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Dear Greater London Authority,

1. Please can you send me copies of written internal communication between GLA officers, and of written communication between GLA officers and any person, company or other entity outside of the GLA - including the name of the company, entity or person and the position of the person within that company or other entity with whom communication took place - relating to the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report, all between the dates of 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019 inclusive, all in whatsoever form such communication may exist.
2. Please can you send me agendas and minutes of any meetings, and any reports supporting or stemming from such meetings, in which the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report is mentioned, all between the dates 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019.

Yours faithfully,

Caroline Scott

Greater London Authority

    From: [FOI #567051 email]
    To: [Greater London Authority request email]
    Subject: Freedom of Information request - Information relating to the
Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report

Thank you for contacting us about the work of the Mayor and/or City Hall.

 

We aim to respond to written communication as quickly as possible and
within 20 working days.

 

However, please note that we may not reply to correspondence we consider:

• Is addressed to another party and where the Mayor has been copied-in for
information only.
• Contains comments that do not require a response.
• Includes unsolicited job applications or CVs.
• Is trying to sell or market a product.
• To be vexatious or contains abusive or discriminatory language.

 

In addition, we will not respond where we specifically state that we are
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Thank you again for writing.

 

Yours sincerely,
Public Liaison Unit

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

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Dear Ms Scott

Please find attached response in relation to your request for information.

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

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Dear Greater London Authority,

1. Please can you send me copies of written internal communication between
GLA officers, and of written communication between GLA officers and any
person, company or other entity outside of the GLA - including the name of
the company, entity or person and the position of the person within that
company or other entity with whom communication took place - relating to
the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report, all between the dates of
1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019 inclusive, all in whatsoever form such
communication may exist.
2. Please can you send me agendas and minutes of any meetings, and any
reports supporting or stemming from such meetings, in which the Kingston
Direction of Travel Adoption Report is mentioned, all between the dates 1
December 2018 and 8 April 2019.

Yours faithfully,

Caroline Scott

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Dear Mayor of London,

Thank you for your reply and attached information.

For the sake of completeness, please can you send me any and all replies to the email from Kingston Council dated 16 January 2019 in which the council ask for "the decision notice/ report that went to the Mayor for sign-off of the Direction of Travel for Kingston upon Thames, (the "DoT") as well as any further correspondence between the GLA and Kingston Council, whether with officers or councillors, relating to the DoT and/ or the DoT adoption report or any decision notice or report that gives evidence of the adoption by the GLA of the DoT?

Yours sincerely,

Caroline Scott

Greater London Authority

    From: [FOI #567051 email]
    To: [Greater London Authority request email]
    Subject: RE: MGLA090419-9975 Freedom of Information request -
Information relating to the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report

Thank you for contacting us about the work of the Mayor and/or City Hall.

 

We aim to respond to written communication as quickly as possible and
within 20 working days.

 

However, please note that we may not reply to correspondence we consider:

• Is addressed to another party and where the Mayor has been copied-in for
information only.
• Contains comments that do not require a response.
• Includes unsolicited job applications or CVs.
• Is trying to sell or market a product.
• To be vexatious or contains abusive or discriminatory language.

 

In addition, we will not respond where we specifically state that we are
unable to enter into correspondence (for example, when inviting responses
to consultation documents).

 

If you have written to request the release of information under the
Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) or Environmental Information Regulations
(EIR), please take this message as confirmation your request has been
received. We will aim to provide a response within the statutory 20
working day deadline.
Further information on our service standards, is available on our website
at: [1]http://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/contac....

 

Thank you again for writing.

 

Yours sincerely,
Public Liaison Unit

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Dear Greater London Authority,

In your response to my point 2. you have mistakenly sent me the report for approval of development at 20 Eden Street in Kingston. Please can I repeat my initial request:

2. Please can you send me agendas and minutes of any meetings, and any reports supporting
or stemming from such meetings, in which the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report
is mentioned, all between the dates 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019.

Yours faithfully,

Caroline Scott

Greater London Authority

    From: [FOI #567051 email]
    To: [Greater London Authority request email]
    Subject: RE: RE: MGLA090419-9975 Freedom of Information request -
Information relating to the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report

Thank you for contacting us about the work of the Mayor and/or City Hall.

 

We aim to respond to written communication as quickly as possible and
within 20 working days.

 

However, please note that we may not reply to correspondence we consider:

• Is addressed to another party and where the Mayor has been copied-in for
information only.
• Contains comments that do not require a response.
• Includes unsolicited job applications or CVs.
• Is trying to sell or market a product.
• To be vexatious or contains abusive or discriminatory language.

