Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information Act gives you a right to access information held by public authorities with the purpose of making organisations more accountable and transparent.
To make a Freedom of Information request, your request must:
- Include a full contact name
- Be made in writing – it can be made by email or post
- Contain a return address (this can be an email address)
- Clearly identify the information being sought which must be legible
You can send this information:
Send your request by letter to:
Vice Principal Corporate Services
Send your request by email to email@example.com for the attention of Michelle Leslie, Vice Principal Corporate Planning and Services
Responding to requests
The deadline for a public authority to respond to requests is 20 working days, although there are some circumstances where this may be extended under the terms of the legislation.