Success rates for SBRI competition "Innovation in cycling and walking"

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Dear Innovate UK,

Could you please let me have, for the recent SBRI funding competition "innovation in cycling and walking", the following information:

- The number of applications submitted
- The number of applications approved for funding
- The minimum pass rate (%)

Yours faithfully,

Alex Smeets

Dear Mr Smeets

Thank you for your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

This email is to advise you of the date by which you will receive a full response from us. Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act this is 20 working days from receipt (day 1 being the first working day after the request was received). A response to your request for information will be sent to you promptly and in any event no later than 11 August 2017.

The reference for the request is 00058646, please quote it in all future correspondence.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me in the first instance.

Kind Regards,

Ravinder Singh
Information Manager

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Dear Mr Smeets

please find attached our response to your Freedom of Information Act 2000 request.

Regards

Ravinder Singh
Information Manager
Innovate UK
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