Parking Revenue Generated on Grangethorpe Road(MHSG) and Platt Lane(Wilbraham Primary School)

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Dear Manchester City Council,

Please can you detail the following please

a) The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued on Grangethorpe Road, Fallowfield - Manchester High School for Girls during the last 3 years and the total amount of income generated from the PCN notice.

Please break this down by offence type e.g stopping on double yellows, single yellows, stopping within the confines of the school zig-zag markings

b) Please also break these down by time issued/time of offence - two lists, between the hours of 0900 and 1800 and outside those hours will suffice along Grangethorpe Road

c) Please can you detail the number of automatically generated fixed penalty charges generated by the Mobile CCTV car during the last 3 years, and again can you provide a break down of the time issued/time of offence along Grangethorpe Road and the total income generated.

- Please can you detail any policy documents or procedures which state how often a CCTV camera car should go down Grangethorpe Road in a given 24 hour period as an example I saw this Mobile CCTV camera go up and down Grangethorpe Road 4 times within a space of an hour from 2.45 until 3.30pm on the 21/10/2014.

d) The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued on Platt Lane, Fallowfield - immediately adjacent to Wilbraham Primary School during the last 3 years and the total income generated.

Please break this down by offence type e.g stopping on double yellows, single yellows, stopping within the confines of the school zig-zag markings

e) Please also break these down by time issued/time of offence - two lists, between the hours of 0900 and 1800 and outside those hours will suffice along Platt Lane

f) Please can you detail the number of automatically generated fixed penalty charges generated by the Mobile CCTV car during the last 3 years along Platt Lane, and again can you provide a break down of the time issued/time of offence and total income generated.

g) Please can you detail any policy documents or procedures which state how often a CCTV camera car should go down Platt Lane in a given 24 hour period.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Yu

Manchester City Council

Dear Mr Yu

Re: Request for Information - Reference No: COR/9Q5CP4

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Andrew Yu To
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21/10/2014 17:41
Subject
Freedom of Information request - Parking Revenue Generated on
Grangethorpe Road(MHSG) and Platt Lane(Wilbraham Primary
School)

Dear Manchester City Council,

Please can you detail the following please

a) The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued on Grangethorpe Road,
Fallowfield - Manchester High School for Girls during the last 3 years and
the total amount of income generated from the PCN notice.

Please break this down by offence type e.g stopping on double yellows,
single yellows, stopping within the confines of the school zig-zag markings

b) Please also break these down by time issued/time of offence - two lists,
between the hours of 0900 and 1800 and outside those hours will suffice
along Grangethorpe Road

c) Please can you detail the number of automatically generated fixed
penalty charges generated by the Mobile CCTV car during the last 3 years,
and again can you provide a break down of the time issued/time of offence
along Grangethorpe Road and the total income generated.

- Please can you detail any policy documents or procedures which state how
often a CCTV camera car should go down Grangethorpe Road in a given 24 hour
period as an example I saw this Mobile CCTV camera go up and down
Grangethorpe Road 4 times within a space of an hour from 2.45 until 3.30pm
on the 21/10/2014.

d) The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued on Platt Lane, Fallowfield
- immediately adjacent to Wilbraham Primary School during the last 3
years and the total income generated.

Please break this down by offence type e.g stopping on double yellows,
single yellows, stopping within the confines of the school zig-zag markings

e) Please also break these down by time issued/time of offence - two lists,
between the hours of 0900 and 1800 and outside those hours will suffice
along Platt Lane

f) Please can you detail the number of automatically generated fixed
penalty charges generated by the Mobile CCTV car during the last 3 years
along Platt Lane, and again can you provide a break down of the time
issued/time of offence and total income generated.

g) Please can you detail any policy documents or procedures which state how
often a CCTV camera car should go down Platt Lane in a given 24 hour
period.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Yu

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Manchester City Council

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Dear Mr Yu, please find attached the reply to your recent Freedom of
Information request COR/9Q5CP4.

