Dear Fife Council, Can you tell me who owns Lochgelly Loch. The way the loch is sitting now is such a waste.

My plan is to find out who owns it, then come to some sort of agreement with them to reopen it as a fishery and begin stocking it again, also possibly bring back water sports through time.

If i find out who owns it and can come to a agreement it will be run by myself.

Kind Regards
Steven

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>>> steven wilson <[FOI #39431 email]> 24/06/2010
18:07 >>>
Dear Fife Council, Can you tell me who owns Lochgelly Loch. The way
the loch is sitting now is such a waste.

My plan is to find out who owns it, then come to some sort of
agreement with them to reopen it as a fishery and begin stocking it
again, also possibly bring back water sports through time.

If i find out who owns it and can come to a agreement it will be
run by myself.

Kind Regards
Steven

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Tracey Dean, Fife Council

Dear Mr Wilson

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) ACT 2002 – REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

I refer to your information request received 25th June 2010, our ref:
Q6.1/2010056.

Under Section 17 1 (b) of the Freedom of Information Act 2002, Fife
Council hereby provides notice that the information you requested is not
held. However, information from the Valuation Roll indicates that Wemyss
1952 Trustees own land around the loch and they may be able to provide the
information you require. The address from the Valuation Roll is:-

Wemyss 1952 Trustees, The Red House, Wemyss Castle,Castle Drive, Coaltown
Of Wemyss, Kirkcaldy, KY1 4TE

If you are not satisfied with the way we have handled your request, you
have the right to request a review of the decision. Please write to:
Chief Legal Officer, Legal Services, Performance & Organisational Support,
Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes, KY7 5LT, or e-mail to
[1][email address] within 3 calendar months of receipt of our
decision. If this fails to resolve the matter to your complete
satisfaction, you have the right to apply to the Scottish Information
Commissioner for a decision.

Yours sincerely,

Tracey Dean
Corporate Improvement Assistant
Performance & Organisational Support
Fife Council
Fife House
Glenrothes KY7 5LT

Telephone 08451 55 55 55: you will hear an automated message asking you to
enter my extension which is 442233

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