Minutes of PIP Management Meetings

Warren Djanogly made this Freedom of Information request to Richmond upon Thames Borough Council

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Dear Richmond upon Thames Borough Council,

Could you please supply copy of minutes of ALL Partnership-In-Parking Management meetings (as opposed to Board Meetings) whether attended by LB R-U-T Officers/Councillors or not, since 2007.

To avoid any confusion, these would have been prepared by Peter Fenton, the current PIP officer at Westminster City Council and would have been forwarded to all member local authorities.

Yours faithfully,

Warren Djanogly

Chris Warner, Richmond upon Thames Borough Council

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Dear Mr Djanogly

Regarding your recent FOI request which you will recall was:

Could you please supply copy of minutes of ALL Partnership-In-Parking
Management meetings (as opposed to Board Meetings) whether attended by LB
R-U-T Officers/Councillors or not, since 2007. To avoid any confusion,
these would have been prepared by Peter Fenton, the current PIP officer at
Westminster City Council and would have been forwarded to all member local
authorities.

I have cut and pasted below the email response from Terry Powell, Head of
Parking Services. These are the only Minutes Richmond hold and these do
not go back to 2007. The minutes have been considered by Westminster
Council and they do not consider any exemptions as applying. I would
suggest you contact Westminster direct should you seek earlier minutes
than Richmond holds.

______________________________________________
From: Terry Powell
Sent: 10 February 2011 13:59
To: Chris Warner
Subject: RE: FOI request - Warren Djanogly/11166

Hi Chris

All I have on file re Management Meetings from Neil Fenton relating to
minutes.

<<PIP COMMITTEE MINUTES - 20TH JANUARY 2011>> <<PiP Committee Meeting
Minutes>> <<Minutes from PiP Committee Meeting - 22nd July 2010>>
<<Minutes of 22nd April PiP Committee Meeting>> <<Minutes from January PiP
Meeting>> <<PiP Committee Meeting Minutes>>

Terry Powell
Head of Parking Services
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Chris Warner 
Assistant Head of Legal Services, Litigation
Legal Services Department
T:020 8891 7139
F:020 8891 7733
E:[email address]

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