s278 agreement between the council and Barratt Homes Manchester

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Dear Stoke on Trent City Council,

Please supply the s278 agreement between the council and Barratt Homes Manchester that relate to the phasing of the woks at the junction of Meadow Lane and Longton Road.

Preferably please supply the whole s278 agreement so that it can be shared with the community impacted by the development.

Yours faithfully,

Philip OConnell

FOI, Stoke on Trent City Council

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Dear Mr O'Connell

 

Your request for information ref. SOT93626

 

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the city council and Barratt Homes Manchester, relating to the works at
the junction of Meadow Lane and Longton Road.  Your request was received
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Dear FOI,

The developer states that the s278 Traffic Management plans for phases 1,2 & 3 are different than those they submitted to the council late October in the Health and Safety Document published on the councils planning site. There are urgent safety issues related to this, therefore given that the TM plans are already published by the council, could you please in the first instance send copies of the Traffic Management plans for phases 1, 2 & 3 from the s278 which should correspond to those already published by the council.

Yours sincerely,

Philip OConnell

Dear FOI,

Please note the statutory deadline has now passed.

Yours sincerely,

Philip OConnell

FOI, Stoke on Trent City Council

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Dear Mr O'Connell

 

Your request for information ref. SOT93626 for a copy of the section 278
agreement between the city council and Barratt Homes Manchester, relating
to the works at the junction of Meadow Lane and Longton Road

 

We have now considered your request and a copy of the information is
attached.  Please accept our apologies for the delay in sending this to
you.

 

Please note that some of the information is exempt under sections 31 and
43 of the Act and cannot be provided.

 

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information if its release would, or would be likely to, prejudice the
prevention or detection of crime. This exemption has been applied to
signatures contained within the attached documents. This is because those
signatures, together with other information that may or may not be
available in the public domain about the individuals to whom they belong,
could be used for fraudulent activities. The local authority does not
consider it in the public interest to release information that could be
used for such purposes.

 

Section 43 (commercial interests) allows the public authority to withhold
information if its release would, or would be likely to, prejudice the
commercial interests of any individual, including the public authority
that holds it. This exemption has been applied to the value of the bond
contained within the attached documents. This is because this information,
if released into the public domain, would give the service provider’s
competitors a clear indication of how much contract value the local
authority would normally place on such works. The local authority does not
consider it is in the public interest to pre-empt the value of any future
similar works, thereby limiting its ability to obtain the best value for
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Yours sincerely

 

Information Rights Team

 

Information Rights

City of Stoke-on-Trent

Floor 2 Civic Centre Glebe Street Stoke-on-Trent ST4 1HH

T: 01782 232853, 01782 233020, 01782 233732, 01782 235965

E: [6][Stoke on Trent City Council request email]

 

 

 

Request

Dear Stoke on Trent City Council,

Please supply the s278 agreement between the council and Barratt Homes
Manchester that relate to the phasing of the woks at the junction of
Meadow Lane and Longton Road.

Preferably please supply the whole s278 agreement so that it can be shared
with the community impacted by the development.

Yours faithfully,

Philip OConnell

 

 

Winner – UK Housing Awards Council of the Year 2019

Stoke-on-Trent City Council is a Fostering Friendly employer. Being a
foster carer is truly life changing. If you have a spare room and spare
time, even as little as one weekend a month, you can make a real
difference to a child’s life. Fostering for Stoke-on-Trent City Council
offers a rewarding career with comprehensive training and guidance. Click
here for more information. For more information about becoming a Fostering
Friendly employer please click here.

link for the first Click here  -
[7]https://www.stoke.gov.uk/info/20044/fost...

link for the second click here -
[8]https://www.thefosteringnetwork.org.uk/g...

Manage your council tax online and sign up for paperless billing with our
new online account at [9]www.stoke.gov.uk/onlineaccount - and access it
using the MyStoke app, putting fly-tipping, and litter reporting in your
hands at the touch of a button. Available in the [10]App Store and on
[11]Google Play

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