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FOI Disclosure Log - February 2017

Requests responded to during February 2017

For a copy of the response given to these questions, please email FOI@NFDC.gov.uk stating the reference number.

ReferenceSubjectResponse dueCompleted dateResponse

Service: 1-Resources

FOI03694IT infrastructure01/02/201701/02/2017Part refused - Section 31 and 43
FOI03730Do you have an occupational therapy lead within the Local Authority? If so, please provide their name, job title and contact information (including email address, postal address and contact phone number) How many occupational therapists were/are employed by your local authority in each of the following years: 1) 2013-14; 2) 2014-15; 3) 2015-16; 4) Budgeted for 2016-17; with figures for each year provided in (i) Working Time Equivalent and (ii) Headcount format?13/02/201707/02/2017Information provided
FOI037331.Do you have an Electronic Fax Management System (A Fax Server)? 2. How many manual fax machines do you have? 3.Who is the Manufacturer of your Multifunction Printers, and who maintains them? 4.Who is the manufacturer of your Telephony system and who maintains it? 5.What is the job title of the person responsible for your Fax policy/strategy?13/02/201708/02/2017Information provided
FOI037461.How many lifts are there within your portfolio.. 2.The annual cost spent on lift maintenance only for the (preferably) the last 10 years. 3.The annual extra to (i.e. extra to what is covered in the lift maintenance contract) contracts works for the (preferably) the last 10 years. 4.The annual cost in major repairs for the (preferably) the last 10 years. 5.The annual cost in full refurbishments for the (preferably) the last 10 years.15/02/201713/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03759Please provide me with an up to date Organisational Structure chart for all IT middle management including all manager NAMES, contact details and job titles.22/02/201708/02/2017Information provided
FOI037701.Can you please provide the Name, Email address and Direct Line for the following members of the Senior Management Team?28/02/201728/02/2017Information provided
FOI03812Current supplier(s) for eLearning content and eLearning platform, i.e. LMS/VLE. 2.The next contract renewal date for eLearning content and platform 3.Current spend on eLearning (broken down by content and LMS/VLE, if appropriate)4.Number of users of eLearning within the council (if known) 5.Employee responsible for eLearning/learning and development contracts21/03/201724/02/2017information supplied

