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From: Craig Innes
The model stated as the basis for the Three Waters Policy is the Water Industry Commission of Scotland. According to Professor Iain Stewart, the Scottish model has resulted in the modification of all of Scotland's rivers.
Please provide any communications, consideration and assessments of the documentary by the BBC, presented by Professor Iain Stewart; 'Making Scotlands Landscape' Episode 4 of 5, 'Scotlands Water'.
Naku noa, na,
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From: N Mahuta (MIN)
Tēnā koe Craig,
I acknowledge receipt of your official information request dated 15/02/22.
We received your request on 15/02/22. We will endeavour to respond to your request as soon as possible and in any event no later than 15/03/22, being 20 working days after the day your request was received. If we are unable to respond to your request by then, we will notify you of an extension of that timeframe.
If you have any queries, please feel free to contact our office. If any additional factors come to light which are relevant to your request, please do not hesitate to contact us so that these can be taken into account.
Office of Hon Nanaia Mahuta
From: Fergus Broom
Kia ora Craig,
Thank you for your OIA request regarding the BBC documentary.
I can confirm that no information is held in relation to your request.
Your request is refused under section 18(e) of the Act as the information
You have the right, under section 28(3) of the Act, to seek an
investigation and review of this decision by the Office of the Ombudsman.
The postal address of the Office of the Ombudsman is PO Box 10152,
Wellington. Alternatively, you can phone 0800 802 602 or email
Fergus Broom | Private Secretary – Local Government | Office of Hon Nanaia