Fair do’s

West Pennines-1Received from Natural England just now in response to my earlier request.

 

Dear Dr Avery

Access to information request – Acknowledgement – Request No 3002

Thank you for your request for information for extracts from Paper ref: NELG/S/07/4, which we received today. We are dealing with your request under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

The paper you have requested was released last week with a number of other documents. Any information redacted was as a result of it being considered by Natural England to be out of scope of that request. Therefore, it has not previously been assessed for release. As such, it is unlikely that we will be able to comply with your request that the information be released within 5 working days.

Therefore, your request is being considered and we will send out our response within the legal deadline of 20 working days which is 21 July 2015. If, for any reason, we are unable to meet the deadline we will keep you fully informed of the reasons for this.

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1 Reply to “Fair do’s”

  1. Fair do's?

    But they still want overtime ....

    But 'fair do's' - they don't and therein lies a serious problem. Rather sadly they have become a significant part of the problem, I suppose *B comes before **C in the politicians glossary? Perhaps we should apply ***A to both?

    *Bureaucracy beats **conservation and much of both are reputedly funded through the public purse.

    If we ***Abolish both then .... (recall someone promising to do away with red-tape and B) nature might stand a chance?

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