Potential breach of planning conditions - Peabody, Squire House, 300 Camberwell Road

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Roshan Verghese

Dear Southwark Borough Council,

Please provide copies of all correspondence between the Council and Peabody (or their agents) in connection with potential breach of planning conditions on wheelchair accessible units at Squire House, 290/300 Camberwell Road (References 20/EN/0080 & 21/EN/0010).

Yours faithfully,

Roshan Verghese

Planning, Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request

Our reference: 2511947

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Roshan Verghese

Dear Planning,

I appreciate you must be busy but it is now more than 20 working days since my request for this information. Could you please let me have this as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Roshan Verghese

CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Re: Your request for information: 2511947

 

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 4 March
2021, in which you requested:

 

Please provide copies of all correspondence between the Council and
Peabody (or their agents) in connection with potential breach of planning
conditions on wheelchair accessible units at Squire House, 290/300
Camberwell Road (References 20/EN/0080 & 21/EN/0010).

 

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Roshan Verghese

Dear CEXaccessinfo,

Thank you for the information provided.

I cannot see the letter referred to in the email dated 25 January 2021 3:09pm from a Southwark CIL & S206 Planning Officer to Peabody. Could you provide a copy of this letter?

Thanks in anticipation.

Yours sincerely,

Roshan Verghese

CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

Good afternoon,

You are most welcome. Thank you for your patience.

I will ask the case officer for it and come back to you as soon as I hear from her. I believe I provided all the information I had received from them, but I will certainly check re the letter.

Yours sincerely,
Martyna Plewniak BCS - FOIA 2000
Senior Information Officer
Chief Executive’s Department | London Borough of Southwark
160 Tooley Street | London SE1P 5LX
T: 020 7525 1585 | E: [email address]

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CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Please find it attached.

Yours faithfully,
Martyna Plewniak BCS - FOIA 2000
Senior Information Officer
Chief Executive’s Department | London Borough of Southwark
160 Tooley Street | London SE1P 5LX
T: 020 7525 1585 | E: [email address]

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Dear CEXaccessinfo,

Thanks very much for providing the missing letter so quickly.

This completes my information request.

Yours sincerely,

Roshan Verghese

CEXaccessinfo, Southwark Borough Council

You are most welcome. We are glad to have been of assistance.

Kind regards,
Martyna Plewniak BCS - FOIA 2000
Senior Information Officer
Chief Executive’s Department | London Borough of Southwark
160 Tooley Street | London SE1P 5LX
T: 020 7525 1585 | E: [email address]

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