National Temperance Hospital

Andrew Jenkins made this Freedom of Information request to Camden Borough Council

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Dear Camden Borough Council,

Recent statements on your website and to the press have suggested that the Government and Hs2 have gone back on a promise that the National Temperance Hospital would be used for housing local people.

Please supply me with copies of letters, emails, minutes of meetings etc held by the council which shows this promise that the site would be used for housing local people.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Jenkins

Michael Warby, Camden Borough Council

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Camden Council - Information request (FOI/EIR) - Central team

Our reference: 8197550

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Dear Mr. Jenkins

 
Freedom of Information Act request
Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request received on 3^rd
December 2012. Your request has now been considered and our response is
enclosed.
 
You requested information on the following:
Recent statements on your website and to the press have suggested that the
Government and Hs2 have gone back on a promise that the National
Temperance Hospital would be used for housing local people.
Please supply me with copies of letters, emails, minutes of meetings etc
held by the council which shows this promise that the site would be used
for housing local people.
Response
Please see attached documents.
 
Please note you are not authorised to re-use this information for
commercial or research purposes as defined by the Re-Use of Public Sector
Regulations 2005. If you do wish to re-use this information please contact
the Access to Information Team, Legal Services, Room 208, Camden Town
Hall, London, WC1H 9LP, who will assess your request. 
 
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Yours sincerely

Michael Warby
Access to Information Officer - FOI & DPA

Email: [email address]
Phone: 020 7974 7857
 
 

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