North Reddish primary school on former toxic waste dump

Sheila Oliver made this Freedom of Information request to NPS Property Consultants Limited This request has been closed to new correspondence. Contact us if you think it should be reopened.

NPS Property Consultants Limited did not have the information requested.

Sheila Oliver

Dear NPS Property Consultants Limited,

Regarding the 550 pupil primary school being built on the still gassing former toxic waste dump at North Reddish Stockport, where the site was found to be entirely contaminated by lead, arsenic and brown asbestos, please could you let me have the following. I already have a copy of the contract, so I don't need that:-

1.Project Agreement

2.Pre Construction Health and Safety Files

3.As Built Health and Safety Files

4.Operation Maintenance Manuals (OMM)

5.Design Change Order Log.

6.Health and Safet Policy for the school.

Yours sincerely

Sheila Oliver
Local Freedom of Information, Human Rights and Environmental Campaigner

Sheila Oliver

Dear NPS Property Consultants Limited,

You have said I am vexatious. I don't know why you would make that statement. Please carry out an internal review/public interest test of your refusal. NPS doesn't seem to have answered this under the correct question - I don't know why.

Yours faithfully,

Sheila Oliver

Sheila Oliver

Dear NPS Property Consultants Limited,

Sorry, you have answered this - you say you don't have the information. I don't know why you didn't answer under the correct question.

Yours faithfully,

Sheila Oliver

Sharp, Deirdre,

Dear Mrs Oliver,
Your request of 8 May 2011 has now been processed.
You asked for, in respect of North Reddish School:

1.Project Agreement
2.Pre Construction Health and Safety Files
3.As Built Health and Safety Files
4.Operation Maintenance Manuals (OMM)
5.Design Change Order Log.
6.Health and Safet Policy for the school.

NPS Property Consultants Ltd does not hold any of the information you have
requested. Your request is consequently refused.

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Yours sincerely,

Deirdre Sharp

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Ben Harris left an annotation ()

I moved the above response here from another request, to which it had been mis-addressed.

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Ben Harris, WhatDoTheyKnow volunteer.

Sheila Oliver

Dear Sharp, Deirdre,

Do you know who does hold this information or who would be likely to hold it? They are important documents.

Yours sincerely,

Sheila Oliver