Information on Transaction with AMAS LTD COMMON RECEIPTS ACCOUNT in Mar 2010

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Dear Greater London Authority,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 I would like to request the following information:

All documents relating to the following payment, including (but not limited to) purchase orders, invoices, contracts, and tender document

Supplier: AMAS LTD COMMON RECEIPTS ACCOUNT
Date/period: Mar 2010
Amount: £1656030.0
Data from: http://www.london.gov.uk/who-runs-london...

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If you need any clarification of this request or if it is too broad in any way please feel free to email me. If some parts of this request are more difficult to answer than others please release the answerable material as it is available rather than hold up the entire request for the contested data.

If FOI requests of a similar nature have already been asked could you please include your responses to those requests. I would be grateful if you could confirm in writing that you have received this request, and I look forward to hearing from you within the 20-working day statutory time period.

Yours faithfully,

Chris Taggart

Greater London Authority

From: [FOI #55568 email]
To: [Greater London Authority request email]
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Information on Transaction
with AMAS LTD COMMON RECEIPTS ACCOUNT in Mar 2010

The Mayor would like to thank you for your interest in his work and he is
keen to answer your query as quickly and fully as possible. As you will
appreciate, he receives a very large amount of correspondence but he is
committed to responding to your query within 20 working days.

However, the Greater London Authority (GLA) will only respond to queries
that relate to its work and will refer relevant queries to the appropriate
functional body for them to reply. Transport related queries will be
referred to Transport for London (TfL).

Please note that the GLA does not accept unsolicited job applications or
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Thank you for taking the time to write to the Mayor of London, Boris
Johnson.

Yours truly

Public Liaison Unit

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Dear Chris Taggart,

Please find attached a response to your recent request for information.

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer
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Dear Paul,

I'm a bit confused as to why the lease wasn't included with the response. The request specifically requested "All documents relating to the following payment, including (but not limited to) purchase orders, invoices, contracts, and tender document", and the lease would certainly fall into that category). Hope this can be easily rectified.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Taggart

Greater London Authority

From: [FOI #55568 email]
To: [Greater London Authority request email]
Subject: RE: MGLA231210-7107 Freedom of Information request -
Information on Transaction with AMAS LTD COMMON RECEIPTS ACCOUNT in Mar
2010

The Mayor would like to thank you for your interest in his work and he is
keen to answer your query as quickly and fully as possible. As you will
appreciate, he receives a very large amount of correspondence but he is
committed to responding to your query within 20 working days.

However, the Greater London Authority (GLA) will only respond to queries
that relate to its work and will refer relevant queries to the appropriate
functional body for them to reply. Transport related queries will be
referred to Transport for London (TfL).

Please note that the GLA does not accept unsolicited job applications or
CVs. Information on current vacancies is available on our website at:
[1]http://www.london.gov.uk/jobs

Thank you for taking the time to write to the Mayor of London, Boris
Johnson.

Yours truly

Public Liaison Unit

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

Dear Chris Taggart,

Lease documents for City Hall are available from the Land Registry and can be requested from http://www.landreg.gov.uk/

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

If you are unhappy with the way the GLA has handled your request, you may complain using the complaints procedure, available at: http://www.london.gov.uk/freedom-informa...

Dear Paul,

I'm a bit confused as to why the lease wasn't included with the
response. The request specifically requested "All documents
relating to the following payment, including (but not limited to)
purchase orders, invoices, contracts, and tender document", and the
lease would certainly fall into that category). Hope this can be
easily rectified.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Taggart

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

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Dear Chris Taggart,

Please find attached a copy of the lease.

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

Dear Paul,

I'm a bit confused as to why the lease wasn't included with the
response. The request specifically requested "All documents
relating to the following payment, including (but not limited to)
purchase orders, invoices, contracts, and tender document", and the
lease would certainly fall into that category). Hope this can be
easily rectified.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Taggart

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