Phasing Questions about the Aylesbury Estate Regeneration in SE17

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Dear Southwark Borough Council,

1. What date did the following blocks Phases become active?
Bradenham (1-41)
Bradenham (42-256)
Arklow (1-28)
Chiltern (1-172)
Chartridge (1-105)
Chartridge (106-149)
Wolverton (1-59)
Northchurch (57-76)

2. Why were the Phases now known as 1b/1c not activated in 2008/9, as stated in the first Home Owner guide?

3. Please provide all the reports that explain and authorize this delay.

4. How were the leaseholders now in phase in 1b/1c notified about the delay? Please provide all correspondence with the leaseholders (with leaseholder details omitted) notifying them of the delay to activation which contains an explanation to the delay and notification of the new activation timeline.

5. Please provide proof of correspondence (with leaseholder details omitted) of how you notified Northchurch (57-76) was now active and the reason why they had been activated early. This should detail information which specifies that the new offers differ from any previous early purchase offers that were non-negotiable. Providing me with a copy of the homeowner guide is not acceptable as a letter must have accompanied the guide to explain the fact their new offer was different from previous offers. I wish to see the accompanying letter.

6. I have previously requested documents submitted to the 2 tribunals and been denied, however the council have stated verbally to me they would be provided. Please provide all documentation and reports submitted to the 2 tribunals by Southwark Council that evaluated the values for properties on the Aylesbury Estate. This directly involves council expenditure and should be available for justification.

Yours faithfully,

J.Bos

accessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

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Regeneration, Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request
Our reference: 751993

Dear Ms Bos,

Re: Your request for information: 751993

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 15
February 2017 in which you requested:

1. What date did the following blocks Phases become active?
Bradenham (1-41)
Bradenham (42-256)
Arklow (1-28)
Chiltern (1-172)
Chartridge (1-105)
Chartridge (106-149)
Wolverton (1-59)
Northchurch (57-76)
2. Why were the Phases now known as 1b/1c not activated in 2008/9, as
stated in the first Home Owner guide?
3. Please provide all the reports that explain and authorize this delay.
4. How were the leaseholders now in phase in 1b/1c notified about the
delay? Please provide all correspondence with the leaseholders (with
leaseholder details omitted) notifying them of the delay to activation
which contains an explanation to the delay and notification of the new
activation timeline.
5. Please provide proof of correspondence (with leaseholder details
omitted) of how you notified Northchurch (57-76) was now active and the
reason why they had been activated early. This should detail information
which specifies that the new offers differ from any previous early
purchase offers that were non-negotiable. Providing me with a copy of the
homeowner guide is not acceptable as a letter must have accompanied the
guide to explain the fact their new offer was different from previous
offers. I wish to see the accompanying letter.
6. I have previously requested documents submitted to the 2 tribunals and
been denied, however the council have stated verbally to me they would be
provided. Please provide all documentation and reports submitted to the 2
tribunals by Southwark Council that evaluated the values for properties on
the Aylesbury Estate. This directly involves council expenditure and
should be available for justification.
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Martyna Plewniak
System Information Project Officer
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Dear Regeneration,

You have delayed responding to my Freedom of Information Request regarding Phasing Questions about the Aylesbury Estate Regeneration in SE17. By law you should have normally responded promptly by now.

Yours sincerely,

J.Bos

CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

Dear Ms Bos,

Please note kindly the 20 working day time for a response starts the day after we receive your request, which makes it due today.
Please also note that we are aiming to provide you with it by close of business today.

Yours sincerely,

Martyna Plewniak
System Information Project Officer

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