please supply copy of kings cross walkability audit

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Dear Sir or Madam,

i should like a copy of the kings cross walkability audit carried out by living streets for tfl.

i and many other residents participated in the audit on the ground and we are disappointed that the report which is a potentially valuable source of information has not been made public.

i understand that peter mcbride might hold a copy of the audit

Yours faithfully,

william perrin

enquiries (ST), Transport for London

Our Ref: SM039879

Dear Mr Perrin

Thank you for your request for information dated 01/08/2008 which was
received by Transport for London on 01./08/2008 concerning the Kings Cross
walkability audit. This request will be dealt with under the terms of
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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Once again, thank you for taking the time to contact us.

Yours sincerely

Gilmore Barrett
Support Manager
London Streets
Customer Services
Email: [email address]

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enquiries (ST), Transport for London

Dear Mr Perrin

Thank you for your email dated 1 August. You have asked for information
about the Kings Cross Walkability Audit. Your request is being considered
under the Environmental Information Regulations.

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Head of Customer Services

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Dear Mr Perrin

Thank you for your email received by TfL on 4 August 2008. You asked for a
copy of the Kings Cross Walkability Audit, carried out by Living Streets.

Your request has been considered under the requirements of the
Environmental Information Regulations and I can confirm that TfL does hold
the information you require. Please find attached a copy of the report.

As background, the report was commissioned for the previous Mayor and the
results were due to be presented to the GLA earlier this year. However,
the change in administration has delayed this. Hence, the report has not
yet been published.

The report was commissioned in order to provide a better understanding of
the pedestrian environment around Kings Cross Station in order to enable
better planning when improving the station. We are still in the process
of considering the report's recommendations, exploring possible sources of
funding and identifying opportunities for implementing improvements.

The report was completed by independent consultants and the views
expressed do not necessarily represent those of TfL or the Mayor.

If this is not the information you are looking for, or if you are unable
to access it for some reason, please contact Gilmore Barrett,
Correspondence Support Manager

- London Streets at [1][email address]

If you are not satisfied with this response, please read the attached
help-sheet entitled `Your Right to Appeal'

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(sections 29 and 30) for the purposes of research for non-commercial
purposes, private study, criticism, review and news reporting.

Yours sincerely

Patricia Mitchell

Head of Customer Services

Transport for London

Surface Transport Communications

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