InLink WiFi portal materials

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Dear Bristol City Council,

I wish to see any materials (such as brochures) the council has received regarding the British Telecom (BT) 'InLink WiFi portals' due to installed this year.

Yours faithfully,

Frank Church

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Frank Church

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Dear Frank Church

FOI Reference: CRN00165324

Thank you for taking the time to contact us. We are sorry to hear that you have not received a response to the FOI you submitted on 23/04/2018

We have sent a chaser message over to the officer who is assigned to investigate and respond to your request. We have marked this urgent and asked if they can respond immediately.

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Adrian Short left an annotation ()

Hi Frank,

You can see a list of planning applications to Bristol City Council for InLink kiosks on my site at this page here:

If you click on a reference number it'll take you to the council's page for that application. Then go to the Documents tab to see the documentation the applicant submitted with their application along with other things like responses from consultees, the case officer's report and the council's decision.

Note that each proposed kiosk has two planning applications: one for the physical unit and a separate one for advertisement consent.