[SOLA 012266] 73-79 Rokesby Road

Janik2 made this Freedom of Information request to Slough Borough Council

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1. Two blocks of flats were built on the site of a former disabled children's home in Britwell's Rokesby Road. The site is between number 71 and the southern side of Lilac Court.

2. In keeping with Slough Unitary Authority's ('SUA') public "standards" neither block displays an external name or a door number.

3. What is SUA's planning policy, if any, for new buildings, i.e. built after 1998, to display door numbers visible from the public highway ?

4. Was any "display door numbers" requirement imposed by SUA upon the developer ? If so, what ?

5. Residents say they live in The Beeches, 73-79 Rokesby Road.

6. Royal Mail postcodes show Rokesby Road but there are no entries between door numbers 71 and 80.

7. SUA allocates DOOR NUMBERS so can SUA advise whether or not it informed Royal Mail of the door numbers for these anonymous flats ?

8. Will SUA take action to ensure both blocks of flats can be clearly identified by VISIBLE Rokesby Road door numbers and, if so, when ?

9. How many, if any, residents of the anonymous 17 flats at 73-79 Rokesby Road are shown on the current Electoral Roll ?

Mr Janik

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_FreedomOfInformation, Slough Borough Council

This is to acknowledge receipt of your FoI request which is receiving attention

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For the attention of Mrs Jane Ward,

Please note Slough Unitary Authority's reply is now overdue.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Janik

_FreedomOfInformation, Slough Borough Council

Dear Mr Janik

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Dear Jane Ward,

I will challenge Neil Wilcox's behaviour in the High Court and, obviously, publish the news worthy story.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Janik.

copy Nigel Pallace, acting Head of Paid Service
copy Cllr James Swindlehurst, Leader of Labour-run Slough Unitary Authority.