Dear Devon County Council,

I am looking to find out if the following was ever made/implemented and if so where was it advertised and can we have a copy of the sealed order
Devon County Council - Links Court Service Road, Thurlestone - Stopping up of Highway (Proposed 2016)
Yours faithfully,

angela pollock

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Dear Devon County Council,

 

I am looking to find out if the following was ever made/implemented and if
so where was it advertised and can we have a copy of the sealed order
Devon County Council - Links Court Service Road, Thurlestone - Stopping up
of Highway (Proposed 2016) Yours faithfully,

 

angela pollock

 

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Dear Angela Pollock,

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000

Information Request 8556228

 

We are in receipt of your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 dated 26 March 2019, and are pleased to provide
[1]Devon County Council’s response.

The response is also attached hereto in pdf format for your ease of
reference.

 

We hope this information is of assistance to you.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Jenny Goodall

Information Governance Officer

Information Governance Team

Room 120

County Hall

Exeter
EX2 4QD
Tel: 01392 383000 – Ask for Information Governance Team

Email: [2][Devon County Council request email]

 

Please note that Devon County Council now publishes most Freedom of
Information and Environmental Information Regulations request responses on
its publication scheme. Details of previous responses are available at
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The council requests that members of the public make use of its disclosure
log search facility before making a Freedom of Information or
Environmental Information Regulations request, as it is possible that the
information sought, may have been disclosed in response to a prior
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