“I request all details of Devon Highways enquiry ENQ181076522
In particular, but not restricted to:
- How the request came in;
- Exact transcript of the call from caller and operator;
- Length of call;
- Whether the caller was male/female;
- If the caller left a name or number;
- If the caller did not withhold their number and you hold that record to release that information;
- As all calls are recorded to release that call recording.”
How the request came in – Telephone call received at the Customer Service Centre.
Date / Time – The call was received on Tuesday 16th January 2018 at 8.57 am
Exact transcript of the call from caller and operator – please see below ‘Transcript of Call’.
Length of Call – The length of the call pertaining to this Enquiry was 4 minutes 23 seconds.
Whether the caller was male/female – This information is not disclosable under Section 40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 – ‘Personal Information’ this is because releasing this information could lead to the identity of the caller which would breach the 1st principle of the Data Protection Act 1998.
If the caller left a name or number – Not held – no name or number left
If the caller did not withhold their number and you hold that record to release that information – Information not held.
As all calls are recorded to release that call recording – This information is not disclosable under Section 40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 – ‘Personal Information’ this is because releasing this information could lead to the identity of the caller which would breach the 1st principle of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Transcript of Call:
Caller – Now the next problem, don’t know how you are going to tackle this one. Out at Morchard Road, where the Winkleigh Road goes off of the A377,
Adviser – Ok, bear with me a minute, umm, ok there we go, so I’ve got Winkleigh, so that comes off the A377, is that the one that comes off at Eggesford?
Caller – No, Morchard Road.
Adviser – Ahh yes, Morchard Road
Caller – Right on the corner, the person who owns the bit of land on the corner has actually put a fence on the verge.
Caller – and has come about 2 metres from their original hedge. Now…nothing wrong with that, excepting there’s a ditch, now they’ve taken in the ditch that ran along the road, which used to take all the water.
Adviser – Oh is it now behind the fence?
Caller – It’s now behind the fence and that ditch used to take a lot of water and if they fill it up with soil where’s the water going to go?
Adviser – Ok
Caller– Somebody needs to just look at it…cos’..it’s very important to get the water off the road as you know.
Adviser – Ok- so that’s the junction of the A377and B3220
Caller – I think it is, yes
Adviser – If you’re turning off the A377, is it on the right or the left they’ve done this?
Caller -As you’re turning off it’s on the left-hand side if coming from Crediton area
Adviser – yep ok
Caller – and they’ve pulled up a load of trees there, Willow trees, that used to suck up a lot of water as well. But this extension of their land out into the verge has taken in the ditch that takes a lot of the water.
Adviser – Yes sure, it’s definitely something we will need to look into
Adviser – Ok, I’m afraid to ask, were there any other issues? (humour)
Caller – Oh hundreds of them, but that will do (humour)
Adviser –Ok, If you’d like to leave a name and email address, you’ll get the reference number to these
Caller – No, it doesn’t matter
Adviser – No?
Caller – No, it’ll be alright. If you do the job, you do it. Well, if you don’t, well, we’ll just have to drive round it
Adviser – Ok, well I’ll get these three reported through for you.
Caller – Thank you.
Advisor – Thank you very much, Good bye.