Margaret Campbell

Dear Chorley Borough Council,

Please would you acknowledge this request.

As of January 2011, please could you tell me:

1) How many allotment sites are there in Chorley for which the Council has access to waiting list data?

2) What is the total number of plots on these sites?

3) What is the total number of people on waiting lists for these sites?

4) Are any of these waiting lists closed to further applications?

5) How many new council allotment sites were brought into use in 2010? Please give:
a) number of new sites
b) names of new sites
c) total area of new land in hectares
d) total number of new plots

Yours faithfully

Margaret Campbell

foi, Chorley Borough Council

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Dear Madam,

Thank you for your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
Please quote the above reference number in all future correspondence.

Please find attached acknowledgement.

Yours faithfully

Paul Sudworth
Information Manager
Chorley Council
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Hello Pauline

The attached document is a request for information made under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 for your attention, which I have acknowledged. The
response deadline is 31st January 2011.

Please can I have your response by 27th January 2011.

Please forward all responses to [1][email address], so I can issue an
official reply.

Regards

Paul Sudworth
Information Manager
Chorley Council
DD: 01257 515294

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foi, Chorley Borough Council

Dear Ms Campbell

I am writing in response to your request for information under the terms
of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, Ref No FOI/11/001.

1) How many allotment sites are there in Chorley for which the Council has
access to waiting list data? 6

2) What is the total number of plots on these sites? 152

3) What is the total number of people on waiting lists for these sites?
411

4) Are any of these waiting lists closed to further applications? No

5) How many new council allotment sites were brought into use in 2010?
Please give:

a) number of new sites None

b) names of new sites Not applicable

c) total area of new land in hectares Not applicable

d) total number of new plots Not applicable

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you are unhappy with the outcome, or the way in which Chorley Council has
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Yours sincerely

Paul Sudworth
Information Manager
Chorley Council
DD: 01257 515294

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Margaret Campbell

Dear Paul Sudworth,

Many thanks for such a prompt response.

Yours sincerely,

Margaret Campbell

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