Service: 2-Operations

FOI03724In the following financial years, what was the total amount of revenue generated from parking meters owned by your council? 2012 - 2013, 2013 - 2014, 2014 - 2015, 2015 - 2016 and 2016-2017 (if available).09/02/201708/02/2017Information provided
FOI037341.The number of parking tickets issued in the 2014/15 and 2015/16 2.The amount paid in parking tickets (£) in the 2014/15 and 2015/16 3.The number of parking tickets in the 2014/15 and 2015/16 where drivers appealed. 4.Of that number of appeals, how many were rejected by the council and how many were successful or have yet to conclude. 5.The exact same four questions for the period 1/04/2016 up to and including 30/11/2016.14/02/201714/02/2017Information provided
FOI037361.Are Civil Enforcement Officers, or your equivalent, empowered to fine motorists for 'stationary idling' within your authority? The relevant pieces of legislation that grant councils this power: in England, section 7 of the Road Traffic (Vehicle Emissions) (Fixed Penalty) (England) Regulations 2002; in Scotland, section 7 of the Road Traffic (Vehicle Emissions) (Fixed Penalty) (Scotland) Regulations 2003; and in Wales, section 7 of the Road Traffic (Vehicle Emissions) (Fixed Penalty) (Wales) Regulations 2003. 2If you have answered 'yes' to question 1, please state how many Fixed Penalty Notices, or their equivalents, have been given to motorists for stationary idling in each of the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and in 2016/17 so far. 3.If you have answered 'yes' to question 1, please state how much money has been collected in fines by your authority for stationary idling in each of the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and in 2016/17 so far.14/02/201707/02/2017Information provided
FOI037421) The number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) issued for moving traffic offences on roads for which you are the responsible highway authority (2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016-17 YTD) 2) The number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) upheld for moving traffic offences on roads for which you are the responsible highway authority (2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016-17 YTD) 3) The income received from Penalty Charge Notices specifically from moving traffic offences on roads for which you are the responsible highway authority (2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016-17 YTD)16/02/201714/02/2017Information not held
FOI03744Details of incidents involving residents recorded by the council related to the refuse collections service, recycling collection service and bulk waste collection service?16/02/201713/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03758Is recycling compulsory in your council? Do you issue fines connected with recycling? list all circumstances when people can be fined in connection with recycling. Do you fine people for putting the wrong item in the recycling, or the wrong product in the wrong bin? If applicable how much money have you made from fines connected with recycling?a) Please provide data for the last 2 full 12 months. If applicable how much money have you made specifically from people putting the wrong item in the recycling or the wrong product in the wrong ) Please provide data for the last 2 full 12 months. If applicable, how much money have you made from fining people who do not recycle?Please provide data for the last 2 full 12 months.22/02/201721/02/2017Information provided
FOI03761a)do you know how many individual trees the council own or are responsible for? (b)if so, how many? (please exclude woodland/forest type areas from the answer). (c)If not, please give an approximate number. (d)If possible please split the number between highway, housing, authority land/buildings, and park areas.22/02/201709/02/2017Information provided
FOI03766strategy for public parks and open spaces, including the open spaces as defined by the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 S336. 1) A copy of your parks and green spaces strategy? 2) Has the council met with or otherwise consulted any third parties about the funding, ownership, maintenance &/or staffing of parks and green spaces and, if so27/02/201709/02/2017Information provided
FOI03767budget for public parks and open spaces, including the open spaces as defined by the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 S336.1) Parks budget in each of the last three financial years, in real terms.2) For each of the last three financial years, how many commercial bookings have been made for each park, and the total number of days this equates to. And how many of those have led to a park, in whole or in part, being closed to the public - unless they pay.3) What minimum standards does the council have in terms of park and green space maintenance, security, access, etc., and how many parks and green spaces fall below those standards?27/02/201709/02/2017Information provided
FOI03772Since August 2012 have you had to close any sporting facilities, if so, how many? - How much money did you annually spend on sport in 2012? - How much money do you annually spend on sport now?28/02/2017-Information provided
FOI037751) Do you issue fixed penalty notices to households in connection with recycling? 2) Do you issue fixed penalty notices to businesses in connection with recycling? 3) Please list all circumstances when people can be fined or issued fixed penalty notices in connection with recycling. 4) If applicable how much money have you made from fixed penalty notices in connection with recycling? a) Please provide data for the last 2 full years. 5) Do you issue fixed penalty noticed to households for putting waste in the wrong container? 6) If applicable how much money have you made specifically from fixed penalty notices in connection with households putting the wrong item in the recycling or the wrong product in the wrong bin? a) Please provide data for the last 2 full 2 years 7) Do you issue fixed penalty notices to households who do not recycle? 8) If applicable, how much money have you made from issuing fixed penalty notices to households who do not recycle? a) Please provide data for the last 2 full 2 years01/03/201727/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03782Please disclose whether the council places any restrictions on who is able to take children to play clubs. For example: Are nannies and child minders allowed to take children to clubs - or do they have to be with a parent? Please disclose the council's policy/advice on this and which club/s it applies to.07/03/201708/02/2017Information provided/not held in part

