Membership of the Change Board

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Dear Bristol City Council,

Please could you supply me with the names and/or job titles of members of the Change Board as at 19 January 2016.

Please could you supply me with the names and/or job titles of any officers, councillors or third parties who attended the Change Board meeting on 19 January 2016.

Please could you supply me with the names and/or job titles of any officers, councillors or third parties who received minutes of the Change Board meeting on 19 January 2016.

Please could you supply me with the names and/or job title of the Chair of the Change Board as at 19 January 2016.

Please could you supply me with the names and/or job title of the officer who chaired the Change Board meeting on 19 January 2016 (if different from above).

Please could you supply me with all Change Board minutes held by Bristol City Council.

Yours faithfully,

Steve Norman
4 Antona Court
Shirehampton
Bristol

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"No Reply @ Bristol" <noreply@bristol.gov.uk>, Bristol City Council

Dear Jim Acland
Due to the complexity of your request there will be a delay in
answering your request for information. We anticipate that a response
will be with you no later than the end of March 2017.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may
Yours sincerely
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Dear "No Reply @ Bristol" <[email address]>,

Thank you for your request. However, I do not accept that it is a complex request.

All the material I have requested has appeared in the Bundred Report, which was published last month. This report makes direct reference to the membership and minutes I have requested. This material is therefore easily available within the council. It should be stored - among other places - with the research materials relating to the Bundred report.

If not, minutes and membership of the Change Board will be held within a simple computer folder within the relevant department. If they are not, you should contact the police immediately as they have been removed with possible criminal intent.

It is my view senior managers at Bristol City Council - who are at the centre of a corruption scandal, which this requested material will highlight - are deliberately delaying and avoiding placing this information in the public domain to disguise their misconduct and potential criminality in this affair.

Your managers are CORRUPT. Ignore them. Act in the public interest and release the material. You know as well as I do that it is easily available

Yours sincerely,

Stephen Norman
4 Antona Court

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