Making a request under FOIA

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Making a request under FOIA

Information about making a request under The Freedom of Information Act 2000

Making a request under FOIA

We want to help you to find the information you are interested in. Before you make a Freedom of Information Act request please check that the information you would like is not already available.

Before requesting information:

Our website provides information about who we are and what we do, what we have worked on and how we work on it, what our priorities are and how we are doing, how we make decisions and info about our volunteers. 

You will also find that lots of information is freely available on our projects and partners websites. We proactively publish project updates and news to those sites.

If you are a journalist you should first contact our Press Team.

How to make a request

If you’re unable to find what you’re looking for within our digital services, including websites, or by emailing us, then you can contact us to make a request for information.

Requests must be in writing and must include your name and an address (either postal or email). Please try to be as specific as possible about the information that you would like, as this will help us to respond accurately and promptly. Where possible, please include a contact telephone number so that we can contact you to discuss your request if necessary.

Contact us about a request

Please email our Information Officer to create a request for information.

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