Local Government Ombudsman

A Johnson made this Freedom of Information request to Scarborough Borough Council

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I would like to know,

a) how many findings of maladministration the local government ombudsman has made against your council over the last 10 years.

b) how many findings of maladministration your council, either in full or in part, has refused to accept.

c) how many findings of maladministration your council has accepted but refused to comply, either in full or in part, with the local government ombudsman's recommended remedy.

Yours faithfully,

A Johnson

Dear Sir or Madam,

Under the Freedom of Information Act you should have replied to my Freedom of Information request by now. You are breaking the law.

Yours sincerely,

A Johnson

Sent request to Scarborough Borough Council again, using a new contact address.

Diane Cross, Scarborough Borough Council

I am not in the office this afternoon. If you have any queries please
contact Karen Crosier on ext 2488.

Thank you.

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Paul Hill, Scarborough Borough Council

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Dear Mr Johnson

The information you requested is attached.

Paul Hill
Service Transformation Manager
Scarborough Borough Council
e: [1][email address] | t: 01723 232304 | m: 07967
465232 | f: 0870 2384159
w: [2]www.scarborough.gov.uk

Office: Town Hall, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough. North Yorkshire. YO11
2HG
Business Hours: 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday, excluding Bank
Holidays

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I would like to know,

a) how many findings of maladministration the local government
ombudsman has made against your council over the last 10 years.

b) how many findings of maladministration your council, either in
full or in part, has refused to accept.

c) how many findings of maladministration your council has accepted
but refused to comply, either in full or in part, with the local
government ombudsman's recommended remedy.

Yours faithfully,

A Johnson

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