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CLG forced to un-redact more details

Submitted by: MikeC (Admin) on 19-Apr-11 01:21:15 PM

It’s been a year since Julian Todd asked, under the Freedom of Information Act, to see the secret contracts to run the EPC register between Landmark and CLG. He appealed against the heavily redacted documents, finally getting somewhere last month.

I don’t know what’s been un-redacted but what struck me (from skim-reading them) is how much control the CLG has. The granularity of detail is quite something, as it should be I suppose but it begs the question: why not just take it in-house?

Domestic EPC contract

Non-domestic EPC contract

Julian has lodged another appeal.

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Reply #1 on : Sun August 05, 2012, 15:33:52
Quiet true, why not take it in house? I do think that Government departments unfortunately can be guilty of under performing.

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