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From: [name]
Sent: 07 October 2010 12:58
To: [names] NAWORYNSKY, Michael
Cc: [names]
Subject: RE: [name] TFL - Boris bikes


Yes thanks – I think [name] will be following our line.

[name]

_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 07 October 2010 11:52
To: [name]; NAWORYNSKY, Michael; [name]
Cc: [name]
Subject: RE: [name] TFL - Boris bikes


Hi [name],

Did you know there’s going to be a and SQ in the Lords of Barclays Cycle Hire scheme:

Wed 27th Oct
1st starred question
Lord Butler of Brockwell

to ask the Chairman of Committees whether there are plans to install a docking station
 for the Barclays Cycle hire scheme on the Lords controlled part of the parliamentary Estate.

Have you connected with the Lords on this?

Many thanks!

[name]

[name]
Accommodation Manager

T: | M: | E: [name]@parliament.uk




_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 06 October 2010 12:50
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael; [name]
Cc: [names]
Subject: RE: [name] TFL - Boris bikes


Dear [name],

I think that Mike’s revised text sets the right starting point, and I agree that is what we should send
out.
We do need to think hard about trying to provide this facility on the Estate though. As I mentioned
to you when we spoke earlier today I have indeed though of using a Boris Bike, rather than walk
from Kings Cross, but the existing docking points are at least 8 to 12 minutes away (I know because I
went to find them), and are not convenient for the majority of users of the Parliamentary Estate.

Before we dismiss the issue out of hand I think a meeting to discuss the mechanics of how the
system works, whilst not short circuiting the benefits in security the OSCC will bring, is the best way
forward. I am more than happy to attend any meeting with TFL.

[name]

[name]
Interim Head of Fire Safety and Environment

Parliamentary Estates Directorate, 1 Canon Row, London SW1A 2JN
T: E: [name]@parliament.uk



_____________________________________________
From: NAWORYNSKY, Michael
Sent: 06 October 2010 12:19
To: [name]
Cc: [names]
Subject: [name] TFL - Boris bikes


<< File: [name] TFL - Boris bikes.doc >>


     20101123
attachment to email 6 Oct.doc
[name],

I have had a hack at your note and suggest a response that sounds enthusiastic but puts a firm
marker down: it will not be easy!

I have ‘nominated’ [name] but you may have a different individual in mind.

Mike N.
_____________________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 07 October 2010 12:09
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael; [names]
Cc: [names]; BORLEY, John
Subject: Barclays Cycle Hire


Mike and [name]
Having considered this further, and discussed with [name], John Borley’s view is that installing cycle
hire bikes within the secure perimeter of the Palace is an absolute non starter but there are very real
prospects of our being able to help on the non-secure areas of the estate or around the edges. The
attached re-draft reflects this.

[name]
You will wish to note the line we are taking at this end in the context of your PQ on this subject.

[name]
Please arrange for the letter to go

[name]




20101123 Attachment
  to email 7 Oct.doc


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From: NAWORYNSKY, Michael
Sent: 07 October 2010 13:50
To: [names]
Cc: [names]; BORLEY, John
Subject: RE: Barclays Cycle Hire


Excellent

Mike Naworynsky
Deputy Serjeant at Arms
House of Commons




[Email 15 October 2010 11:28 – provided by the House of Lords]


From: [name]
Sent: 07 October 2010 09:17
To: BORLEY, John
Cc: [name]; BARLEX, Melvyn
Subject: RE: bike rack


John,

Additional cycle stands outside Norman Shaw North and Norman Shaw South are included in the full
approved scheme. There was insufficient room immediately outside Portcullis House to locate a
cycle rack and the city planners wanted no obstructions near the London Underground emergency
exit. I’m not sure whether the Barclay’s Cycle Hire “Boris Bike” could be swapped for one of these
sets without affecting the bollard layout. I shall make enquiries. Notwithstanding, both sets of
stands are outside the current authorized extent for the project, we are terminating just past
Portcullis House, and therefore we would not be in a position to incorporate it yet. I shall discuss
with Westminster City Council whether there are possible locations in the vicinity of the House of
Commons where a BCH cycle stand could be installed.

