From: Clean Highways [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 22 August 2011 12:27
Subject: Alan Cook’s independant review of the Highways Agency
Alan Cook’s e-mail address
I picked up your message that Alan Cook’s could be contacted by post at the Highways Agency. Thank you for that.
However, I had said in my e-mail to the Secretary of State that I would prefer Mr Cook’s e-mail address. Can you let me have it please? If Mr Cook is concerned about it being made public I would be happy to undertake not to publish it or pass it on to anyone else.
Acknowledgement of my e-mail to Philip Hammond of 28th July 2011
This was the original reason for phoning you. When we spoke on Friday you could not find it. Hopefully you have now tracked it down. Could you please arrange for me to be sent an acknowledgement of its receipt. To avoid doubt I am looking for an acknowledgement of receipt of the original e-mail, not the copy I forwarded to you on Friday.
Reply to my e-mail to Philip Hammond of 28th July 2011
I have received a response to my follow up e-mail of 28th June to the Highways Agency officials that I had met with. If I now receive Alan Cooks’ e-mail address all of the points raised will have been dealt with. In that case I think it would still be appropriate for someone to e-mail me to that effect.
Many thanks once again for your help.