The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 gives members of the public the right to access information held by public bodies.
Likewise, the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 – which ensure that environmental information is accessible to the public – also apply to us.
That means members of the public can submit requests for information to us.
Making a request
Providing you've checked to see the information you require is not available via our publication scheme – which sets out the information we routinely make available and explains how to obtain it – you can submit a request via email to our information governance and FOI manager via the details below:
By setting out your request as clearly as possible, you help us identify the information you’d like to access and our information governance and FOI manager can assist with making your request.
Our offices are currently closed in response to government advice about coronavirus and we therefore can't accept requests via post. We'll advise when they reopen and are available to receive post.
Our disclosure log has a list of the requests we’ve received and a summary of the outcome, and is updated on a quarterly basis.
It was introduced during 2017, so information about requests before this can be obtained from our information governance manager at the above address.