Dear Land Registry,
I am struggling after watching Land Registry's tutorial on staff dealing by phone with the public, and want to request statistics of previous satisfactory dealing's with the UK Public contacting their local Land Registry Offices for the period of time when it was stated on your website that there was no need to request information under The Freedom of Information Act, as anyone requesting information could be sure this information act would be applied to all requests for information ( circa- 2003 until 2008).
Please provide under The Freedom of Information Act the statistics of a year by year record of the numbers of requests for information and their various outcomes.
I request the level of competence of the persons replying to these information requests , by the
naming of years of service accrued and what area's they have been trained in
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Dear Ms Smith,
Thank you for your email dated 9 February 2016 requesting the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA):-
the statistics of a year by year record of the numbers of requests for information and their various outcomes. I request the level of competence of the persons replying to these information requests , by the naming of years of service accrued and what area's they have been trained in.
I am writing to advise you that following a search of our paper and electronic records, I have established that Land Registry does not hold the information within the scope of your request.
Senior Corporate Information Officer
Corporate Legal and Assurance Services
Land Registry Head Office, 4th Floor, Trafalgar House, 1 Bedford Park, Croydon, CR0 2AQ
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Dear Sondh, Gurmale,
I request copy of the log of these requests , as l am sure you are aware said log is kept to refer further requests to
Dear Sondh, Gurmale,
could it be that "access to the data ( presumberly filed on electronic data?)", has been mislaid?.
Recently you yourself have offered up the published ( on WDTK) figures of over 6,500 incidences of referred cases to the judiciary , minus the information for court processes of the adjudication against Land Registry by The Advertising Standards Authority of 25 th July 2007.
This information ( had it been provided to me) , would have been crucial for the claims made to properties / lands ( 50 acres in one related incident), that formed my registered title that the whole acreage encompassed according to written confirmation l received from a manager at Inland Revenue.
I affirm that only having ONE DAY ( my neighbours claim lodged next day to this published adjudication), in which to notify me of the adjudication , perhaps left little space to indoctorate me into developments.
However records of the involvement and decision of The Information Commissioners Office in August 2011 , to Land Registry having BREACHED the DATA PROTECTION ACT ( decision records my valid DPA subject access request as 21 st January 2011, effectively moving the goalposts of the ensuing two years of court processes / hearings , that happened after my accepted to be valid DPA subject access request of March 2009, notified in writing to both my MP and The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman for the same date and involving the intervention of the HEAD OF CIVIL BILLS at Legal Services Commisson, who previously headed up the Land Charges Division of LSC).
Records you personally sent to me at the insistence of the ICO,and dated 28th September 2011, were after the fact , of LAND REGISTRY , giving my 50 acres away on 7 th September 2011, actually committing more agenda's challengable by me in relation to the statement by Marco Pierleoni in his letter to me of 13 th April 2010, where he set out the fact l owned a registered title and that l " could not be deprived of land from that title as a result of a wrongly lodged postcode".
The issues of the "errors / mistakes" by Land Registry , not correcting the information they held about me and my title , throughout the many communications l exchanged and telephone calls, that are amptly logged and recorded, form the basis of my challenging your reply to my request of statistics of staff at Land Registry answering the UK Publics enquiries.
Please ensure you refer this matter to the most senior level for correctly identifying the location of the information l seek
Dear Land Registry,
Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.
I am writing to request an internal review of Land Registry's handling of my FOI request 'Your tutorial of staff answering enquires'.
I have concerns of information tampering , not only the ones I have flagged up with Kingston upon Hull Land Registry and The Adjudicator to HM Land Registry , but the involvement previously of forty-three members of staff at Legal Services Commission and it 's Land Charges Department. As Mr Sondh has previously been proved to have already assisted with breaches of the Data Protection Act , and also of failing to assist , with a requested internal review , of the information he provided; I can only assume the redactions I referred to the ICO involving my request for internal review , are ones that he must deem too incriminating to disclose.
A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/y...
Dear Mrs Smith
I was asked to review our response to your Freedom of Information Act
request dated 9 February regarding tutorials given to staff dealing with
the public by phone.
I can confirm that the response is correct and under Section 1 (1)(a) of
the Freedom of Information Act, this information is not held.
If you are dissatisfied with this response, you should contact the
Information Commissioner's office. I attach a link to his website.
Lawyer - Corporate Legal and Assurance Services Land Registry- Head Office
Email: [email address]
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