The final instalment in the saga that is FOI 247:
Dear “Hancock, Nigel” Nigel.Hancock@rotherham.gov.uk
Thank you for your courteous and informative response.
I trust, and indeed hope, that the RMBC Planning Department will pursue an equally vigorous line with the Manager of MyPlace as they did with elderly pensioner Arthur Newey Esq of Dalton, in order to ensure an equitable application of the planning laws which exist in order to prevent a plethora of inappropriate signages besmirching our communities.
I shall be grateful if you will make a note to keep me informed of the results of your Department’s communications with MySpace and whether they intend to accept your diligent application of our town’s planning laws.
Donald H. Buxton
On Tue, 21/8/12, Hancock, Nigel <Nigel.Hancock@rotherham.gov.uk> wrote:
From: Hancock, Nigel <Nigel.Hancock@rotherham.gov.uk>
Subject: FW: FOI Request – 247
To: Don Buxton
Cc: “FreedomofInformation” <Freedomofinformation@rotherham.gov.uk>
Date: Tuesday, 21 August, 2012, 12:33
Dear Mr Buxton,
Further to your freedom of information request, I can confirm that advertisement consent for the banners has not currently been applied for which is why there is no Decision Notice or Officer Report. However, I can confirm that the Planning Department has been in contact with the Manager of MyPlace and advised then that advertisement consent is required and have requested that an application be submitted if they are to be continued to be displayed.
Development Manager – North
Planning and Regeneration
Environment & Development Services
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
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The final instalment in the saga that is FOI 247: Dear “Hancock, Nigel” Nigel.Hancock@rotherham.gov.uk Thank you for your courteous and informative response. I trust, and indeed hope, that the RMBC Planning Department will pursue an equally vigorous line with the … Continue reading →
Dear “FreedomofInformation” Freedomofinformation@rotherham.gov.uk Thank you for your courteous e-mail. I eagerly await your colleagues’ response with interest and undiluted enthusiasm and simply can’t wait to read what they send me. Yours Sincerely, Donald H. Buxton On Wed, 8/8/12, FreedomofInformation <Freedomofinformation@rotherham.gov.uk> … Continue reading →
Dear Mr Kimber, Please will you inform me whether your organisation intends to press for Planning Approval Notice for all of the signage attached to the “MyPlace – Rotherham ” building, some of which is identified in the attached photo … Continue reading →