Public Space Protection Orders

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Dear North Lincolnshire Council,

Public Space Protection Orders with the borough of North Lincolnshire

With regards to the above, I wish to find out how many Public Space Protection Orders are currently in force within the Council area and on what dates each order was made and came into force.

Yours faithfully,

Natalie Muir

Information Governance Team,

Dear Natalie Muir,

Thank you for your request which was received on 2nd March. The estimate
response date for your request is the 30th March.

Should you have any queries, amendments or additions relating to this
request, please remember to quote the reference number above in any future

Yours Faithfully

Information Governance Team
North Lincolnshire Council

Information Governance Team,

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Dear Natalie Muir,

I am writing in response to your request for information, that was
received on the 2nd March. Please find our Information Disclosure letter

If we can be of any further assistance with regard to this request please
let us know quoting the above reference number.

Yours sincerely,

Information Governance Team
North Lincolnshire Council

Dear Information Governance Team,

Thank you for your email. I've had a look at the website and I'm not entirely sure if there is one order or four (and there are five maps in total). Would it be possible to clarify that for me?

Yours sincerely,

Natalie Muir

North Lincolnshire Council

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Natalie Muir left an annotation ()

Council have specified this information is available on the Council website but the information there does not specifically answer my question.