Dear Surrey County Council,
In a statement to shareholders (http://www.angusenergy.co.uk/wp-content/..., Angus Energy said it met Surrey County Council on 28 September 2016 to discuss work at Brockham. The statement said:
"Following a meeting on 28 September 2016 with Surrey County Council, the Group will carry out its current work programme for Brockham in reliance on existing planning permissions (on the basis that the abandonment of one well side-track and the drilling of another is considered to be well maintenance and as such falls within the parameters of the existing planning permission)."
I should be grateful if you would supply minutes or notes of this meeting.
Dear Ms Hayhurst
YOUR REQUEST REF NO. 16279 UNDER THE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS 2004
Thank you for your request for information received on the 12 March 2017. Your request reference is as above.
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Dear Ms Ruth Hayhurst,
We have considered your request which was for the minutes or meeting notes
from the meeting between Angus Energy and Surrey County Council on 28th
September 2016 , regarding work at Brockham.
I can confirm that we have already answered this request for information
earlier this month. Please find a link to the 'whatdotheyknow.com' website
below, where the meeting notes can be found.
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Dear James Greene EI,
Thank you for your swift response. I'm grateful to you.