Service: 3-Economy, Housing and Planning

FOI03280•over the last 5 years how many decisions has the council has made to about providing permanent accommodation to people who claim they are the victims of domestic abuse (please give a figure for each year) •out of these decisions, how many people were not offered permanent accommodation and told to leave temporary accommodation (please give a figure for each year)--No response to clarification request - close
FOI03371total sum of costs awarded by your authority, pursuant to successful applications for costs made by appellants during appeal proceedings, in cases involving planning applications or compulsory purchase orders in the years 2010/2011, 2011/2012, 2012/2013, 2013/2014, 2014/2015, 2015/2016.--No response to clarification request - Close
FOI03493Information for each year of 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 thus far. -how many adults have sought housing/ accommodation in your remit after allegedly experiencing domestic abuse/ violence? -how children have sought housing/ accommodation in your remit after a member of their household allegedly experienced--No response to clarification request - closed
FOI03642Business Rates information.05/01/201724/02/2017Part refused Section 40
FOI03670Information for commercial premises which are currently vacant and where the rateable value of the property exceeds £5,000.16/01/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03673A full and up to date list of businesses and companies in your area that have become liable for business rates between the 1st to the 14th December please. Please include the business name, rv, address and date they became liable.16/01/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03684Details of any business rates credits that have not been claimed and have been written off.24/01/201724/02/2017Part refused - section 40
FOI03687A complete list of all commercial properties within your council including the billing authority reference number for each property, the rateable value of each property and the company name where possible.27/01/201724/02/2017Part refused - section 40
FOI03690A list of all properties that have any credit balance on their business rates account31/01/201724/02/2017Part refused section 31 & 40
FOI03696A list of all planning applications submitted on or after 1st October 2013 where no decision was made within 26 weeks (unless a longer period has been agreed in writing between the applicant and the local planning authority) and NO refund of fees has been made to date.01/02/201703/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03697A full and up to date list of companies/businesses and charities that have become newly liable for paying business rates within your council area between the 15th December 2016 to the 31st December 2016.01/02/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03701Business rates accounts02/02/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03706Business rates credits.06/02/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03721Wildcat DWA licences.08/02/201703/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03726all Guest & Boarding Houses, Caravan Parks , Day Nurseries, Farm Shops, Fish Farms, Funeral Parlours/ Chapels of rest, Garden Centres, Golf Courses, Boarding Houses, Hotels, Kennels and Catteries, Model Villages, Nursing Homes, Riding Schools & Livery Stables, Roller Skating Rinks, Scrap Metal/ Breakers Yard, Snooker Halls/ Clubs, Theme Parks, Veterinary Clinics/ Animal Clinics, Vineyards/Wineries, Wine bars, Cafes, Hairdressing/ Beauty Salons, Miniature Railways, Pet grooming Parlours, Pitch and Putt/ Putting Greens, Post offices, Takeaway food outlet with Rateable values between £100 and £1200010/02/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03731Please can you send a full list of companies and charities in excel form, that have recently become responsible for business rates in your area between to 1st to 15th Jan 2017? Please include the full business name and liable party, along with the address, RV and date they became responsible please and also the property type.13/02/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03735Business rates credit balance data14/02/201708/02/2017Information provided
FOI03741NFDC has recently launched a 'call for brownfield sites' as part of its Local Plan Review Strategic Land Availability Assessment. The closing date for site submissions was Friday 2 December 2016. http://www.ringwood.gov.uk/call-brownfield-sites-new-developent/ Could you please give me the details of all the sites that were offered in this search.16/02/201713/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03752All documents regarding Fawley Power Station, Proposed Demolition proposal.23/02/201721/02/2017Information provided
FOI03754Regarding the Local Welfare Fund or the Discretionary Social Fund. 1.What was the Local Authorities' annual spend on domestic furniture for the last financial year?2.What was the Local Authorities' annual spend on White goods for the last financial year?3.What is the predicted Local Authority spending for this financial year?4.What is the predicted Local Authority spending for the next financial year?20/02/201707/02/2017Information provided
FOI03756How many war veterans have been supplied with permanent accommodation via the council's housing waiting list since the start of 2015? How many refugees and asylum seekers have been given accommodation within your council's boundary since the start of 2015 under Section 95 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999?22/02/201707/02/2017Information not held/provided
