Organisation chart

Response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Bromley Borough Council should have responded by now (details). You can complain by requesting an internal review.

James Fuglesang

Dear Bromley Borough Council,

Please may I have the managerial organisational structure for your
council? Also a breakdown of the individual teams within the
council also including the names and contact details including
telephone numbers of all of the team members for each area.

Yours faithfully,

James Fuglesang

Data Protection (Group Mailbox), Bromley Borough Council

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Dear James Fuglesang


FOI 23002 Fuglesang


Further to your recent enquiry, please see the link below to the
downloadable version of the organisational structure that is published on
the Bromley Council website.




We cannot provide names and telephone numbers of individual employees
working within the council.  However, the details of Chief Executive and
Directors are published on our website for public viewing, please see the
link below.




We trust this completes your FOI enquiry which has now been closed.


Thank you for your enquiry.



Kind Regards


IT Project Support Officer

Information Management Team



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