Freedom of Information Act
You have the right to know about our business
What is the Freedom of Information Act?
The Freedom of Information Act means you can see:
- The business information we hold
- What we do and how we make decisions
The Act can’t be used to see personal information we hold about you. You can learn more about this on our Data Protection page.
We are required to publish and make available business information to you as part of a Publication Scheme.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, ask us.
We might need to charge you for the information we provide see our Fees and Charges document for details.
You can tell us how you would like to get the information. If we can’t send it to you in the way you want, we’ll let you know and suggest a different way.
We’ll normally send you the information within twenty working days of getting your request. If we can’t do this, we’ll let you know. Sometimes it may take longer if:
- We need you to explain your question more clearly
- If the information you want is exempt
- If we’ve charged and you haven’t paid us
To learn how you can use the information, read the legislation on re-use of public sector information.
Find out how to make a request for Information.
Making a complaint
If you aren’t happy about how we handled your request, you can ask for an Internal Review which is in line with our complaints procedure.
If you aren’t happy with the outcome of the Internal Review, you can, contact the Information Commissioner.