Related to the other various articles on the ward’s cattle troughs, the following has been asked of Wandsworth Borough Council via a Freedom of Information request;
“There is a Grade II listed monument at the intersection of Roehampton Lane and Medfield Street in SW15 which contains both fountains and cattle troughs.
Can Wandsworth Borough Council (WBC) please confirm the following;
- What, if any, responsibility has WBC with regards to this monument?
- Is it only WBC whom has any responsibility for the monument?
- If other individuals or organisations of any sort have any interest or responsibility in the monument then please list whom they are and what their interests and responsibilities are?
- Within the past three years has any individual or group, such as the Drinking Fountain Association or Wandsworth Council, been in touch with WBC regarding this monument?
- If the answer to question 4 is yes, then can it be detailed when this contact took place and what was purpose of the contact?
- Please detail what the maintenance of the monument should be?”
The Council has responded to the above question, and the Drinking Fountain Association has been in touch with them about the monument. Have a read of the questions at the whatdotheyknow website by clicking on this sentence.
The Freedom of Information request number for this query is 2017/14364.
- Questions to TfL about the Medfield Street fountain and troughs
- London Wall cattle trough
- Council answers more questions about the missing trough
- Richmond Park’s Roehampton Gate cattle trough
- University’s portacabin planning application heats up – contains a mention about the Norstead Place cattle trough
- Missing cattle trough has gotten interesting
- The case of the missing cattle trough (part 5) – the gravel has been tidied up
- The case of the missing cattle trough (part 4) – follow up Freedom of Information questions have been sent to the Council
- The case of the missing cattle trough (part 3) – Council responds to Freedom of Information questions
- The case of the missing cattle trough (part 2) – Freedom of Information questions to the Council
- The case of the missing cattle trough (part 1) – The Norstead Place cattle trough was to be locally listed though was removed without notice to residents.
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