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Dear Kent County Council,

This FOI request is for the recently installed double yellow lines at Ingress Park, installed at to roundabouts on Ingress Park Avenue, at Lightermans Way and at Portland Place.

1 - Cost of the consultation for the TRO and public consultation related to these lines?

2 - Cost of the installation of these lines?

3 - Cost to date of work to prepare the sealed TRO

4 - All correspondents in relation to these yellow lines and the draft/sealed TRO between officers, councillors, other local authorities and other parties? Including information on the delay in completing the sealed TRO.

5 - A copy of the draft TRO?

6 - Project plan for these lines and TRO?

Yours faithfully,

Sacha Zarb

Kent County Council

Dear Ms Zarb

 

Thank you for your email below.

 

Kent County Council acknowledges your request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000. Assuming KCC holds this information, we
will endeavour to supply the data to you as soon as possible but no later
than 11^th December 2017 (20 working days from date of receipt).

 

We will advise you as soon as possible if we do not hold this information
or if there are exemptions to be considered and/or any costs for providing
the information. Please quote our reference - FOI/17/1954 - in any
communication regarding this particular request.

 

Best regards,

 

Peter Wylie | Information Access Officer | Information Resilience &
Transparency Team | Room 2.71, Sessions House, Maidstone | Tel 03000
415563 | Fax 03000 420303 |
[1]http://www.kent.gov.uk/about-the-council...

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Kent County Council

Dear Sir or Madam

 

Thank you for your request for information made under the Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) 2000, relating to double yellow lines at Ingress
Park, Greenhithe. I am pleased to provide the response below:

 

1 - Cost of the consultation for the TRO and public consultation related
to these lines?

This data is not recorded by KCC.

 

2 - Cost of the installation of these lines?

This information is commercially sensitive and if released into the public
domain, would be prejudicial to the commercial interests of third parties;
this would therefore hinder fair competition by giving rival companies an
unfair advantage in future negotiations.

 

The exemption relied upon here is specifically s43(2) which states that
“Information is exempt if its disclosure under this Act would, or would be
likely to, prejudice the commercial interests of any person (including the
public authority holding it).” We consider the public interest is best
served by promoting a competitive market operating on a level playing
field and therefore public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs
the public interest in disclosure on this occasion.

 

3 - Cost to date of work to prepare the sealed TRO

This data is not recorded by KCC.

 

4 - All correspondents in relation to these yellow lines and the
draft/sealed TRO between officers, councillors, other local authorities
and other parties? Including information on the delay in completing the
sealed TRO.

 

We have no records of discussion between KCC and DBC on enforcement.
Delays have been incurred due to a lack or Order writers at KCC.

 

5 - A copy of the draft TRO?

 

Please see attached information.

 

6 - Project plan for these lines and TRO?

 

The TRO order is to be sealed on Thursday 7^th December and advertised in
the Kent Messenger on 8^th December. As such, the TRO will enforceable by
Dartford Borough Council on Monday 11^th December.

 

If you are unhappy with this response, and believe KCC has not complied
with legislation, please ask for a review by following our complaints
process; details can be found at this link
[1]http://www.kent.gov.uk/about-the-council...
on our website. Please quote reference FOI/17/1954.

 

If you still remain dissatisfied following an internal review, you can
appeal to the Information Commissioner, who oversees compliance with the
Freedom of Information Act 2000. Details of what you need to do, should
you wish to pursue this course of action, are available from the
Information Commissioner’s website [2]http://www.ico.org.uk/concerns.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Kirsty-Leigh Robertson| Information Access Officer | Information
Resilience & Transparency Team | Room 2.71, Sessions House, Maidstone |
Phone 03000 418301 | Fax 03000 420303 |
[3]http://www.kent.gov.uk/about-the-council...
|

 

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