Dear Moray Council,

Please supply details of:

1. How many streetlamps in Moray contain microwave transmitters (3G/4G/5G)?
2. How many streetlamps in moray contain 5G transmitters?
3. The council's plans to install 5G transmitters throughout the area of moray?

Yours faithfully,

Susan Campbell

Moray Council

Reference: 101002101413

Dear Ms Campbell

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2004

Thank you for your information request concerning Streetlamps Using Microwave Energy dated 2019-03-06. This is being dealt with under the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004.

The Moray Council will deal with your request as quickly as possible, and will endeavour to complete matters within the 20 working day time limit contained in government guidelines. Should the extraction of information prove to be more time consuming, we are permitted an extension to a maximum of 40 working days. You will be notified should this extension of time become necessary.

Your request and our response will be posted on our disclosure log within the FOI section on our website. No personal information will be included.

If you have any queries about this email please contact the Records and Heritage Manager on 01343 562633 or [Moray Council request email] quoting the reference number given above.

Please note that The Moray Council owns copyright in the material supplied in response to your enquiry unless otherwise stated. Your attention is drawn to the conditions of use below.

This information is being provided to meet the Council's statutory duties under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. Copyright of the material and all data remains with the Moray Council and it may not be reproduced or used in any way without the Council's consent under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. However the Moray Council are prepared to allow limited re-use of this information under the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015, but a licence specifying the type of re-use permitted and the applicable charges will be required.

The Council is entitled to charge a fee for providing this information, but the charge shall not exceed an amount which the authority is satisfied is reasonable. You will be notified of an estimate of fee prior to the information being gathered and copied.

If you are dissatisfied in any way with the manner in which the Council has dealt with your request for information, you are entitled to ask the Council to review within 40 working days its actions and decisions. If you would like a review of this decision please write to the Records and Heritage Manager, Elgin Library, Cooper Park, Elgin, IV30 1HS. A review panel will convene and has 20 working days to consider and respond to your appeal. All appeal requests must be made in writing.

If you are still dissatisfied with the outcome of this review, then you may appeal within 6 months by writing to the Scottish Information Commissioner via their online appeal service at www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal or to Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9DS.

Further information on the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 can be obtained by visiting www.moray.gov.uk.

Yours sincerely

Sophie Ward

Information Co-ordinator

The Moray Council

[Moray Council request email]

Moray Council

Reference: 101002101413

Dear Ms Campbell

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2004

Thank you for your information request concerning Streetlamps Using Microwave Energy dated 2019-03-06. This is being dealt with under the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004.

The response to your information request can be found on the Council's website http://www.moray.gov.uk/moray_standard/p... (please note that it can take up to 1 hour for the website to update).

We trust this satisfies your information request. It is the Council's practice to publish all requests and responses on its website. If you have any queries about this email please contact Alison Morris on 01343 562633 or email [Moray Council request email] quoting the reference number given above.

Please note that The Moray Council owns copyright in the material supplied in response to your enquiry unless otherwise stated. The supply of documents and information by the Council does not give the person or organisation who receives them the right to re-use the documents in a way which would infringe copyright under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. Such material is not to be used commercially without permission from the copyright holder.

Should this information be reused for commercial purposes the information will be subject to the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015. Under these regulations the Council is entitled to charge a fee for the re-use of information.

If you are dissatisfied in any way with the manner in which the Council has dealt with your request for information, you are entitled to ask the Council to review its actions and decisions. If you would like a review of this decision please write to the Records and Heritage Manager, Elgin Library, Cooper Park, Elgin, IV30 1HS. A review panel will convene and has 20 days to consider and respond to your appeal. All appeal requests must be made in writing.

If you are still dissatisfied with the outcome of this review, then you may appeal within 6 months by writing to the Scottish Information Commissioner via their online appeal service at www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal or to Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9DS.

Further information on the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 can be obtained by visiting www.moray.gov.uk.

Yours sincerely

Sophie Ward

Information Co-ordinator

The Moray Council

[Moray Council request email]

Looking for an EU Authority?

You can request documents directly from EU Institutions at our sister site AskTheEU.org . Find out more .

AskTheEU.org