FOI Request - Cloddach Bridge

Request 101003024919

I request a copy of all the inspections that were carried out on the Cloddach bridge:  

I know that there were surveys carried out on the bridge in:

General inspections were carried out by the council every two years:
2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021

Principle inspections have been carried out:
1995- Principle
1996 - Structural assessment
1997- Principle
2000 - Structural and principle inspection
2019 - Principle
2020 - Structural

Response 26-04-2022

In addition to the ‘General Inspection Records 2019 and 2020’, and ‘Principal Inspection Report 2019-09-29’ which were provided in our original response (, the department have confirmed that these documents, along with the ‘As Built’ drawings (see note below) constitute all documentation that is held regarding Cloddach road bridge.

Please see attached:
1995- Principle Inspection Report
1996 - Structural Assessment Record
1997- Principle Inspection Report
2000 - Structural Assessment Record
2019 - Principle Inspection Report
2020 - Structural Assessment Record (note this structural assessment was undertaken in 2019, with the check completed in early 2020)

General inspections Pro-Forma:
2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021

Please note – personal information has been redacted from these documents, as it is exempt from release under Section 38(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Personal Information.

In addition to the documents listed above, there are also some ‘As Built’ drawings created by the contractor when the bridge was built. These are held as paper copies by the Council and copies cannot be provided electronically due to the size and condition of the drawings. However, special arrangements can be made for these to be viewed within the Council offices. If you would like to arrange to view these, please confirm this with us.

Under our duty to be helpful, you may also wish to view the Council website for additional information regarding the closure of the bridge:

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