Property Assets

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Dear Dorset Police,

I would like to request the following information in regards to the estate of your organisation.
1. The Location (incl. Full address & Postcode) of all buildings occupied by your organisation.
2. The tenure (i.e. Leasehold or Freehold) of all building occupied by your organisation.
3. Whether any of these buildings are subject to PFI Agreements.
4. The use (i.e. Police Station/Neighbourhood Base/Offices/Disused) of all buildings occupied by your organisations.
5. The identity of any locations that are earmarked for future disposal.
6. The date at which any future disposals are due to take place.
7. Whether any of these locations will be replaced after disposal.
8. If a replacement location is intended, what form will this take (i.e. Relocation/Co-Location).

Yours faithfully,

Tom Stockholm

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