Street Clutter

Ian Harvey made this Freedom of Information request to Carlisle City Council

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Dear Carlisle City Council,

Following on from the Secretary of State's announcement asking all local authorities to work on removing street clutter on 26 August (http://www.civicvoice.org.uk/uploads/fil...) 2010 can you tell me

a) how much money you spent on removing "street furniture, including bollards, posts and guardrail since 26 August 2010 and 1st July 2013 within your local government area.
b) how many items of street furniture have been removed from your streets since 26 August 2010 and 1st July 2013 in your local government area.
c) how many items of street furniture, specifically guardrails and bollards have been installed since 26 August 2010 in your local government area.

Yours faithfully,

Ian Harvey

Clare Furlong, Carlisle City Council

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Dear Mr Harvey

 

Please find attached acknowledgement of your Freedom of Information Act
request.

 

Thank you

Clare Furlong

 

 

Clare Furlong

Corporate Information Officer

Policy and Communications

Chief Executive's Team

Carlisle City Council

Civic Centre

Carlisle

CA3 8QG

 

Telephone 01228 817165

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Dear Mr Harvey

 

Please find attached response to your Freedom of Information Act request. 
Sorry for the delay in responding, I thought I’d already sent this. 

 

Thank you

Clare Furlong

 

 

Clare Furlong

Corporate Information Officer

Policy and Communications

Chief Executive's Team

Carlisle City Council

Civic Centre

Carlisle

CA3 8QG

 

Telephone 01228 817165

e-mail [2][email address]

 

 

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