Seymour Court Development Public Art

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Dear Cambridge City Council,

I wish to make an FOI request in regard to the public art that was provided by the developer Kier in respect of the development of Seymour now Jane Court. In the planning documentation a clear obligation was laid out with regard to funding and placement of public art within the development. I wish to know how much was spent by Kier on public art within this development,what the public art is, and where it is. If the obligation for funding of public art by Kier has not been met any correspondence that dmonstartes the councils attempts to ensure that kier meets this obligation, and any consultative documantation on public art with local residents.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Lythgoe

Dear Cambridge City Council,
By law you should have responded to my FOI request by May 13th. You have failed to do so. Can you please respond immediately to my request for information regarding the commitment for Kier to include some public art within Janes Court development.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Lythgoe

Dear Cambridge City Council,
I have not received a reply or acknowledgemnt of my FOI request. By law you should have replied to my request by the 13th May 2014.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Lythgoe

Alan Carter, Cambridge City Council

Dear Mr Lythgoe

In your freedom of Information request dated 10 April 2014, you asked
for the following information:

"I wish to make an FOI request in regard to the public art that was
provided by the developer Kier in respect of the development of Seymour
now Jane Court. In the planning documentation a clear obligation was
laid out with regard to funding and placement of public art within the
development. I wish to know how much was spent by Kier on public art
within this development,what the public art is, and where it is. If the
obligation for funding of public art by Kier has not been met any
correspondence that dmonstartes the councils attempts to ensure that
kier meets this obligation, and any consultative documantation on public
art with local residents."

First can I apologise for the delay in responding to your enquiry.

The section 106 planning agreement for this development did not require
that any monies for public art be invested specifically as part of the
development. On this occasion the monies paid by the developer will be
used elsewhere for public art.

If you are not happy with the way in which your request has been dealt
with please let me know. You may also contact the Information
Commissioner if you are still not happy with the way your request has
been dealt with. The Information Commissioner’s address is:

Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF

Kind regards

Alan Carter
Head of Strategic Housing Services
Cambridge City Council
Tel: 01223 457948
[mobile number]

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Dear Cambridge City Council,

I wish to make an FOI request in regard to the public art that was
provided by the developer Kier in respect of the development of Seymour
now Jane Court. In the planning documentation a clear obligation was
laid out with regard to funding and placement of public art within the
development. I wish to know how much was spent by Kier on public art
within this development,what the public art is, and where it is. If the
obligation for funding of public art by Kier has not been met any
correspondence that dmonstartes the councils attempts to ensure that
kier meets this obligation, and any consultative documantation on public
art with local residents.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Lythgoe

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