Camden FOI Requests

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Whilst idly swimming through the internet one lazy afternoon, by chance HV found a website specialising in the recording of Freedom of Information Act requests.  In particular, a section devoted to Camden FOIs.

Here's an example:

Please provide a breakdown of the ten locations that have produced the most Penalty Charge Notices issued by mobile CCTV enforcement vehicles in your borough in the months November and December 2012, and January 2013.

The breakdown should identify the number of PCNs issued and the location.

 

Nov 2012:

Compayne Gardens 147

Great Russell Street 103

Phoenix Place 41

Willow Road 16

Fitzjohn’s Avenue (Netherall Gardens) 13

Windmill Street 10

Dyott Street 9

Anglers Lane 8

Southampton Road 3

Calthorpe Street 2
 
Dec 2012:

Great Russell Street 118

Compayne Gardens 107

Phoenix Place 37

Fitzjohn’s Avenue (Netherall Gardens) 34

Willow Road 25

Anglers Lane 17

Grove Terrace 6

Calthorpe Street 4

Windmill Street 4

Orde Hall Street 3
Jan 2013:

Compayne Gardens 117

Great Russell Street 68

Phoenix Place 27

Fitzjohn’s Avenue (Netherall Gardens) 17

Dyott Street 9

Anglers Lane 7

Willow Road 4

Calthorpe Street 2

Grove Terrace 2

New End Square 1

 

Mobile CCTV enforcement vehicles are those little Smart cars with the incongruous telescopic camera poking out of the roof.  Just so you know.

 

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