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Freedom of Information requests

The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act allows you to request almost any information held by us

Making a request

Requests for information must be made in writing. To make a request you can:

Please include what you would like to know, and how we can contact you.

Responding to your request

When we receive your request we will acknowledge it within 5 working days and provide a response within 20 working days.

We will always try to release as much information as possible; however there are exemptions that stop certain information being released.

If any exemptions apply to your request, you’ll be told what they are and why they apply. You can challenge any decisions you disagree with. More information is available through the Information Commissioner.

Records of previous FOI requests - Disclosure Log

We keep a record of all the requests we’ve dealt with under the FOI Act. This is called the Disclosure log.

The content in the disclosure log may be used for non-commercial research purposes only. For any other use, for example to publish and supply information to the public you will need permission from the copyright holder. In most cases the copyright will be owned by us.

Information released in the disclosure log may become out of date over time.

FOI Disclosure log (including responses) received since 23/09/2013

FOI Disclosure log (including responses) received between 01/01/2009 and 20/09/2013

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