Regards,

[name].


_____________________________________________
From: BORLEY, John
Sent: 06 October 2010 18:32
To: [name]
Cc: [name]
Subject: bike rack


[name] – Do I remember you telling me that the PCH streetscape scheme makes provision for a bike
rack? If so, could we suggest it as a Boris Bike rack??

[Attachment has been provided by the House of Lords]
John


From: [name]
Sent: 12 October 2010 10:55
To: [names]
Cc: [name]
Subject: FW: Oral Question

[names],

Would you have concerns if a BCH stand was positioned on Abingdon Street Gardens? Possible
locations are along Great College Street, although some shrubbery would need to be removed?
What about the suggestion [name] makes for Peers’ Car Park?

Regarding loadings, I couldn’t imagine that this would be a problem, but this could be covered in any
agreement.

Regards,

[name].



From: [name]
Sent: 07 October 2010 12:26
To: [name]
Subject: RE: Oral Question

[name]

With regard to Abingdon Street Gardens, we can only provide support for certain weights in
accordance with the lease terms with WCC for the car park beneath. Provided we comply with this
lease and the lease for 28 Abingdon Street, I cannot think of any obvious reason, in terms of land
ownership, why we couldn’t grant an agreement. The Solicitors may find some obscure rights of
way, easements etc when the full Title Search is carried out. Mike may also have a view on this from
a maintenance point of view and of course [name].

I hope to grant a licence agreement for the land to a number of broadcasters and at some point
recharge costs. Given the permanent nature of the stands, I would need to exclude this land from
the broadcasters’ licences. Presumably I could set a licence fee for the use of the land by WCC.

I suppose the Lords car park would be out of the question in terms of security? When preparing the
retail report, I did consider using one of the car park spaces adjoining the highway for temporary
stands etc.

Regards
[name]

From: [name]
Sent: 07 October 2010 09:41
To: [name]
Subject: FW: Oral Question

[name],

With reference to [name] email below and the one I am dealing with from John Borley for the
Commons, I will be speaking to WCC on Monday on whether there are locations outside the Estate
where stands could be positioned. Apart from concerns there may be with regards security, what
would be the situation with regards locating stands within the estate? Would there be a problem in
putting a stand on Abingdon Street Gardens?

Regards,

[name]

_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 08 October 2010 11:20
To: [name]
Subject: Green travel mock ups


[name]
Here’s a mock up of the GTP web pages as promised




[name]


[name]
Environment Manager
Parliamentary Estates Directorate
Room 416
1 Canon Row
London SW1A 2JN

Tel: Mob:

 Please consider the environment - do you really need to print this email?
From: [name]
Sent: 18 October 2010 16:39
To: [name]
Cc: [name]
Subject: FW: Oral Question

[name],

As discussed, FYI.

[name].


[Email 07 October 2010 09:29 – provided by the House of Lords]


[Email 06 October 2010 14:13 – provided by the House of Lords]


[Email: 06 October 2010 14:12 – provided by the House of Lords]


From: [name]
Sent: 06 October 2010 12:09
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael; [name]
Cc: [names]
Subject: FW: Barclays Cycle Hire

Mike and [name]
You both spoke to me separately this morning about this and I hope the attached re-draft is a good
compromise. We will need to form a small working group to look at this in more detail – I would
suggest under the chairmanship of James Robertson but open to other ideas. Please confirm you are
ok with the draft.

[names]
Better?

[name]

From: [name]
Sent: 05 October 2010 17:42
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael; [name]
Subject: FW: Barclays Cycle Hire

Oops! – this time with the draft……..
[name]


                                                            20101123 Attachment
                                                              to email 5 Oct.doc
[Letter from TFL already provided by the House of Lords]



From [name]
Sent: 05 October 2010 16:51
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael
Cc: [name]
Subject: FW: Barclays Cycle Hire

Mike
I am reminded that we have yet to respond to TFL about cycle hire. I enclose a draft drawing on
what you and [name] have said previously – is it ok? – feel free to amend it you want to.

