You can also view Freedom of Information requests made to us and our predecessor the Boundary Committee for England, and responses to these requests, by searching the database below.
FOI 08/11 - Request for data relating to constituency boundaries for the United Kingdom. In particular the number of registered voters in any given constituency at each general election, as far back as the data exists.
FOI 06/11 - Request for information relating to school software and online reporting technology under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
FOI 05/11 - Request for information relating to the York City electoral review which was conducted in 2000 by our predecessor the Local Government Commission for England (LGCE)
FOI 04/11 - Request for information relating to school software and online reporting technology under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
FOI 02/11-03/11- Request for information in regards to: 1. Management Information Systems in schools which have been procured by the Council. 2. Virtual Learning Environments in schools which have been procured by the Council.
FOI 01-11 - Request for: 1. The following information to the extent that it relates to the commission's current review of Broxbourne Borough Council and was created in the past six months: (a) the report to the commission's meeting of 9 November 2010 (b) the relevant minutes (or draft minutes) of the above meeting (c) details of any other commission meetings which discussed the current review (d) all unpublished written and email communications between the council and the commission (e) notes of any telephone conversations between the council and the commission covering issues of policy, determination or implementation. 2. Please also provide a copy of all communications from May 2010 onwards between the government and the commission relating to council size (whether relating to specific reviews or more generally).
Request for disclosure of any documents relating to the proposal for 53 councillors for Gloucestershire County Council including minutes, agendas and emails alongside other documents.
Request for the disclosure of any documents relating to the proposal of 36 councillors for Daventry District Council
Request to provide the following information relating to CON29 search volumes.1. Number of official CON29 searches conducted in July 2010, July 2009 & July 2006 (split by electronically ordered/serviced vs. manually processed) 2. Number of personal searches of the registers conducted in July 2010, July 2009 & July 2006.
Any information held by the Commission (whether in internal reports, business planning documents or other relevant materials) in relation to any plans it has to conduct a local government boundary review within any local authority in London.
Request for information on advice given to John Denham MP regarding the decisions on the unitary local government in Devon, Norfolk and Suffolk
Request for a copy of all correspondence minutes/notes of meetings between the Boundary Committee (BC)and Communities and Local Government (CLG) with regard to the review in general and in particular with regard to Norfolk.
Request in relation to the Boundary Committee's structural review of Norfolk for a copy of the agendas, minutes and papers related to meetings held by the Boundary Committee since 1st September 2009 to date.
I would be most obliged if you would provide me with a copy of the following documents: 1)The up-to-date Boundary Committee Risk Register with regard to the local government review process in general, and Norfolk in particular\;2) A copy of the planned timetable for the remainder of the process, including the parliamentary timetable\;3)All Correspondence between the Boundary Committee and Communities and Local Government with regard to the review in general and in particular with regard to Norfolk.4)All minutes/notes of meetings between the Boundary Committee and Communities and Local Government with regard to the process in general, and Norfolk in particular.
FOI request for copies of all correspondence,e-mails etc between the Commission and any other party in connection with alleged voting fraud in the recent Glasgow NE by-election as well as any correspondence between the Commission and government departments/agencies recommending the implementation of a voter ID system as used in N.Ireland ,that have been sent since the Government last rejected adoption of such a system