Dear Kent County Council,
Can you please tell me the following information with regard to Camden Road, Pembury Road, Quarry Road and Grosvenor Bridge in Tunbridge wells
When these roads were inspected for pothole damage between January 2016 and February 17
When was any type of repair carried out on these roads ? What was the cost?
When any potholes were reported on these roads
Dear Mr Stevenson
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Carly Wattle | Information Access Officer | Information Resilience &
Transparency Team | Kent County Council | Room 2.71, Sessions House,
Maidstone, ME14 1XQ | Phone 03000 417061 | Fax 03000 420303 |
Dear Mr Stevenson
Thank you for your request for information made under the Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) 2000, regarding Camden Road, Pembury Road, Quarry
Road and Grosvenor Bridge in Tunbridge wells.
I am pleased to provide the attached information in answer to your
Please find enclosed copy reports detailing the inspections carried out
along Camden Road, Pembury Road, Quarry Road and Grosvenor Bridge in
Tunbridge wells. Please also find the customer services report, inspection
report, adhoc batch report and the maintenance report. The reports cover
the period between January 2016 and March 2017.
You will note that some information has been redacted, this is personal
information which if disclosed would amount to a breach of the Data
Protection Act 1998 (relating to unlawful processing of personal data) and
accordingly falls outside of the scope of this Authority’s disclosure
obligations by virtue of section 40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act
2000 or to the extent that your request falls within the Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 by virtue of Regulation 12(3) and Regulation
13 of those Regulations.
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Kirsty-Leigh Robertson| Information Access Officer | Information
Resilience & Transparency Team | Room 2.71, Sessions House, Maidstone |
Phone 03000 418301 | Fax 03000 420303 |
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