Dear Brent Borough Council,

Please can you confirm details of all the Privately Owned Public Space (POPS) in Brent.
This is open, publicly accessible land that is owned by developers or private corporations,
I'm sure this will include a lot of the space around Wembley Stadium, London Designer Outlet & Brent Civic Centre which is owned by Quintain. Please can the specifics be released and also information about anywhere else these deals are held.

There is a precedent set by other councils to do this. Information can be seen in the following link. https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/...

A motion was passed at London Assembly calling on the London Mayor to ensure local authorities are more transparent on these issues.

Yours faithfully,

Scott Bartle.

Aktar Choudhury,

Information request
Our reference: 8312297

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Dear Sir/Madam
 
Thank you for your information request. We will forward it to the
relevant department who will contact you shortly.
 
Brent Council
Brent Civic Centre
Engineers Way
Wembley HA9 0FJ
[email address]
 
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Rachel Murrell,

Information request
Our reference: 8312297

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Dear Sir/Madam
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 26
September 2017, as follows:
Please can you confirm details of all the Privately Owned Public Space
(POPS) in Brent.
This is open, publicly accessible land that is owned by developers or
private corporations, I'm sure this will include a lot of the space around
Wembley Stadium, London Designer Outlet & Brent Civic Centre which is
owned by Quintain. Please can the specifics be released and also
information about anywhere else these deals are held.

There is a precedent set by other councils to do this. Information can be
seen in the following link.
https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/...

A motion was passed at London Assembly calling on the London Mayor to
ensure local authorities are more transparent on these issues.
 
We are dealing with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
and we aim to send a response by 24 October 2017.
 
In some case, a fee may be payable. If we decide a fee is payable, we will
send you a fee notice and we will require you to pay the fee before
proceeding with your request.
 
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 may restrict the release of some or
all of the information you have requested. We will carry out an assessment
and if any exemptions apply to some or all of the information then we
might not provide that information to you. We will inform you if this is
the case and advise you of your rights to request an internal review and
to complain to the Information Commissioner's Office.
 
We will also advise you if we cannot provide you with the information
requested for any other reason together with the reason(s) why and details
of how you may appeal (if appropriate).
 
Yours faithfully
 
 
Rachel Murrell
Development Management Manager
Regeneration and Environment
[email address]
 
NOTE: Please do not edit the subject line when replying to this email.

Rachel Murrell,

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Our reference: 8312297

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Please find attached a response to the above request.
Yours faithfully
 
 
Rachel Murrell
[email address]

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