Common Purpose told to vacate DCSF Moorfoot offices

Common Purpose are instructed by the Department for Children Schools and Families DCSF to vacate office space they have been occupying at Moorfoot Sheffield. How much rent were CP paying for this facility? Or were they staying for 'free'...that is at cost to the taxpayer? Are you a Sheffield taxpayer, if so please ask the DCSF for the details. We understand that CP has been closing a number of offices across UK as CP fails to network sufficient money from the public purse in course fees. On Tue, 12/1/10, wrote:

Subject: Case Reference 2009/0106817
Date: Tuesday, 12 January, 2010, 15:17
Dear Mr Brown, 

Thank you for your request for information dated 12/11/2009. You requested that we provide copies of all e mail traffic or letters between Mr Cliff Rowe and Common Purpose and Sir David Bell from February 2008.
Following a search of the Department’s paper and electronic records, I have established that there has been no direct communications between the parties you mention other than the copy of the agreement to occupy Moorfoot which Cliff Rowe has previously sent you.

Mr Rowe has retired but his deputy at the time, Terry Atkin , did correspond with Common Purpose and a copy of his letter is attached.  You will note that the purpose of this correspondence was to serve notice on Common Purpose to vacate Moorfoot by 28 May 2010 prior to the relocation by DCSF to a new much smaller building in Sheffield this summer. Common Purpose will not be relocating with DCSF.
Please accept our apologies for the delay in responding. If you have any queries about this letter, please contact me. Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.

If you are unhappy with the way your request has been handled, you should make a complaint to the Department by writing to me within two calendar months of the date of this letter. You complaint will be considered by an independent review panel, who were not involved in the original consideration of your request.
If you are not content with the outcome of your complaint to the Department, you may then contact the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Yours sincerely,
Joseph Cassidy
Your correspondence has been allocated the reference number 2009/0106817.
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