FOI03760The type of road closure that this event applied for last year. The road closure was for Byron Road, Barton on Sea, Hampshire, on the 27th November 2016. Please could you confirm the type of closure, could you also please provide me with a copy of the application and any supporting details.21/02/201702/02/2017Information supplied
FOI037621. How many people has your LA pledged to resettle under the SVPRS by the end of the scheme (end of 2020?)2. How many people have been resettled in your LA under the SVPRS as of Friday 9 December 2016?3. Can you provide any information about the way housing is found for refugees resettled under the SVPRS, specifically: - are any of the houses organised through private companies such as G4S or Serco? If so how many properties?22/02/201721/02/2017Information provided
FOI03765The Place Alliance is conducting a short survey of urban design skills / resources within local planning authorities nationally, and how they have changed over the last five years.24/02/201702/02/2017Information provided
FOI03769business rates accounts in your area : (Please note : we are not requesting data of any companies that are a sole trader or an individual and only require information relating to Limited companies)(a) Addresses of all commercial properties that currently have a credit on their account above £1,000.(b) The names and addresses of the ratepayer of the property referred to in (a) if they are NOT a sole trader or individual.(c) The amount by which the account is in credit(d) The rating year that the credit arose(e) The date the information was generated from your system.28/02/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03773list of all properties that have any credit balance on their business rates account 2. The account number 3. The account holder 4. The property address including postcode 5. Billing authority reference number 6. The current balance 7. Account start date 8. Account end date01/03/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 31 & 40
FOI03774Details of all contractors working for the council on both public sector and private sector homes for bathroom adaptations.01/03/201706/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03777Efford Lodge, Milford Road, Lymington Planning matter07/02/201703/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03778I would like a full list of businesses that have become liable for business rates in your area between the 15th Jan 2017 to the 31st Jan 2017.Please include the business name and address, also the date they became responsible with the business type and RV.02/03/201724/02/2017Part refused - Section 40
FOI03781community infrastructure levy (CiL) which allows local authorities to deliver infrastructure to support the development of the area. The guidance states that CiL can be spent on health and social care. •Which planning authorities sit within your boundary? In terms of the planning authorities within your boundary:•How much CiL has been collected in each of the years 2015 and 2016?•Of the CiL collected, how much has been spent and how was it spent? •In each of 2015 and 2016 how much of the CiL was spent on Health related projects and what were the projects? •In each of 2015 and 2016 how much of the CiL was spent on Social Care related projects and what were the projects?• In determining your CiL charging schedules for 2017, 2018 and 2019 how much are your targeting to raise for Health purposes and what nature of project are you supporting? What percentage of total CIL targeted does this equate to?•In determining your CiL charging schedules for 2017, 2018 and 2019 how much are your targeting to raise for social care purposes and what nature of project are you supporting? What percentage of total CIL targeted does this equate to?06/03/201710/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03783We are seeking to understand the impact of the household benefit cap on local authorities in England. We would be incredibly grateful for your help.1. Please provide the most recent data available for your local authority: All households • The number of households who have their benefits reduced by the Household Benefit Cap introduced by the Welfare Reform and Work Act 2016 in your area. (Please include both households who were already subject to the previous benefit cap of £26,000/£18,200, and those newly affected by the lowered cap). • The average reduction in these households' benefit award, and the number of these households who have a reduction of £100 or more a week. Homeless households in temporary accommodation • The number of homeless households accommodated by your authority in temporary accommodation who have their benefits reduced by the Household Benefit Cap. • The average reduction in these households' benefit award. 2. If you have carried out an assessment of the impact of lowering the cap in your local authority, please provide this document.07/03/201715/02/2017Information provided
FOI03805How many households, affected by the benefit cap, are now receiving 50p a week in housing benefit?How many households (from question 1) would have their benefits reduced further if the cap could be applied to other types of benefits, as well as housing benefit?How many of the households (from question 1) were affected by the £26,000 cap?20/03/201727/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03825Business rates information22/03/2017-Duplicate request - Cancel

