Dear Greater London Authority,
It is written in the Combined HRA report for the London Plan produced by AECOM:
"31/10/17 Updated to
account for Draft
Please can you send me the following information:
1. Correspondence relating to the public consultation between any person or persons, whether working for the GLA or for a third party, including AECOM
2. Responses received in writing in any form to the consultation
3. Anything in writing advertising the consultation together with the place(s) that such advertising was posted or sent
4. Any correspondence, report or meeting notes or minutes referring to the consultation or the results/ conclusions drawn/ decisions made and actions taken as a result of the public consultation?
From: [FOI #638309 email]
To: [Greater London Authority request email]
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Public consultation of the
Habitats Regulations Assessment of the new London Plan
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Dear Ms Scott
Thank you for your recent requests for information.
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Habitats Regulations Assessment of the new London Plan, the Environmental
Information Regulations 2004 (Regulation 7(1)(3)) allows public
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to have made a decision on this matter by 19 March 2020, though if we are
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Information Governance Officer
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