RE; 1) Contract with Newlyn PLC 2) Statutory Instrument 2014 No 600 3) Council Tax Regulation 35 (3). 4) Traffic Debts

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee made this Freedom of Information request to Croydon Borough Council

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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee do hereby make a request under any Statutory Act and Statutory Instrument that you disclose and furnish the Information details.

1) Do you take into consideration of the Regulation 35 (3) when there is a Liability Order Obtained before the Magistrates Court.

2) Do You take into consideration of the Statutory Instrument 2014 No 600 which had revoked other Statutory Acts and Statutory Instruments.

3) Can you provide a copy of the Contract made with the Newlyn PLC during the Past 10 Years.

4) Can you disclose the Numbers of Motor Vehicles which have been clamped for Non-Payment of the Debts. Road Traffic Debts and Council Tax liability Orders.

5) Does the Equality Act 2010 Section 149 be taken into consideration.

6) Section 31 of the Data Protection Act 2018, Law Enforcement Purposes. How many HMO's Licences have been issued from the 1st October 2018 following the Statutory Instrument 2018 No 221.

7) Your Reference Number F/CRT/2014/10002654 Dated 14th July 2014 where you had replied to Mr Joseph Egerton has been taken into consideration, and the Information required is after September 2014.

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Apologies for the delay in responding to your FOI request.

Please find original request in email below.

We are reviewing outstanding FOI requests with us.

We felt that your request need to be revisited.

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Hassan, Zaynab, Croydon Borough Council

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Dear Mr Bhamjee

 

Re: Freedom of Information [11011]

 

I am writing further to my previous e-mail, about the current status of
your request for

1) Contract with Newlyn PLC

2) Statutory Instrument 2014 No 600

3) Council Tax Regulation 35 (3).

4) Traffic Debts 1106 weedoff email sent. approved Catherine Black 25/03
Q6 done by Shayne, rest for Parking and CB

 

We last contacted you with an updated in regards to your original request
on 01/04/19 . You may recall that we informed you of our decision to
revisit your unanswered request and an offer was made to work with you to
satisfactorily resolve your request.

For ease of reference, I have set out below the options which were offered
to you, which were:-

1) Your right to have the original request to be processed, as is;

2) An offer to submit a revised request;

3) Your right to withdraw your request entirely?

 

Our records indicate that you have not responded to the above, so I am
therefore writing to you with an opportunity to inform us of your
decision.

Please be advised that the Council will assume that you do not wish to
progress this matter, if we do not receive any response from you in the
next 7 days from the date shown on this correspondence, and this will
result in your request being permanently close.

 

Finally, Croydon Council will continue to recognises your right of the to
be provided with information in matters of public interest and we have
adopted and implemented a policy of full public disclosure on any Freedom
of Information request transaction, subject to the procedures and
limitations in accordance under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Once again, I would like to apologise on behalf of the Council for the
delay in processing your request and If you have any questions about the
handling of your information request, please contact us immediately at
[Croydon Borough Council request email].

Yours sincerely,

 

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Hassan, Zaynab, Croydon Borough Council

Hassan, Zaynab would like to recall the message, "Freedom of information [11011]".
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Dear Mr Bhamjee

 

Re: Freedom of Information [11011]

 

I am writing further to my previous e-mail, about the current status of
your request for

1) Contract with Newlyn PLC

2) Statutory Instrument 2014 No 600

3) Council Tax Regulation 35 (3).

4) Traffic Debts 1106 weedoff email sent. approved Catherine Black 25/03
Q6 done by Shayne, rest for Parking and CB

 

We last contacted you with an updated in regards to your original request
on 01/04/19 . You may recall that we informed you of our decision to
revisit your unanswered request and an offer was made to work with you to
satisfactorily resolve your request.

For ease of reference, I have set out below the options which were offered
to you, which were:-

1) Your right to have the original request to be processed, as is;

2) An offer to submit a revised request;

3) Your right to withdraw your request entirely?

 

Our records indicate that you have not responded to the above, so I am
therefore writing to you with an opportunity to inform us of your
decision.

Please be advised that the Council will assume that you do not wish to
progress this matter, if we do not receive any response from you in the
next 7 days from the date shown on this correspondence, and this will
result in your request being permanently close.

 

Finally, Croydon Council will continue to recognises your right of the to
be provided with information in matters of public interest and we have
adopted and implemented a policy of full public disclosure on any Freedom
of Information request transaction, subject to the procedures and
limitations in accordance under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Once again, I would like to apologise on behalf of the Council for the
delay in processing your request and If you have any questions about the
handling of your information request, please contact us immediately at
 [1][Croydon Borough Council request email]

 

Yours sincerely,

 

[2]cid:995D36CC-63D9-452C-921A-47E295D9BC0F

 

Law & Governance Division

Resources Department

7^th Floor, Zone C

Bernard Weatherill House

8 Mint Walk

Croydon CR0 1EA

 

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[4][email address]

 

 

 

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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear FOI,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee do request your attention that by Law you were required to provide me with the Information within the Time Allowed where you have suppressed evidence.

I have the Legal Right to make an Application for Judicial Review in the High Court of Justice. You should inform your Chief Executive of the Borough Council and the Head of the Legal Services Department.

The Information Commissioner Office is merely a Rubber Stamp for the Local Authorities and Obstructing Freedom and Justice be delaying tactics.

The Time Limit under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 is 20 Years, Whilst my request is in the Public Interest as well. The Human Rights Act 1998 Section 7 [5] [a] [b] The Court has the power to extend time even the time has expired of three months.

Yours sincerely,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Croydon Council, Croydon Borough Council

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FOI/EIR request
Our reference: 926425

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