Dear Leicester City Council,
I have noted that in their latest list of members the BPA (British Parking Association) lists yourselves:
The BPA is not a highly regarded organisation by many motorists and seen as ineffective in regulating the private parking operators who make up the bulk of its membership; MPs in the House of Commons have also echoed these concerns.
Therefore, can you please provide the following information about your membership:
- The date you first become a member.
- The reason for becoming the member.
- How it benefits your residents by being a member.
- Benefits received by being a member of the BPA.
- The annual costs for being a member of the BPA.
Mr Jonathan WIlliams
E-mail: [Leicester City Council request email]
Our Ref: FOI 17601
Mr Jon Williams
[FOI #547452 email]
Dear Mr Williams,
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000
Thank you for your email of 25^th January 2019 requesting information
about membership of British Parking Association (BPA).
Your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and will be answered within twenty working days.
If you have any queries about this request do not hesitate to contact me.
Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
Information Governance Apprentice
Information Governance and Risk
4^th Floor, Rutland Wing
115 Charles Street
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3. mailto:[FOI #547452 email]
Dear Mr Williams
Please find attached Leicester City Council’s response to your recent
Freedom of Information Act request.
Information Governance & Risk
Email: [Leicester City Council request email]”
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