Service: 4-Governance and Regulation

FOI03698a) do you have own complaint management protocols for bird scarers; b) the number of complaints, in relation to bird scarers, received over the last 2 years broken down for each year, for 2015 and 2016; c) whether the landowner/farmer had followed the NFU Code of Practice; d) the details of any environmental noise levels taken, including distance from the noise source and was this a good reflection of the noise, i.e. no other influential noise sources or taken during unacceptable weather conditions for taking noise measurements; e) whether the investigating officer considered the noise to be a Statutory Nuisance for Noise under section 79(g) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.02/02/201702/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03712A breakdown of all council procurement card/credit card spending for the 2016 calendar year.07/02/201707/02/2017Information provided
FOI03718A List of operating addresses for all private hire operators10/02/201703/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03725A list of work-related deaths reported to you as part of your responsibilities under The Health and Safety (Enforcing Authority) Regulations 1998 since 2008.09/02/201714/02/2017Information provided
FOI03732Following information regarding sailing clubs owned by the Council: The total current agreed annual rent paid by each of these clubs. The square area of the land on which the rent is applied. The last rent review date applicable to each of the above clubs. The last year in which a rent increase was applied.13/02/201708/02/2017Information provided
FOI03745Please could you provide me with all information the Council holds (including emails and other correspondence) on the area of land on the corner of Gilpin Hill and Hawthorn Drive in Sway. For example, emails, correspondence and documents addressing its status and ownership, as well as any records of maintenance or involvement by NFDC.15/02/201703/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03747How many Private Hire Drivers are currently licensed by New Forest District Council?How many Hackney Carriage Drivers are licensed by New Forest District Council?How many Private Hire Vehicles does New Forest District Council currently licence?How many Hackney Carriage Vehicles does New Forest District Council currently licence?How many Wheelchair accessible private hire vehicle doe s New Forest District Council currently licence?16/02/201713/02/2017Information disclosed.
FOI03748The list of contaminated lands in Your council up to date, with type of contamination. The list of development projects in those areas. The list of lands in Your council that were decontaminated over the last 10 years. The cost of decontamination for Your council over the last 10 years.17/02/201708/02/2017Information provided
FOI03751how many public health funerals have been carried out each year for the last three years? From 2014-2015. From 2015-2016. From 2016-2017? 2. Please can you tell me how much these funerals have cost for the last three years? From 2014-2015. From 2015-2016. From 2016-2017? 3. Please can you tell me if you record the reason why a public health funeral was required? If there were family and friends who were unwilling or unable to pay or if the deceased person had no family or friends that you were able to contact? If you do not collect this information please let me know.24/02/201713/02/2017Information provided
FOI03753A copy of the councils formal maternity, paternity, parental and/or adoption leave policy for all councillors. If the council does not have a formal maternity, paternity, parental and/or adoption leave policy for all councillors, does the council have any other means by which it would make provision for a councillor who had recently given birth or become a carer for a child? Does the council have a formal maternity, paternity, parental and/or adoption leave policy for councillors who are entitled to a Special Responsibility Allowance? If so, please provide a copy of that policy. If the council does not have a formal maternity, paternity, parental and/or adoption leave policy for councillors who are entitled to a Special Responsibility Allowance, does the council have any other means by which it would make provision for a such a councillor who had recently given birth or become a carer for a child?23/02/201722/02/2017Information provided
FOI03757Regarding : Sandy Balls Holiday Village, Godshill, Fordingbridge. Is or has been in breach of any site licence conditions If so, have formal actions been taken against the park for the breach The outcome of any such action Confirmed number of pitches on their site licence Permission of use (i.e March-Oct)17/02/201714/02/2017Information provided
FOI03776I am a chartered surveyor who covers the New Forest area as part of my work. Are there any lists available of Non Traditional Local Authority or Ex Local Authority Non Traditional properties built in the New Forest District? I am aware there are a variety of non traditional properties in this area.01/03/201707/02/2017information provided
FOI03780The average time taken for the council to pay invoices submitted to it by suppliers. I would like this data for the year ending March 31 2016.06/03/201707/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03784From January 2017 to any pending please provide details of any deceased persons you have dealt with who have no known next of kin (or you cannot find next of kin).2. Date of Death and Date of Birth.3. Last known address. 4. The date passed onto TSOL or The Duchy Solicitor (plus any pending).5. The approximate value of estate.08/03/201720/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03786How many visits have your Local Authority Officers made to licensed Scrap Metal Dealers in order to enforce the provisions of the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013? Please break down by periods Dec 2013 - Nov 2014 Dec 2014 - Nov 2015 Dec 2015 - Nov 2016 2. How many Scrap Metal Dealers were licensed with yourselves as at 31st January 2014? Please break down by 'Collectors' and 'Site'. 3. How many of the above (question 2) have renewed their licence as of 31st January 2017? 4. Please advise your charges as at December 2013 for a) Site Licences and b) Collectors Licences, please also advise whether your fees have changed as at 31st January 2017. 5. How many closure orders have been issued or enforcement actions undertaken by yourselves between December 2013 and November 2016? 6. When authorising or renewing a Scrap Metal Dealers Licence please advise whether your Authority confirms that the Scrap Metal Dealer holds the following? A) Environmental Permit B) Waste Carriers License C) Planning Permission D) Wamitab08/03/201716/02/2017Information provided
