Type of slow-worms and lizards on ground next to Canterbury West station

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Dear Canterbury City Council,

I made a previous FOI request to you which you answered regarding relocation of slow-worms and lizards on the site of the temporary road car-park at the end of Station Road West.

I appreciate your previous response, but I am quite interested in what reptiles were found.

Could you please provide me with the report that Native Ecology produced if possible.

Alternatively can you tell me the species of reptiles and the number of each that were relocated?

Yours faithfully,

Ashley Mills

CCC FOI, Canterbury City Council

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CCC FOISupport, Canterbury City Council

Reference:         5572

Title:                   Slow worms and lizards by Canterbury West Station

 

Thank you for your freedom of information request.

 

Please see below for our response. 

If you are unhappy with the way your enquiry has been dealt with, you may
ask for an internal review by e-mailing [1][email address] or by
following the procedure set out on the council’s website. 

If you are still dissatisfied after an internal review, you may appeal to
the Information Commissioner, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow SK9
5AF.

Kind regards,

 

Emma

 

 

Freedom of Information Team

Canterbury City Council

 

Reference:         5572

Title:                    Slow worms and lizards by Canterbury West
Station

Date of reply:    14 February 2018

 

Summary:          

Request for information held in respect of slow worms and lizards
inhabiting the area at Canterbury West Station

 

Question 1

What reptiles were found at the area of cleared ground next to Station
Road West?  Could you please provide me with the report that Native
Ecology produced if possible?  Alternatively, can you tell me the species
of reptiles and the number of each that were relocated?

Our response:

In total 165 reptiles were relocated to the receptor area, comprising 145
slow worm and 20 viviparous lizard.

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Dear CCC FOISupport,

Thanks for your response and providing all the information I asked for.

Yours sincerely,

Ashley Mills

CCC FOISupport, Canterbury City Council

Reference:         6307

Title:                      Asbestos downpipe removal and replacement

 

Thank you for your freedom of information request.

 

Please see below for our response. 

If you are unhappy with the way your enquiry has been dealt with, you may
ask for an internal review by e-mailing [1][email address] or by
following the procedure set out on the council’s website. 

If you are still dissatisfied after an internal review, you may appeal to
the Information Commissioner, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow SK9
5AF.

Kind regards,

 

Emma

 

 

Emma Estevez

Freedom of Information Team

Democratic Services

Canterbury City Council

CANTERBURY

CT1 1YW

Tel: 01227 862325

[2]www.canterbury.gov.uk

 

 

Reference:         6307

Title:                     Asbestos downpipe removal and replacement

Date of reply:    21 June 2018

 

Summary:          

Request for information held in respect of asbestos pipe removal from
social housing stock

 

Question 1

What was the cost of this replacement per house?

Our response:

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request. In response we can
advise that no relevant information falling into the scope of your request
is held by Canterbury City Council.  The information requested relates to
information held by East Kent Housing who are responsible for the
management of social housing assets in the district and as such you may
wish to direct your request to them.  The contact details for East Kent
Housing are accessible via their website and can be found here;
[3]https://www.eastkenthousing.org.uk/conta....

 

Question 2

What risk did the existing asbestos downpipes pose to health?

Our response:

As above

 

Question 3

What steps were taken to ensure that asbestos dust was not spread into
neighbouring properties during the work?

Our response:

As above

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2. http://www.canterbury.gov.uk/
3. https://www.eastkenthousing.org.uk/conta...

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