[name]
Can we add something positive about our green credentials in the attached draft? – the travel plan
perhaps? Could you kindly add a few lines.

Many thanks

[name]


From: [name]
Sent: 29 September 2010 09:23
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael; ROBERTSON, James
Subject: RE: Barclays Cycle Hire

Thanks Mike – very clear.

James – we spoke about the difficulties of Serco having access to the bikes. Are there any other
points of concern from your point of view worth making?

[name]

From: NAWORYNSKY, Michael
Sent: 28 September 2010 17:53
To: [name]
Subject: Re: Barclays Cycle Hire

[name],

Noted. There are clear practical difficulties about any facility inside the wire; my understanding is that
they are accessible to the public and Serco need access to top or remove bikes as required.

External bikes pose a threat but careful siting would mitigate (eg not near an entrance etc).

Also worth noting that [name] had an enquiry today from a tabloid paper asking why we had no Boris
Bikes. I understand that finding sites within the Govt Security Zone has been an issue and so we
should be open to suggestions but cautious about committment.
In short - not inside the perimeter but may be ok outside. Happy to discuss.

Mike N


From: [name]
To: NAWORYNSKY, Michael
Sent: Tue Sep 28 17:28:09 2010
Subject: Barclays Cycle Hire

Mike

Many thanks for forwarding the letter from TFL dated 23 September about the possibility of
providing facilities for ‘Boris bikes’ on the estate. John wishes to lead on this and will respond to TFL.
Do you see any difficulties if we were to decide to respond in the affirmative?

Many thanks

[name]

[name]Executive Officer to the Director General of Facilities


From: [name][mailto:[name] @hyderconsulting.com]
Sent: 11 October 2010 12:59
To: [name]
Cc: [names]
Subject: FW: Westminster Victoria embankment - Cycle Hire sites

[name],

As discussed today please see below and attached the correspondence received from TfL regarding
the proposed Cycle Hire Station locations in the vicinity of the scheme.

Regards,


[name]
West One Infrastructure Services
10th Floor Westminster City Hall
64 Victoria Street
London
SW1E 6QP

Tel: Whitehall Site Office
Mob:
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From: [name]
Sent: 25 June 2009 13:22
To: [names]
Cc: [name]
Subject: FW: Westminster Victoria embankment - Cycle Hire sites

FYI - cycle docks are proposed on Victoria Embankment/Horse Guards Avenue, north of phase 14.

Standoff Protection and Whitehall schemes are unaffected by the location of the proposed cycle hire
facility.


Kind regards,
[name]
Project Engineer
Ph:




From: [name] (ST) [mailto:[name]@tfl.gov.uk]
Sent: 25 June 2009 12:38
To: [name]
Cc: [name] (ST)
Subject: Westminster Victoria embankment - Cycle Hire sites

Hi [name],

Further to our conversation earlier please find the attached map showing the site
proposed on Victoria Embankment. I don’t believe any other proposals should affect
your works but please get in touch in you require any more information.



         01-610104_E_verC. 01-610104_GA_verC 01-610104_L_verC.p
                pdf               .pdf               df
[name]


[name]
Project Officer – Commercial
Special Projects, Strategy, Surface Transport
Direct line:
Extension: Mobile -
Floor 10, Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road, LONDON SE1 8NJ


_____________________________________________
From: BARLEX, Melvyn
Sent: 15 October 2010 17:05
To: [name]
Cc: [names]
Subject: Barclay Cycle Hire Stand Locations at Parliament
[name]

I hope that I am replying after the event and that you are aware that [name] has responded to this
already. Just for the avoidance of doubt [name] (as was [name] before) is our designated
coordinator of any PQ’s MP’s letters or Media enquiries etc so just ensure you include him when
they originate from other sources.

