Dear Southwark Borough Council,

1. The Tribunals in May 2014 of Joshua and John to determine the values of the 2 disputed properties on the Aylesbury Estate had documents and reports submitted. Please provide copies of all evidence that was submitted to the Tribunals stating whether it was submitted by the council or opposing surveyor.
2. In order to show properties on the estate were unable to be mortgaged Patrick McGreal wrote to 10 banks on 13th Sept 2013. The response from HSBC was submitted to the Tribunal. Please provide all the response letters from the other banks.
3. The council’s surveyor stated,”Even before the scheme the Aylesbury Estate was unattractive and unpopular.” What evidence does the council have that prior to the scheme, the estate was unpopular?
4. Please give comparative examples to other local estates to show the Aylesbury Estate was less popular than these estates.
5. In September 2005 what percentage of flats (including maisonettes) had home ownership (non council owned) on each separate estate in SE17?
6. In September 2005 how many flats (including maisonettes) had home ownership (non council owned) on:
1. 120-149 Chartridge, Aylesbury Estate, SE17?
2. Padbury, Aylesbury Estate, SE17?
3. Gaitskell, Aylesbury Estate, SE17?

Yours faithfully,

J.Bos

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Dear Ms J. Bos,

 

Re: Your request for information: 693905

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 6
September 2016.

 

Your request has been dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act
2000.

 

In response to it, we are able to provide the following information:

1.         The Tribunals in May 2014 of Joshua and John to determine the
values of the 2 disputed properties on the Aylesbury Estate had documents
and reports submitted. Please provide copies of all evidence that was
submitted to the Tribunals stating whether it was submitted by the council
or opposing surveyor.

This information is withheld in accordance with section 32 of the Act –
Court Records, as it describes information containing documents generated
solely for Tribunal Proceedings. 

2.         In order to show properties on the estate were unable to be
mortgaged Patrick McGreal wrote to 10 banks on 13th Sept 2013. The
response from HSBC was submitted to the Tribunal. Please provide all the
response letters from the other banks.

No other responses were received

3.         The council's surveyor stated, "Even before the scheme the
Aylesbury Estate was unattractive and unpopular." What evidence does the
council have that prior to the scheme, the estate was unpopular?

Please refer to the extract from the Area Action Plan that refers to it.

[2]http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct...

4.         Please give comparative examples to other local estates to show
the Aylesbury Estate was less popular than these estates.

Please see response to question 3.

5.         In September 2005 what percentage of flats (including
maisonettes) had home ownership (non council owned) on each separate
estate in SE17?

In accordance with section 21 of the Act, we are not obliged to provide
you with information if it is already reasonably accessible to you by
other means. Please note this information is available to be obtained from
the Land Registry Office at:

[3]https://eservices.landregistry.gov.uk/ww...

 

6.         In September 2005 how many flats (including maisonettes) had
home ownership (non council owned) on:

1.    120-149 Chartridge, Aylesbury Estate, SE17?

10
2. Padbury, Aylesbury Estate, SE17?

9
3. Gaitskell, Aylesbury Estate, SE17?

24

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Martyna Plewniak

System Information Project Officer

 

 

 

 

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Dear Ms J. Bos,

 

Re: Your request for information: 751933

Thank you for your request for information that was received on 15
February 2017.

Your request has been dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act
2000.

In response to it, we are able to provide the following information:

 

1.         What date did the following blocks Phases become active?

                                   

Bradenham (1-41) – March 2007
Bradenham (42-256) – July 2010
Arklow (1-28) – October 2010
Chiltern (1-172) – October 2010
Chartridge (1-105) – July 2010
Chartridge (106-149) – July 2010
Wolverton (1-59) – March 2010
Northchurch (57-76) – February 2015

 

2.         Why were the Phases now known as 1b/1c not activated in 2008/9,
as stated in the first Home Owner guide?

 

In March 2006 Council Executive took the decision to bring forward Phase
1a in order to provide early re-housing opportunities for Aylesbury
residents, and therefore separating Phases 1a and Phase 1b/1c.

 

3.         Please provide all the reports that explain and authorize this
delay.

 

Please see attached a report to Executive (and appendices) dated 14 March
2006, which brings forward Phase 1a, and the rationale for this decision.

 

4.         How were the leaseholders now in phase in 1b/1c notified about
the delay? Please provide all correspondence with the leaseholders (with
leaseholder details omitted) notifying them of the delay to activation
which contains an explanation to the delay and notification of the new
activation timeline.

 

The 2007 Homeowners Guide (attached) was circulated to all homeowners on
the estate and provides an update on the rehousing timeline for homeowners
in Phase 1b/1c.

5.         Please provide proof of correspondence (with leaseholder
details omitted) of how you notified Northchurch (57-76) was now active
and the reason why they had been activated early.  This should detail
information which specifies that the new offers differ from any previous
early purchase offers that were non-negotiable. Providing me with a copy
of the homeowner guide is not acceptable as a letter must have accompanied
the guide to explain the fact their new offer was different from previous
offers. I wish to see the accompanying letter.

 

Please see attached letter sent to leaseholders in 57-76 Northchurch in
February 2015.

 

6.         I have previously requested documents submitted to the 2
tribunals and been denied, however the council have stated verbally to me
they would be provided.  Please provide all documentation and reports
submitted to the 2 tribunals by Southwark Council that evaluated the
values for properties on the Aylesbury Estate. This directly involves
council expenditure and should be available for justification.

 

This information is withheld in accordance with section 32 of the Act –
Court Records, as it describes information containing documents generated
solely for Tribunal Proceedings. 

 

This information is being provided as a statutory obligation under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000.  Please note that under the Privacy and
Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 Southwark
Council ask not to receive unsolicited marketing communications.

You are free to use the information provided for your own purposes,
including any non-commercial research you are doing and for the purposes
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permission to re-use this information by submitting a request to
[2][Southwark Borough Council request email]; you can find details on these arrangements
at
[3]http://www.southwark.gov.uk/YourCouncil/....
Detailed advice about the Reuse of Public Sector Information Regulations
(PSI) 2005 is available from the Office of Public Sector Information at:
[4]http://www.opsi.gov.uk/advice/index.htm.

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Martyna Plewniak

System Information Project Officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

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