Snettisham Roman Villa and Bridleway

I. M. Witham made this Freedom of Information request to Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

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Dear Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England,

Please provide copies of all information (including correspondence and electronic correspondence, and records of meetings or telephone communications) held by the commission relating in any way to the Public Bridleway, in the vicinity of the Roman Villa at Snettisham in Norfolk, known as Snettisham Bridleway No. 13 (see: http://maps.norfolk.gov.uk/highways/ ), dated between 1.1.2010 and today's date.

Please include any and every communication with the local highway authority, the Norfolk County Council, and the owner or occupier of the land concerned.

Yours faithfully,

I. M. Witham

FOI, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

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The Information Rights Team

 

FOI, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

Our Reference:18/00634

 

Dear I M Witham,

 

Re: Information Request – Snettisham Roman Villa and Bridleway

 

Thank you for your email on 29 December in which you have requested the
following information:

'Please provide copies of all information (including correspondence and
electronic correspondence, and records of meetings or telephone
communications) held by the commission relating in any way to the Public
Bridleway, in the vicinity of the Roman Villa at Snettisham in Norfolk,
known as Snettisham Bridleway No. 13 (see:
[1]http://maps.norfolk.gov.uk/highways/ ), dated between 1.1.2010 and
today's date. 

Please include any and every communication with the local highway
authority, the Norfolk County Council, and the owner or occupier of the
land concerned.'

 

Your request will be considered under the Freedom of Information Act
(2000)/ the Environmental Information Regulations (2004).  We will be
writing to you within the statutory 20 working day timeframe with a
response to your request.  You will be informed if this is not possible.

 

Yours sincerely, 

 

Information Rights Team

 

Historic England

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Swindon

SN2 2EH

 

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Gibbons, Frances, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

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REF: 18/00634

 

Dear I M Witham,

I am writing in connection with your recent request for information
concerning the Roman Villa at Snettisham and Snettisham Bridleway No 13.

Having looked into your case I can confirm that Historic England holds
information that falls within the scope of your request.  It has however,
unfortunately become apparent that I will not be able to provide you with
a response by the current deadline, which is 30 January.

Your request is being considered under the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004 (‘the EIR’) and regulation 7(1) of the EIR allows
organisations to extend the deadline for replying to complex/voluminous
requests by an additional 20 working days.  I am currently in the process
of considering the information held by Historic England which is
potentially relevant to your request and owing to the need to consult
externally with the local authority I estimate that I need to extend the
deadline to 27 February.

I am sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause you.  I will, of
course, respond sooner if I am able to do so.

Yours sincerely,

Frances Gibbons

 

Mrs Frances Gibbons
Senior Information Rights Officer- Tues, Wed, Thurs

Information and Records Management

Historic England | Room 2/07 | The Engine House | Fire Fly Avenue |
Swindon | Wiltshire | SN2 2EH

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Gibbons, Frances, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

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REF: 18/00634

 

Dear I M Witham,

 

Thank you for your email dated 29 December in which you have asked for the
following information:

 

Copies of all information held by Historic England relating in any way to
the public bridleway in the vicinity of the Roman Villa at Snettisham in
Norfolk, known as Snettisham Bridleway No 13, between 1 January 2010 and
29 December 2018.

 

Your request has been processed under the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004 (EIR).

 

I can confirm that Historic England hold information that falls within the
scope of your request, and I am happy to attach the relevant documentation
for your information.

 

You should be aware that I have removed some personal information from the
attached. In making this decision I have relied upon Regulation 12(3) of
the EIR- third party personal data, the disclosure of which would breach
one or more of the data protection principles in the data protection
legislation.

 

Information has also been removed on the basis of relevance.

 

I hope the information I have been able to provide is useful to you.
Details of our review procedure are attached.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Frances Gibbons

 

Mrs Frances Gibbons
Senior Information Rights Officer- Tues, Wed, Thurs

Information and Records Management

Historic England | Room 2/07 | The Engine House | Fire Fly Avenue |
Swindon | Wiltshire | SN2 2EH

01793 414445

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Dear Gibbons, Frances,

The extended deadline that you set has since past, and the requested information remains as elusive as ever. I cannot begin to understand what is taking you so long.

Yours sincerely,

I. M. Witham

Gibbons, Frances, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

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Thank you for your email. I am now out of the office.
My normal working days are Monday morning, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. My inbox is not being monitored.

Kind regards

Fran Gibbons

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Gibbons, Frances, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

Dear I M Witham,

Thank you for your email. A response was sent to you on Wednesday 27 February. I have just checked the whatdotheyknow website and the response and attachments are available on the website. Please can you confirm if you wish to continue with your request for an internal review? if so, I will happily forward your request to our legal department to process.

Yours sincerely

Frances Gibbons

Mrs Frances Gibbons
Senior Information Rights Officer- Tues, Wed, Thurs
Information and Records Management
Historic England | Room 2/07 | The Engine House | Fire Fly Avenue | Swindon | Wiltshire | SN2 2EH
01793 414445

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Dear Gibbons, Frances,

Apologies - I had failed to spot your response. Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

I. M. Witham