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Dear Cornwall Council,

“By full address (i.e. house number/name & full postcode area), can you please provide the following data for all residential properties within your respective district area in an spreadsheet format (Excel etc)?
- Property Type (House, Flat etc)
- Property Style (Detached, Semi Detached etc)
- Number of Bedrooms
- If a flat, how many storeys? (Where Applicable)
- If a flat, what cladding was used? (Where applicable)
- Date of Construction
- If property is of Non-Traditional construction (Where applicable i.e. Wimpey No Fines, Airey)
- If any property is Non-Traditional construction, has a repair certificate been issued and if so what was the data of issue? (Where Applicable)
- If the property is ex-Local Authority (Where applicable)

Yours faithfully,

S Evans

Cornwall Council

Thank you for your Freedom of Information (FOI)/Environmental Information
Regulations (EIR) request - Reference FOI-101004040212. In normal
circumstances we will provide a response within 20 working days of
receiving your request. There may be a small number of occasions where we
may need to extend the 20 working day deadline. We will inform you if this
is likely.

Cornwall Council is made up of many different services and additionally,
wholly owned companies who are responsible for areas such as housing and
highways. Your request will be logged by the Central FOI team and in most
cases will be forwarded on to the relevant service or wholly owned company
to respond directly.

There may be some instances where we will need to contact you in the order
to clarify parts of your request. In this instance we will not be able to
progress your request until clarification has been received.

Under the Act, we will be unable able to process any request where the
actual cost to the authority in terms of staff hours comes to more than
£450. If this is the case we will help you to narrow the request to take
it under any cost limit. In a small number of other cases, a charge may
apply such as with certain environmental information, but we will let you
know if this applies.

We deal with around 2000 FOI/EIR requests for information each year, with
the cost to the Council (not to the customer) ranging between £25 and £450
per request. You may be able to find the information by checking previous
responses on our [1]Disclosure Log, the Council's Publication Scheme, or
by checking the Council's website at www.cornwall.gov.uk. Therefore if you
do subsequently find the information you require by this method and no
longer wish us to process your request, please do let us know.

Further information on the FOI process in general can be found at
[2]www.cornwall.gov.uk/foi

As personal information belongs to you have the right to:

We will only process the information input on this form to deal with your
Freedom of Information Request.

The information you provide may be shared across the various service areas
of Cornwall Council, as well as the Council's wholly owned Group of
Companies (such as Cormac, Cornwall Housing, Cornwall Airport Newquay &
Cornwall Development Company), in order to fully investigate and answer
the request.

You have a right to withdraw consent to your Freedom of information
request at at any time by contacting: Freedom of Information, New County
Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, TR1 3AY or [3][Cornwall Council request email]

If you would like to access any of the information we hold about you or
have concerns regarding the way we have processed your information, please
contact: Data Protection Officer, Cornwall Council, County Hall, Truro,
TR1 3AY.

Email: [4][email address] Tel: 01872 326424

We would prefer you to contact us in the first instance to give us the
opportunity to see if we can put things right. However, if you are unhappy
with the way we have processed your information, or how we have responded
to your request to exercise any of your rights in relation to your data,
you can raise your concerns direct with the Information Commissioner's
Office.

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EGD - Freedom of Information, Cornwall Council

Dear Mr Evans,

 

Your request under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

Thank you for your request for information regarding data for all
residential properties, which we received on 15/08/18, and which falls
under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 “eir”

 

We want to be as open as possible in answering requests and to help people
obtain the information they are looking for.  Unfortunately, in this case
before we proceed to process your request we need to clarify the
information that you require as we are not entirely clear on aspects of
your request.  This means that we will unfortunately have to refuse the
request as it stands, under Regulation 12(4)(c) of the EIRs (relating to
requests that are formulated in too general a manner) until the relevant
clarification is received as detailed below.  

 

As Regulation 12(4)(c) is a qualified exemption, a public interest test
has been applied. In applying this exception we have had to balance the
public interest in refusing the request and seeking clarification of the
information requested, against the public interest of dealing with the
request as it stands and diverting resources and time to obtaining and
disclosing information that may not be what was actually required. 
Therefore in conclusion, we are of the opinion that the balance of public
interest favours seeking clarification so that resources can be focussed
on providing you with the correct information and accurate response,
rather than staff time being spent on obtaining and providing information
that you did not require.