 

In addition, we will not respond where we specifically state that we are
unable to enter into correspondence (for example, when inviting responses
to consultation documents).

 

If you have written to request the release of information under the
Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) or Environmental Information Regulations
(EIR), please take this message as confirmation your request has been
received. We will aim to provide a response within the statutory 20
working day deadline.
Further information on our service standards, is available on our website
at: [1]http://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/contac....

 

Thank you again for writing.

 

Yours sincerely,
Public Liaison Unit

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

Dear Ms Scott

In relation to this request, I refer you to our response of 3 June 2019
(ref MGLA090519-2298 )

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

Dear Greater London Authority,

In your response to my point 2. you have mistakenly sent me the report for
approval of development at 20 Eden Street in Kingston. Please can I repeat
my initial request:

2. Please can you send me agendas and minutes of any meetings, and any
reports supporting
or stemming from such meetings, in which the Kingston Direction of Travel
Adoption Report
is mentioned, all between the dates 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019.

Yours faithfully,

Caroline Scott

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

Dear Ms Scott

In relation to this request, I refer you to our response of 3 June 2019
(ref MGLA090519-2298 )

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

Dear Mayor of London,

Thank you for your reply and attached information.

For the sake of completeness, please can you send me any and all replies
to the email from Kingston Council dated 16 January 2019 in which the
council ask for "the decision notice/ report that went to the Mayor for
sign-off of the Direction of Travel for Kingston upon Thames, (the "DoT")
as well as any further correspondence between the GLA and Kingston
Council, whether with officers or councillors, relating to the DoT and/ or
the DoT adoption report or any decision notice or report that gives
evidence of the adoption by the GLA of the DoT?

Yours sincerely,

Caroline Scott

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Dear Mayor of London,

I acknowledge that you have blocked future FOIA requests from me currently and I will be challenging your decision in due course.

However, you have still not responded in full to my FOIA Act request MGLA090419-9975 which was submitted prior to your consideration of my requests as "vexatious" and therefore is not subject to the restrictions to which you now wish to submit me.

The information requested is now significantly overdue.

In your response to that request, you erroneously sent me the wrong information to point 2. I believe that you have a duty to respond to that request in full and to send me the information I requested under Part 2. which is:

"Please can you send me agendas and minutes of any meetings, and any reports supporting or stemming from such meetings, in which the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report is mentioned, all between the dates 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019."

Here is an excerpt from your reply:

"Our Ref: MGLA090419-9975
3 May 2019
Dear Ms Scott
Thank you for your further request for information which the GLA received on 8 April 2019. Your request has been dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
Our response to your request is as follows:
1. Please can you send me copies of written internal communication between GLA officers, and of written communication between GLA officers and any person, company or other entity outside of the GLA - including the name of the company, entity or person and the position of the person within that company or other entity with whom communication took place relating to the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report, all between the dates of 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019 inclusive, all in whatsoever form such communication may exist.
Please find attached the information we hold within scope of your request. I note that some of the content would have informed our response to my response of 1 May 2019. I worked through your requests case by case and had not noticed the inclusion of the relevant emails which informed this response. Please accept my apologies for this oversight.
2. Please can you send me agendas and minutes of any meetings, and any reports supporting or stemming from such meetings, in which the Kingston Direction of Travel Adoption Report is mentioned, all between the dates 1 December 2018 and 8 April 2019.
Please find attached below (pages 16-28)"

I therefore request that you send without delay the information in full requested above.

Yours sincerely,

Caroline Scott

Greater London Authority

    From: [FOI #567051 email]
    To: [Greater London Authority request email]
    Subject: RE: MGLA200519-2992 RE: MGLA090419-9975 Freedom of
Information request - Information relating to the Kingston Direction of
Travel Adoption Report

Thank you for contacting us about the work of the Mayor and/or City Hall.

 

We aim to respond to written communication as quickly as possible and
within 20 working days.

 

However, please note that we may not reply to correspondence we consider:

• Is addressed to another party and where the Mayor has been copied-in for
information only.
• Contains comments that do not require a response.
• Includes unsolicited job applications or CVs.
• Is trying to sell or market a product.
• To be vexatious or contains abusive or discriminatory language.

 

In addition, we will not respond where we specifically state that we are
unable to enter into correspondence (for example, when inviting responses
to consultation documents).

 

If you have written to request the release of information under the
Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) or Environmental Information Regulations
(EIR), please take this message as confirmation your request has been
received. We will aim to provide a response within the statutory 20
working day deadline.
Further information on our service standards, is available on our website
at: [1]http://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/contac....

 

Thank you again for writing.

 

Yours sincerely,
Public Liaison Unit

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