When maintenance work on a council dwelling requires access to a neighboring property (e.g. Scaffolding needs to cross a boundary).

The request was successful.

Dear Leeds City Council,

1. Could you please tell me:
How it is established whether the property requiring access is council or private?

2. Could you please tell me:
If it is established that the property is private - then what procedure is followed to contact the owner?

3. Could you please tell me:
If there are any circumstances where you access private property without seeking consent from the owner?

4. Could you please tell me:
Who is ultimately responsible for obtaining correct permission - the council or your contractors?

5. Could you please tell me:
If there is no established procedure to contact the owner or no records kept - how disputes are resolved?

Yours faithfully,

G Allans

DPFOI, Leeds City Council

Dear G Allans

Freedom of information request Ref 20282 : Private and Council Properties

Thank you for your request for the above information which we received 16, January 2018. We will respond to your request in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000, or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

We have passed your request onto Amanda Rudd, Data Quality Officer, Resources & Housing, [email address] who will arrange a response within the appropriate statutory time limit.

Please remember to quote reference number FOI 20282 in any future communications.

Yours sincerely

Malika Doust
Information Governance Support Officer
Information Governance and Managements Team (City and Communities)
Digital Information Service

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Dear Sir/Madam

 

Please find attached the response to your recent Freedom of Information
request.

 

Kind regards

 

Mandy

 

 

Amanda Rudd

Data Quality Officer (Records Management)

Information Management and Governance Team

Digital and Information Service

Leeds City Council

Tel: 0113 37 86636

[1]www.leeds.gov.uk

 

 

 

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