Nottingham Zombie Attack Plans

John Fernandez made this Freedom of Information request to Nottingham City Council

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Dear Nottingham City Council,

I am writing to inquire as to whether Nottingham has any plans to counter the threat of a Zombie Pandemic. As was seen earlier in the year in Bristol that this council had plans to counter the threat and I would like to investigate as to whether there are any documents detailing how such a situation would be dealt with in the Nottingham area.

Yours faithfully,

John Fernandez

Nottingham City Council

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Dear Requester

 

Re: Your request for information

 

I write in response to your email.

 

I have investigated your request and the answer to your question, which
was;

 

“I am writing to inquire as to whether Nottingham has any plans to counter
the threat of a Zombie Pandemic. As was seen earlier in the year in
Bristol that this council had plans to counter the threat and I would like
to investigate as to whether there are any documents detailing how such a
situation would be dealt with in the Nottingham area.”

 

Is that Nottingham City Council does not hold any plans to counter a
Zombie Pandemic. Additionally, no such threat appears on the Nottingham
and Nottinghamshire Local Resilience Forum's Community Risk Register.

 

Therefore, in accordance with section 1 of this act this no further
information can be provided as it is not held by this authority.

 

You may be interested to know that responding to the questions you have
raised in the enquiry has cost the Authority approximately £16.15.

 

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quoting your personal case reference which is IGO/220.

 

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Information Governance, 1^st Floor, Loxley House, Station Street,
Nottingham, NG2 3NG stating the reasons for your dissatisfaction.

 

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Glenn E. Estes

Information Governance Case Administrator

 

Information Governance Office

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Nottingham

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