Dear Department for Culture, Media and Sport,
Please send a list of resolutions passed by the Olympic Delivery Authority's Planning Committee, and a list of those considered but not passed.
If this is not available ( _only_ if this is not available), then please send me the minutes of all Planning Committee meetings, preferably zipped into a single downloadable file.
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Dear Mr Hirst
Thank you for your information request of 15 February. You asked:
“…a list of resolutions passed by the Olympic Delivery Authority's
Planning Committee, and a list of those considered but not passed.
If this is not available (only_ if this is not available), then please
send me the minutes of all Planning Committee meetings, preferably zipped
into a single downloadable file.”
I have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
(the Act). I can confirm that the Department holds no information
relevant to your request, since 1st October 2012 the London Legacy
Development Corporation have been the Planning Authority for the Olympic
Park and they hold the Planning files which retain those records.
Freedom of Information Team
4th Floor, 100 Parliament Street, London SW1A 2BQ
Tel: 020 7211 6358
@dcms /dcmsgovuk www.gov.uk/dcms
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