Statistics for alley-gates

Christopher O'Donovan made this Freedom of Information request to Liverpool City Council

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Christopher O'Donovan

Dear Liverpool City Council,

I refer to my FOI request of 31 December 2020, which I need to update.
"In the matter of alley-gates,
1) How many alley-gates are there?
2) how many of these were installed in front of adopted alleys?
3) how many were installed in front of unadopted alleys?"

The answer to my first question appears to be 3,178

The answer to the second and third I do not yet know.

I now wish to add further questions.

4) Of the (however many) alleygates placed before adopted highways, how many of these adopted highways were subsequently put on the List of Streets?

5) Of the (however many) alleygates placed before unadopted highways, how many of these unadopted highways were, in March 2004, put on the Definitive Map and Statement?

6) In the event of an alleygate being placed before an unadopted highway, and this highway not being included on the Definitive Map and Statement in March 2004, what were the criteria for its omission?

7) Please list all instances of this omission.

Yours faithfully,
Christopher O'Donovan

Liverpool City Council

 
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Thank you for your request for information that was received on 24
February 2021 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,

I refer to my FOI request of 31 December 2020, which I need to update.
"In the matter of alley-gates,
1) How many alley-gates are there?
2) how many of these were installed in front of adopted alleys?
3) how many were installed in front of unadopted alleys?"

The answer to my first question appears to be 3,178

The answer to the second and third I do not yet know.

I now wish to add further questions.

4) Of the (however many) alleygates placed before adopted highways, how
many of these adopted highways were subsequently put on the List of
Streets?

5) Of the (however many) alleygates placed before unadopted highways, how
many of these unadopted highways were, in March 2004, put on the
Definitive Map and Statement?

6) In the event of an alleygate being placed before an unadopted highway,
and this highway not being included on the Definitive Map and Statement in
March 2004, what were the criteria for its omission?

7) Please list all instances of this omission.

Yours faithfully,
Christopher O'Donovan...
 
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