FOI03787In respect of each of the requests below, please note we require information only in respect of food safety and hygiene offences prosecuted by the Council. 1. What has been the highest fine imposed under the Guideline? 2. What has been the highest fine imposed for a fatal food incident under the Guideline? 3. What has been the highest fine imposed under the Guideline for a non-fatal food incident? 4. How many fines over £1 million have been imposed? 5. What have been the top 10 highest fines imposed under the Guideline? 6. What is the total sum which has been imposed in fines?08/03/201713/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03788In respect of each of the requests below, please note we require information only in respect of health and safety offences prosecuted by the Council. 1. What has been the highest fine imposed under the Guideline? 2.What has been the highest fine imposed for a fatal health and safety incident under the Guideline? 3. What has been the highest fine imposed under the Guideline for a non-fatal health and safety incident? 4. How many fines over £1 million have been imposed? 5. What have been the top 10 highest fines imposed under the Guideline? 6. What is the total sum which has been imposed in fines?08/03/201713/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03790EIR requests received by the council in January 2016 - December 2016.09/03/201728/02/2017Information provided
FOI03791EIR requests received by the Council in January 2005 - December 2005.09/03/201728/02/2017Held in part - provided
FOI03796Please provide figures of all nuisance noise complaints investigated by the council, or the current council's predecessors, from January 1st 2014 until the most recent available figures.Please provide a breakdown of: 1 - the month and year when complaints were investigated 2 - the town, village or area where the complaints were investigated 3 - fines, penalties or prosecutions following complaints 4 - cause of noise, be it machinery, animals, music etc.13/03/201723/02/2017Information provided
FOI03797food safety and hygiene inspection of the premises known as the Haven Bar and restaurant at Lymington Yacht Haven. Full copy of the report and the revised rating15/03/201722/02/2017Information provided
FOI03800Since April 6th 2016, overall how many notices have you served to owners for not having their dog microchipped?2. Since April 6th 2016, how many fines have been issued after 21 days of serving notice to an owner due to not having their dog microchipped?3. Since April 6th 2016, how much has the total number of the fines issued to owners for not having their dog microchipped amounted to?4. Since April 6th 2016, overall how many notices have you served to owners for not having the correct details attached to their dog's microchip?5. Since April 6th 2016, how many fines have been issued after 21 days of serving notice due to an owner not having the correct details attached to their dog's microchip?6. Since April 6th 2016, how much has the total number of the fines issued due to owners not having the correct details attached to their dog's microchip amounted to 7. How many fines in total have you issued to owners for not having a collar and tag on their dog under the Control of Dogs Order 1992 in each of the last five years? 8. How much has the total number of the fines issued due to owners not having a collar and tag on their dog under the Control of Dogs16/03/201721/02/2017Information provided
FOI03804In the calendar years 2016 and 2015, did you have any Public Space Protection Orders in place? If yes, please answer the following questions: For the calendar years 2016 and 2015, how many Fixed Penalty Notices for breaking a PSPO did you issue? Please can this information be broken down into months.17/03/201720/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03806I believe that Uber South Coast have appointed NFDC as the predominant council to licence drivers and private hire vehicles to join Uber? If so, could you tell me how many Uber vehicles have been licensed by your department since you became the preferred choice of council? Was this decision past at a licensing council meeting?20/03/201727/02/2017Information supplied
FOI03808Report on the Royal Lymington Yacht Club - conducted in Dec 201620/03/201722/02/2017Information provided
FOI03809The average amount paid in business rates for the average business. The average increase in business rates from 2007 to the latest available data. The average relief given to businesses. Business rates (or non-domestic rates) income by sector.20/03/201728/02/2017Information provided
FOI03814Copy of the report for Royal Lymington Yacht Club. inspection on 1st December 2016.21/03/201722/02/2017Information provided
FOI03818Could your Business Rates department advise if any of the following companies have been liable for Business Rates in your authority in the past 6 years: Company Yes/No Marshgate Homes LLP Marshgate Companies Limited Vision Stansted Limited GHG Projects Limited Jet Investments Limited Mayton Limited Warmay Limited Warbury Limited Bury May Limited Provincial House Estates (Lowtown) Limited Provincial House Eastbourne Limited Swixil (UK) Ltd Worland (Developments) LLP Provincial House Estates Limited Marshgate Developments (Sittingbourne) LLP Marshgate Projects Limited Marshgate Management Services Limited Marshgate Developments Limited Worland Properties Limited22/03/201728/02/2017Information provided

