junction Cheyne Walk with Battersea Bridge

Response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea should have responded by now (details). You can complain by requesting an internal review.

Andrea Casalotti

Dear Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea,

Following the fatal crash at this junction which caused the death of Jack Ryan, the Evening Standard reported
"A Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea spokesman said the council had been asking Transport for London and the Mayor to “urgently make this junction safer for some time”."

Can you please provide documentation of the requests from RBKC to TfL and to the Mayor of London to intervene at this junction?

Yours faithfully,

Andrea Casalotti

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Information request
Our reference: 5017161

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Andrea Casalotti

Dear Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea,

Can you please provide an update? You had promised to reply by 15.04.21

Yours sincerely,

Andrea Casalotti

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

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Information request
Our reference: 5017161

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Dear Ms Casalotti
 
Thank you for your request for information received on 16 March 2021. We
do apologise for the delay.
 
Please find attached our response to your request.
 

If you are dissatisfied with your response please send your Internal
Review request to the email address below

[1][RBKC request email]

 
Yours sincerely
 
 
Information Management Team
 
NOTE: Please do not edit the subject line when replying to this email.
 

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Andrea Casalotti

Dear Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea,

Thank you for your reply. The documents have been redacted in such a way that it is difficult to determine to which entity they were sent.

If you need to anonymize the people involved (why?), can you at least clarify if they were sent to Transport for London and which department?

Can you also provide any answers received from (presumably) Transport for London?

Yours sincerely,

Andrea Casalotti

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Information request
Our reference: 5243981

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