[name]


_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 14 October 2010 14:50
To: BARLEX, Melvyn
Subject: Barclay Cycle Hire Stand Locations at Parliament


Mel,

I’ve been asked to respond to a PQ in the House of Lords on the Barclay Cycle Hire stands and
possible locations at Parliament. TfL wrote to the Serjeant at Arms who passed this on to John
Borley and it came to me because of the action to respond to the PQ. I have liaised with [name] on
this and others and have been informally advised that a location within the secure perimeter would
not be permitted. Could you please advise if this has this been reviewed by SRIB/JCOS and
confirmed as policy? If the BCH stand was within the perimeter there may be issues with regards to
providing access to the Company for servicing and maintenance.

John Borley is in favour of offering the Victoria Embankment in front of Norman Shaw North or
South as a location as ordinary cycle stands are proposed there as part of the Standoff Protection
project. I have checked with WCC and they think that stands could be fitted behind the bollards as
and when we come to complete that part; currently on hold. This is on TfL land and so they must
have previously considered this.

Regarding positions on the Parliamentary Estate but outside the secure area, the only position I can
think of is perhaps Abingdon Street Gardens. The stands I think need to be adjacent the highway
which would preclude Abingdon Street itself due to the kerb. Great College Street could be
considered and widening of the footpath may be needed on to Parliamentary Estate to achieve this.
The other issue would be the current parking arrangements for broadcast vehicles.

Any comments you have would be appreciated. I shall draft a response and pass it by you before
issuing it.

Regards,

[name].


From: [name]
Sent: 18 October 2010 11:56
To: [name]
Cc: [name]
Subject: FW:
Dear [name],

Below is what I’ve sent the Lord’s regarding a potential docking station for Boris Bikes.

[name]



From: [name]
Sent: 15 October 2010 11:28
To: [name]
Cc: [name]; BARLEX, Melvyn; [name]
Subject:

Dear [name],

One of the items we discussed on Tuesday was the recent letter we had received on the Commons
side from TFL, regarding installation of a docking station for ‘Boris Bikes’ on the Parliamentary
Estate. You asked for a copy of the letter and John Borley’s response for information, I have attached
both. The sentiment was, as we discussed, that for security reasons this would not be possible on
the secure part of the Estate, but that there may be opportunities on parts of the Estate which are
‘outside of the wire’, so to speak. As these become identified, I will keep you and [name] informed.

Best wishes

[name]

[name]
Interim Head of Fire Safety and Environment

Parliamentary Estates Directorate, 1 Canon Row, London SW1A 2JN
T: E: [name]@parliament.uk


[Email 19 October 2010 17:13 – exempt s34]


_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 19 October 2010 17:14
To: [name]
Subject: RE: Barclay Cycle Hire


[name],

Further to below, I’m off the case. [name] is now actioning.

Regards,

[name].
_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 19 October 2010 15:51

To: [name]
Subject: Barclay Cycle Hire


[name],

The House of Lords are asking if there are any plans to install a Barclay Cycle Hire docking station in
the Lords area of the Estate. The only area that could be considered I think is Peers Car Park. Any
chance of a quick chat to garner your thoughts?

Regards,

[name].


[Email dated 19 October 2010 11:09 – exempt, s 34]
_____________________________________________
From: [name]
Sent: 26 October 2010 10:16
To: [name]
Subject: RE: Boris Bikes


OK. We’ll go ahead. Are you in touch with Westminster about alternative parking slots outside the
estate.

James Robertson
Director of Accommodation and Logistics Services
Tel
Fax
E-mail [name]@parliament.uk
Post House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA



-----Original Appointment-----
From: [name]
Sent: 26 October 2010 09:47
To: [name]
Subject: Declined: Boris Bikes
When: 09 November 2010 16:00-16:30 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon,
London.
Where: PCH Atrium


Dear [name],

I’m afraid I am on leave that week. Apologies.

[name]
[Email and attachment: 25 October 2010 16:26 – exempt s34]

[Email: 26 October 2010 11:38 – exempt s34]
[Email and attachment: 26 October 2010 11:27 – exempt s34]
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