Shard End Community Council Steering Group

Paul Burke made this Freedom of Information request to Birmingham City Council

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Dear Sir or Madam,

As this steering group in made up of elected members and officers of Shard End Ward (and that of the Hodge Hill Constituency)and that they report back to the Shard End Ward Committee, I would be grateful if you would advise how many meetings of this group have taken place since Wednesday 24th January 2007 to date.
I would be grateful if you would also release all minutes for this steering group and any associated documents placed before this group including the draft constitution which was placed before the group at the meeting of the 24th January 2007

Yours faithfully,

Paul Burke

Birmingham City Council

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Dear Mr Burke

Please find attached Birmingham City Council's response to your Freedom of
Information Request.


Rosa Hunter
Information Governance Officer
Business Support - Data Protection/Freedom of Information
Environment & Culture
Birmingham City Council

Tel: 0121 303 6676
Fax: 0121 303 4943

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