Required additional information provided by Islington for planning application: P082526

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Planning Application: P082526

The Mayor of London recently rejected a planning report (PDU/1264/01) dated 25th February from Islington Council for the relocation of Ashmount School to Crouch Hill Recreation ground, N8.

Since then, Islington Council submitted additional information prepared by consultants "Cushman & Wakefield" which has been accepted by the MoL.

Please provide a copy of this additional information.

Yours faithfully,

Simon Kloot

This matter has been dealt with

Greater London Authority

From: [FOI #15093 email]
To: [Greater London Authority request email]
Subject: Re: Freedom of Information request - Required additional
information provided by Islington for planning application: P082526

The Mayor would like to thank you for your interest in his work and he is
keen to answer your query as quickly and fully as possible. As you will
appreciate, he receives very large amount of correspondence but he is
committed to responding to your query within 20 working days.

However, the Greater London Authority (GLA) will only respond to queries
that relate to its work and will refer relevant queries to the appropriate
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Johnson.

Yours truly

Public Liaison Unit

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