated at the meeting on 15th March 2017 the
cabinet meeting of the disposal of Humberstone fitties, which at 14:13 PM.

Councillor Matthew Patrick stated below

 

He has also highlighted that any changes to the park that the new
leaseholder may want to make would have to be notified to the council, and
they would work to ensure the interests of the residents are met.

 

Please can you provide all emails and all the information contained in
this statement above From Tingdene to NELC regarding the changes they made
to Humberstone fitties chalet park since 2017 to 2024

 

In the minutes of the Cabinet meeting on the 15th March 2017 there is no
mention of Cllr Patrick’s comments and therefore no information is held in
relation to this part of your request.

 

Please note however, the only time Tingdene would need to request
Landlord’s permission is if there were material changes that affect the
Permitted Use clause in the Lease. No material changes have been made,
therefore the Council does not need to be notified.

 

And one more clarification is required on Humberstone fittie below please
advise if Humberstone fitties is a Chalet park if so what right has
Tingdene have to change to Holiday Park, and did Tingdene infrom
yourselves regarding the change

The classification of Humberston Fitties reflects the planning permission
granted on the 25^th June 1992 when extending the seasonal opening and
operating period of the park, which refers to “Continue the use of land
for holiday purposes..”; the Permitted Use within the lease to Tingdene
states: “use as a chalet park and yacht club and as ancillary thereto car
parking, reception, management services and such other purposes provided
for the benefit of users and occupiers of the Property”.

 

If you believe that your request for information has not been handled in
accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, you have the right to
request an internal review by the Council. If you wish to request an
internal review, please write to us detailing the reasons why. Please be
clear about which elements of the Council’s response or handling of the
request you are unhappy with and would like the Council to address during
the internal review process.  If following this you are still dissatisfied
you may contact the Office of the Information Commissioner.

 

Yours sincerely

 

North East Lincolnshire Council

 

 

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Dear North East Lincolnshire Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of North East Lincolnshire Council's handling of my FOI request 'Humberstone fitties'.

My complaint is regarding the secton from which Cllr Matthew Patrick clearly states from this link

https://www.24liveblog.com/live/16840160...

which at 14:13 PM.

Councillor Matthew Patrick stated below
He has also highlighted that any changes to the park that the new
leaseholder may want to make would have to be notified to the council, and
they would work to ensure the interests of the residents are met.
On taking and getting clarification from a ex councillor who clearly said that cabinet meeting are noted for references if any problems arise that this can be looked for in case of legal issues
on which this has clearly not been taken despite North East Lincolnshire Council saying that this is not in the minutes of full council cabinet dated in 2017
I have attached a link from 24 hour blog which a reporter noted that Cllr Matthew Patrick said this

 

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/h...

Yours faithfully,

Wayne Shaw

Freedom Of Information (NELC), North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Sir / Madam 

 

I am pleased to acknowledge your correspondence and wish to confirm that
an internal review of the handling of your information request
NELC/30798/2425 is to take place.

 

If it will take us longer than 20 working days to respond to you, we will
inform you of this and provide you with the expected date for receiving a
response.

 

Further information about how we will deal with your Freedom of
Information requests is available on our website at:
[1]https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/your-council/...

 

If you have any queries or require further assistance, please contact us.

Yours sincerely

 

North East Lincolnshire Council

 

 

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Freedom Of Information (NELC), North East Lincolnshire Council

Dear Sir / Madam 

Further to your request an internal review has taken place into North East
Lincolnshire Council's handling of your information request reference
NELC/30798/2425.

I have reviewed the response provided to you and the handling of your
request in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act and find:

• That your request was responded to within the statutory time of 20
working days;
• That you were informed whether or not the information you asked for
was held by North East Lincolnshire Council;
• That you were provided with the available information you asked for or
provided with the reasons why any information you had asked for could
not be supplied; and
• That your response provided you with your rights of appeal. 

I am therefore satisfied that the Council has acted in accordance with its
statutory duties in the handling of your request.

I can however further confirm that the minutes are not a verbatim record
of the meeting. The minutes would have been submitted to Cabinet for
agreement and then to full Council for approval and there was no request
to amend the minutes. A member of the Democratic Services team would have
been present at the meeting and taken notes but these are to assist with
the compilation of the minutes and our practice is to destroy notes once
the minutes have been approved by full Council.  As such we cannot verify
the comments made on a third party blog.

I trust that this internal review answers your queries in relation to your
request and clarifies that your request has been handled in accordance
with statutory requirements. 

If you remain dissatisfied with the Council’s handling of your request, or
the decision of the internal review you can request an independent review
by contacting the Information Commissioner's Office at Wycliffe House,
Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.

Yours sincerely

 

North East Lincolnshire Council

 

 

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