Traffic light phasing between the junction of Green Lanes and Myddleton Grange N4

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Dear Hackney Borough Council,

Date 2nd Dec 2016

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

I am writing regarding traffic light phasing on Green Lanes at the junction of Myddleton Grange N4, which is the entrance to the development.

I would like details of:

The current programming and phasing of the above lights.
I would like to know when the last date of the programming of phasing was amended and why?
I would like to know if the traffic lights mentioned above are phased differently through the day, and if so what times and why?

Yours faithfully,
Robert Shorter

Hackney Borough Council

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computer viruses; to check mailboxes of absent employees. To exercise its
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may take place and this notice to you should be regarded as such
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