UPDATE – #FoI request ~ Findings From 3 Month Monitoring of Wirral Council

My latest Freedom of Information request.  This one is made to the Information Commissioner’s office:


From: Paul Cardin

10 April 2013

Dear Information Commissioner’s Office,

Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council was the only UK local authority
to be monitored by The Information Commissioner over a 3 month
period between January and March 2013.

I have left what I believe is reasonable enough time for you to
collate and gather the findings you will have reached as a result
of this monitoring process.

Please forward copies of all findings, reports, memos, documents,
aide memoirs, notes, etc. related to the monitoring of Wirral
Council, including any correspondence entered into between
yourselves and Wirral Council.

Please also forward any links to further information relating to
copies of all the above if they are produced and displayed
electronically as an available resource in the public domain.

If the information is not available yet, please advise me what my
next course of action is e.g. will I have to wait a week, a month,
before the information DOES become available, and then place a
fresh request?

Yours faithfully,

Paul Cardin

Link to this

UPDATE   2nd May 2013

The ICO are advising on their website that the results of Wirral Council’s monitoring period will be published in the coming weeks:


UPDATE   7th May 2013

The Information Commissioner has now responded to my request with this.

I’ll accept this explanation for now and anticipate receiving much more when the eventual report is published.

UPDATE   21st December 2013

I’ve recently updated the FoI request and asked the ICO for the information again

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