Stephen Whiteside

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

Planning Enforcement case: 17/00521/DEV

Please provide copies of ALL information regarding the above planning enforcement case.

This should include, but not be restricted to, copies of all that is held on the case file and any details of the ‘pre-application advice’ provided by the case (investigating) officer on 23.01.18, that “Development as existing requires a planning application”.

I believe that the request should be considered under the provisions of the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

Where the Council choose to withhold or redact any relevant information, the response should clearly state the exception(s) relied upon in doing so.

PLEASE NOTE ... THIS IS NOT A COMPLAINT !

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Whiteside

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Dear Mr Whiteside,
 
We are taking legal advice regarding this request and we will get a
response to you as soon as we can.
 
Apologies for this delay.
 
Kind regards,
 
Jo
 
Jo Welch-Hall
Information Support Officer
Croydon Council
 
 
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Stephen Whiteside

Dear Information,

EIR Request re Planning Enforcement case: 17/00521/DEV

You have had this request for over a month ... plenty of time to take 'legal advice'.

If I do not receive some sort of response by 3 May, I will ask the Information Commissioner to intervene

Yours sincerely,

Stephen Whiteside

Information, Croydon Borough Council

Dear Mr Whiteside,

I am informed that a meeting between the Legal and the Planning service is scheduled for Tuesday, so I imagine a response will be sent out following this.

Kind regards,

Steven Borg
Information Coordinator
Croydon Council

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Dear Mr Whiteside

 

Freedom of Information Request

Please see attached the council's response to your Freedom of Information
request.

Yours sincerely

 

Steven Borg

FOI Coordinator

Croydon Council

 

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Stephen Whiteside

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

Your Ref: F/CRT/10009332

I refer to your letter of 2 May 2018.

Mindful of the 40 working days ‘deadline’, I write to confirm that I WILL be requesting that the Council reviews its decision to REFUSE this request.

HOWEVER, I still await the Council’s long overdue response to the following [closely related] requests:
+++ Planning Application 18/00648/HSE [ICO Ref: FER0745851]
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/p...
+++ Planning Enforcement Case 17/00668/NCC [LBC Ref: F/CRT/10009502. ICO Ref: FS50737881]
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/p...

I will need a chance to review the information that is finally disclosed in THOSE cases, before preparing my request for an internal review of THIS. In all the circumstances of the case(s), I believe that that should be considered entirely reasonable.

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Whiteside

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