Request for information - Ref No: FOI18843
Following on from your original request for information from Ordnance Survey under FOI18836, thank you for your email of 27 July 2018 and your subsequent email of 31 July 2018 clarifying your request, which has been treated as a new request for information from Ordnance Survey under FOI18843.
Your request has been dealt with in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, and I acknowledge your request to be as follows:
Your email of 27 July 2018
There appear to be two aspects to this problem:
1. The cause
2. Potential solutions
I have asked for:
1. Why was the 1907 map showing XXXX changed?
I still wish this to be dealt with under the Freedom of Information (FOI) provisions.
You have passed the matter to your
2. Customer Services section. I am sure they will do their best to find acceptable solutions. Thank you for taking this action.
Your clarification email of 1 August 2018
The 1907 map shows three sides of the boundaries of XXXX. The 1971 map shows those three sides to be different. I do not think the 1907 map was changed before 1967. In the circumstances I would ask you to look at any records which exist for the period 1967 to 1971 and if there is any record showing why a change was made, please may I be given details?
The maps concerning TPOs were to illustrate difficulties I am experiencing with OS mapping. This is a quite separate issue.
I am only concerned with the general OS maps 1907 and 1971 for the purposes of my question, both maps are 1: 2500 scale.
I confirm that Ordnance Survey does not hold the information you have requested.
We do not retain a record or catalogue of amendments made to our mapping in a separate register, therefore we do not hold any record in relation to changes made to the mapping of the boundaries of XXXX for the period between 1967 – 1971. The map itself is the only record; you may wish to view information on our historial mapping web page.
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