Totals for Subject Access Requests and FOI Section 40(1) Exemptions in 2016

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Dear Lewisham Borough Council,

I would like to make an FOI request for the following pieces of information:

1) How many Subject Access Requests did you receive in the year Jan 1st 2016 to Dec 31st 2016 (or your equivalent business/financial year), and;

2) How many FOI Section 40(1) exemptions did you employ during this same time period?

Yours faithfully,

Nick Jackson

Foi, Customer, Lewisham Borough Council

Dear Mr Jackson,

Re: Freedom of Information Act 2000
Environmental Information Regulations 2004
Reference No: 419552

Thank you for your recent request. Your request is being considered and you will receive a response within the statutory timescale of 20 working days, subject to the application of any
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Kind Regards,

Corporate Complaints and Casework Team

Hatch, Julie, Lewisham Borough Council

Dear Mr Jackson

Freedom of Information Act 2000 419552

 

Thank you for your request for information, which I received on 2 October
2017, concerning Subject Access Requests. 

 

Please see our response below:

 

1)    How many Subject Access Requests did you receive in the year Jan 1st
2016 to Dec 31st 2016 (or your equivalent business/financial year), and;

 

Total requests received from Jan-Dec 2016- 1494

2)    2) How many FOI Section 40(1) exemptions did you employ during this
same time period?

 

Total requests exempted under S21- 179 (please note that this includes
responses that had S21 applied along with another exemption

 

I hope that you will find this response helpful.

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Contact details: [3]http://www.ico.gov.uk/ or 0303 123 1113 or Wycliffe
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Yours sincerely,

 

 

Julie Hatch

Senior Customer Resolutions Officer

Corporate Complaints, Casework & Information Governance Team

Email:[email address]

 

 

 

 

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