 

Unfortunately we are unable to proceed with your request due to how
information is held on our systems. However, we may be able to assist you
with your request if you are able to provide specific
addresses/residential properties that you require information for. 

 

In light of the above please contact me to let me know if you would like
the Council to proceed with your request. This being the case the
confirmed details will be logged as new request with a further 20 working
day deadline.

Please note that there are some instances where a charge may be applied
for the supply of environmental information under the EIRs. More
information can be found on the Freedom of Information advice page of the
Cornwall Council website under the EIR Fees and Charging Policy.

Cornwall Council is committed to open and transparent government and
provides information to members of the public about all aspects of the
authority. 

 

We deal with around 2000 FOI/EIR requests for information each year, with
the cost to the Council ranging between £25 and £450 per request. You may
be able to find the information by checking previous responses on our
Disclosure Log, the Council’s Publication Scheme, or by checking the
Council’s website at www.cornwall.gov.uk.  Therefore if you do
subsequently find the information you require by this method and no longer
wish us to process your request, please do let us know.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any further queries,
remembering to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

If you wish to complain about the way the Council is dealing with your
request, please write to:

Freedom of Information Complaints

Cornwall Council

Room 4S

County Hall

Treyew Road

Truro

TR1 3AY

Email: [Cornwall Council request email]

If this does not resolve the matter to your satisfaction, you have the
right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner's Office, their
contact are:

FOI/EIR Complaints Resolution

Information Commissioner's Office

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow

Cheshire

SK9 5AF

Email: [email address]

Yours sincerely

 

Charmaine Hammond | Senior Business Officer

Cornwall Council |Planning & Sustainable Development

[1][email address]  

[2]www.cornwall.gov.uk | 'Onen hag oll'

By contacting Cornwall Council, your enquiry will be referred to the
service that is best placed to deal with your initial enquiry. The first
stage of the processing of your data will be done under public task
processing. In processing your data you have the right to stop the
processing of this data, have data we hold on you rectified or in certain
cases erased.  If you would like to know what data we hold on you, or to
exercise any of these rights you should contact the data protection
officer at Cornwall Council on: [3][email address] or via phone on:
01872 326424.

 

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EGD - Freedom of Information, Cornwall Council

Dear Mr Evans.

 

Further to my email below, I can confirm that we can in fact provide you
with full addresses but other information may be limited.

 

Please accept my apologies for this confusion and the delay in contacting
you.

 

We therefore will continue to process this request but please note that we
aim to provide you with a response by 26/09/18.

 

Kind regards

Charmaine Hammond | Senior Business Officer

Cornwall Council |Planning & Sustainable Development

[1][email address]  

[2]www.cornwall.gov.uk | 'Onen hag oll'

By contacting Cornwall Council, your enquiry will be referred to the
service that is best placed to deal with your initial enquiry. The first
stage of the processing of your data will be done under public task
processing. In processing your data you have the right to stop the
processing of this data, have data we hold on you rectified or in certain
cases erased.  If you would like to know what data we hold on you, or to
exercise any of these rights you should contact the data protection
officer at Cornwall Council on: [3][email address] or via phone on:
01872 326424.

 

 

 

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EGD - Freedom of Information, Cornwall Council

1 Attachment

Dear Mr Evans,

 

Please find attached a letter formally enclosing the Council’s response to
your request for information under the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004.

 

If you have difficulty in opening the attachments, please let me know

 

Please accept our most sincere apologies for the lateness in providing you
with this.

 

David Coulthard |Development Officer Specialist  

Cornwall Council | Planning & Sustainable Development

[email address] |

[1]www.cornwall.gov.uk |’Onen hag oll’

 

 

 

 

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based on them, nor must you copy or show them to anyone; please e-mail us
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Please note that this e-mail may be subject to recording and/or monitoring
in accordance with the relevant legislation and may need to be disclosed
under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 or the Environmental Information
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