Service: Not NFDC

FOI03768Please can you send me the name and the email address for: Children Social Services Lead and Head of Child Protection27/02/201703/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03771Medical Conditions Policy28/02/201703/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03779Past, present and future school holiday dates from 2005/06 to 2017/18.03/03/201703/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03794Any estimates, provided either to the Home Office or your Regional Strategic Migration Partnership in the last 12 months, of the number of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children or unaccompanied refugee children that can be supported by the council.13/03/201717/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03799Please can you tell us the amount spent by your council on support for adults (aged 18-64yrs) with learning disabilities for each of the last 5 financial years - 2016/2017; 2016/2015; 2015/2014; 2014/2013; 2013/2012- Please can you tell us the number of adults (aged 18-64yrs) with a learning disability receiving long term support from your council for each of the last 5 financial years - 2016/2017; 2016/2015; 2015/2014; 2014/2013; 2013/2012 Please can you tell us the number of adults (aged 18-64yrs) with a learning disability receiving short term support from your council for each of the last 5 financial years - 2016/2017; 2016/2015; 2015/2014; 2014/2013; 2013/2012- Please can you tell us the amount spent by your council on individual care packages for adults (aged 18-64yrs) with a learning disability for of the last 5 financial years - 2016/2017; 2016/2015; 2015/2014; 2014/2013; 2013/2012- By 2020 do you expect to be securing support for fewer adults, the same number of adults or more adults with a learning disability? Please provide projected figures, if available.15/03/201716/02/2017Information not held
FOI038021.In the last three financial years, how many people died while waiting for a care package to be arranged by your local authority? 2.Please state a) the age and b) how long each individual had been waiting for a care package to be arranged at the time of death? 3.If there were delays in arranging the care package, please provide the reasons for the delays. Can I have the data broken down by year please.17/03/201717/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03803Number of children recorded as home educated in New Forest District Council for 2016, 2011, 2006 - broken down by school year (or just a primary/secondary split, if school year is not available).16/03/201717/02/2017Information not held.
FOI03816Women's Aid Federation of England requests information regarding your commissioned services for survivors of domestic violence and abuse.22/03/201723/02/2017Information not held
FOI038191.How many libraries have been closed in the years 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016? 2.In percentage terms how much has arts funding in your council area been cut (or rose) in the years 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016? 3.What is the net Increase/decrease of the number of youth centres open in your council area in the years 2013 (with a starting figure), 2014, 2015, 2016? 4.What is the net Increase/decrease of the number of children's centres (including sure start centres) open in your council area in the years 2013 (with a starting figure), 2014, 2015, 2016?22/03/201723/02/2017Information not held
FOI038281. How many potholes were reported to the council during in 2016? 2. How many potholes were reported to the council during in 2015? 3. How many potholes were reported to the council during in 2014? 4. How many potholes were repaired by the council (or council contractors) in 2016?5. How many potholes were repaired by the council (or council contractors) in 2015?24/03/201727/02/2017Information not held.

Service: Property Services

FOI03074Do you have a centralised project management function, team or office? If you have a centralised project management function, team or office, how many projects has it managed in the previous three years? provide a breakdown (per department) of projects completed in the previous three years? Have you hired external / private sector project consultants in the previous three years?--No response to clarification request - Close

Service: Public Health & Community Safety

FOI03174How mainstreamed telecare/telehealth is in the area? What savings have you incurred through telecare/telehealth? How much is spent on telecare/telehealth?--No response to clarification - close
Updated: 4 Oct 2017
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