(See attached file: Yu COR9Q5CP4.doc 11.11.14.doc)(See attached file: Yu
Grangethorpe Rd (1).pdf)(See attached file: Yu Grangethorpe Rd (2).pdf)(See
attached file: Yu Platt L (1).pdf)(See attached file: Yu Platt L (2).pdf)

Regards

Mike Ashman
CCTV Officer and Departmental Complaints Coordinator.
CCTV Services,
Business Units, Corporate Services
CCTV Control Room
61 High Street
Manchester
M4 1AZ

Business Units, Corporate Services
Manchester City Council
[mobile number]

Postal Address: Manchester City Council, P.O. Box 532 Town Hall,
Manchester, M60 3NY

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Dear Manchester City Council,

Thank you very much for your response, I have a further question,

"The Council do not hold this information. The CCTV vehicle has not been deployed to enforce restrictions on Platt Lane. The CCTV vehicle is deployed specifically to enforce at schools where it has been demonstrated there are safety issues, with vehicles regularly parked in contravention of the School Keep Clear Zig Zags. Platt Lane school has not been raised as an issue regarding illegal parking"

Has Manchester High School for Girls raised any issues/questions with the City Council regarding parking and how parking restrictions maybe changed ? Can you provide documentation/letters/correspondence between the school and the council regarding any parking issues around Grangethorpe Road.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Yu

Manchester City Council

Dear Mr Yu

Re: - Request for Information - COR/9QUCBQ
Thank you for your request for information, which was received by
Manchester City Council on 13 November 2014.

It may take up to 20 working days (approximately 4 weeks) for the Council
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Regards

Mike Ashman
CCTV Officer and Departmental Complaints Coordinator.
CCTV Services,
Business Units, Corporate Services
CCTV Control Room
61 High Street
Manchester
M4 1AZ

Business Units, Corporate Services
Manchester City Council
[mobile number]

Postal Address: Manchester City Council, P.O. Box 532 Town Hall,
Manchester, M60 3NY

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Andrew Yu To [email address]
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Subject Re: Reference Number:
13/11/2014 06:15 COR/9Q5CP4

Dear Manchester City Council,

Thank you very much for your response, I have a further question,

"The Council do not hold this information. The CCTV vehicle has not been
deployed to enforce restrictions on Platt Lane. The CCTV vehicle is
deployed specifically to enforce at schools where it has been demonstrated
there are safety issues, with vehicles regularly parked in contravention
of the School Keep Clear Zig Zags. Platt Lane school has not been raised
as an issue regarding illegal parking"

Has Manchester High School for Girls raised any  issues/questions  with
the City Council regarding parking and how  parking restrictions maybe
changed ? Can you provide documentation/letters/correspondence between the
school and the council regarding any parking issues around Grangethorpe
Road.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Yu

 

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Dear Manchester City Council,

Thank you very much for your response, I have a further question,

"The Council do not hold this information. The CCTV vehicle has not been
deployed to enforce restrictions on Platt Lane. The CCTV vehicle is
deployed specifically to enforce at schools where it has been demonstrated
there are safety issues, with vehicles regularly parked in contravention
of the School Keep Clear Zig Zags. Platt Lane school has not been raised
as an issue regarding illegal parking"

Has Manchester High School for Girls raised any issues/questions with
the City Council regarding parking and how parking restrictions maybe
changed ? Can you provide documentation/letters/correspondence between the
school and the council regarding any parking issues around Grangethorpe
Road.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Yu

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Yu

Manchester City Council

1 Attachment

Please find attached response to your Freedom of Information request.

Graham Marsh
General Manager - Parking, Bus Lane and CCTV Services
Business Units
Corporate Services

e.mail [email address]

Postal Address : PO Box 532, Town Hall, Manchester M60 2JT

Location Address: Level Two, Town Hall Extension, Manchester M60 2JT

How to get to Manchester Town Hall http://www.manchester.gov.uk/location

 

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