Dated 4th Octre: Request for documents under S 18 FOI Act (as amended)I wish to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 2nd October 2005 regarding the above. I have forwarded a copy of your letter to XXX FOI officer, who will respond directly to you. YoursPJ FitzpatrickCEO****Now I await the response, within the alloted time.
Four Courts Doors
Letters arrived into some legal offices today relating to the restriction of access to the Four Courts. They say15th September 2005Dear Applicant, I refer to your application for a security access card for use under new security arrangements at the Four Courts Complex. Your application has been successful and your card is enclosed herewith.
I just spoke to the person in the Property Maintenance Division regarding when a decision might issue in relation to the objection to the proposed alteration of the Four Courts portico. He said that he would be on holidays for a week next week and that he had passed copies of the documents to all the relevant parties. He expected a decision to issue shortly after his return.
A message went out this week to members of the Law Library (barristers to the likes of you and I) for them to collect their security cards, as the Courts Service was intending to implement their grand plan of access restriction for the Four Courts buildings. Then the next day another message was passed on from the Courts Service not to come and get the cards after all.
I received a registered letter yesterday from the OPW dated 24 June 2005 as follows. Ref: A473/66/6Re: Four Courts:- Objection to Part 9 Planning ConsultationDear Mr McGarrI acknowledge receipt of your letter with regard to the above and I herewith return your payment of twenty euro as there is no obligatory charge in such instances.