Graham Mitchell

Dear Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service,

Please can provide the details for the Swinley Forest fire from May 2011. Please can you also provide all appliances that attended including wildfire experts and over the borders appliances.

Yours faithfully,

Graham Mitchell

Christopher Glenn, Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service

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Dear Graham Mitchell,

Many thanks for your e-mail message of 10 June, 2011 on the above subject,
which is receiving attention.  It may assist you to know that your
Request for Information is being dealt with in accordance with the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (the Regulations).

Please find attached two Press Releases provided by Royal Berkshire Fire
and Rescue Service Corporate Communications Department, and a redacted
(edited prior to publication) copy of the separate main Incident
Reports.  With regard to the redaction, I confirm this applies to Data
Protected Material in accordance with Regulations 12(3) and 13 of the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004, as well as the Principles of
the Data Protection Act 1998; and Public Safety Information in accordance
with Regulations 12(1) and 12(5)(a) of the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004.

It may also assist you to know that there is an `Incidents of Public
Interest' Page on our website, which contains a description of the
resources used during the Incident.  To view the webpage please click
on the following link: [1]http://www.rbfrs.co.uk/incidents.html .

I hope the information is of assistance to you, and should you have any
further queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

In drawing to a close, please be advised that Royal Berkshire Fire and
Rescue Service (RBFRS) retains the copyright and/or intellectual property
rights relating to all the information that has been provided to you.

In conclusion, I would like to take this opportunity to advise you that
if, at any time, you are dissatisfied with the way in which we deal with
your enquiry, you can submit a Complaint using the Royal Berkshire Fire
and Rescue Service's Complaints Procedure which is available via our
website [2]www.rbfrs.co.uk . Having exhausted our Complaints Procedure,
you may ultimately refer your complaint to the Information Commissioner,
whose website is [3]http://www.ico.gov.uk/ , for final determination.

Yours sincerely,

{ Christopher R Glenn }

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Christopher R Glenn

Document Management and Information Requests Officer

Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service

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