Freedom of information response

ANPR Cameras

Publication date: 
Friday 14 February 2020
Request: 

I’m seeking to identify the number of retrospective planning applications that were made for ANPR cameras in car parks.

The questions I have are as follows:

1. How many retrospective planning applications for the following ANPR instalments in car parks did you receive in the noted timeframes:

2017

2018

2019

Number of applications for ANPR Cameras

Number of applications for pole mounted signs and wall mounted signs for ANPR cameras

2. How many retrospective planning applications for ANPR cameras in car parks were approved and declined in the following timeframes:

2017

2018

2019

Total number approved for ANPR cameras

Total number declined for ANPR cameras

Total number approved for mounted poll and wall signs for ANPR

Total number declined for mounted poll and wall signs for ANPR

3. How many planning enforcement notices for ANPR cameras in car parks were issued in the following timeframes:

2017

2018

2019

Enforcement notices

Stop notices

Breach of condition notices

Planning enforcement orders

4. How many planning enforcement notices for mounted poll and wall signs for ANPR in car parks were issued in the following timeframes:

2017

2018

2019

Enforcement notices

Stop notices

Breach of condition notices

Planning enforcement orders

Response: 

1. This information may already be publically available, please see the following web link from which you can search for planning records: https://www.thurrock.gov.uk/search-planning-records/planning-records-online.

2. Please see Question 1 above.

3. All the ‘Notices’ would be public documents and can be requested by contacting the Support Services team at the following address: copydocuments@thurrock.gov.uk  In relation to ‘Orders’ these would would also be a public documents, however, we have never served any, so none exist.

4. Please see Question 3 above.

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Request reference:
FOI 9733