Under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA), anyone has the right to ask the Council for information that is held by them.
There are a few exceptions that may require us to withhold some of the information that has been requested, these include information that may be personal or commercially sensitive.
How do I make a request?
All requests require to be provided in a recorded format, i.e. letter, e-mail, etc. You can use the online form below to request access to information:
Information Requests Online
If you have difficulty viewing the information request form, open it in a new browser window
Alternatively, you can send your request to the following address:
Customer Experience Lead Officer
or email: email@example.com
All requests will be logged and acknowledged within 2 days. A response will be made to the applicant within 20 working days and a copy of the response will be held for 6 months.
You can check our Publication Scheme to find out if we have already released the information you are looking for.
The publication scheme sets out:
- Information we regularly give out
- Where the information can be retrieved from
- Different formats that the information can be provided in
- Any cost that will be charged for supplying the information
What do I do if I am unhappy with the response?
You are entitled to ask for a review up to 3 months after the initial response date.
All review requests for all services should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a request in writing to the following address:
Head of Legal Services
or if I am unhappy with the Review response?
Contact the Scottish Information Commissioner at the address shown below:
Under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002, anyone has the right to ask the Council for information that is held by them.
The Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner