Everyone has a legal right to see information held by Scottish public authorities.
To make an FOI request you need to give us your name and a contact address, but
you don't need to tell us anything more about who you are or why you want the information.
We already make some information available to the public. More details about our published information can be found in our Guide to Information available on our
Publication Scheme page.
If you do not find what you want there, you can make a request by completing a request form:
You can download an FOI request form below:
- Information Request form
You can also email or write to us:
We will answer your request within 20 working days. Sometimes there will be reasons why we cannot provide the information you requested. If that is the case, we will tell you why. If we refuse to give the information to you, we must tell you why. You can challenge our decision to keep information from you and ask us to review our response. If you are unhappy after the review, you can appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner.
You can find out more information in our Right to Complain Leaflet:
- Right to Complain leaflet
There is no charge for most FOI requests. However, some requests are expensive for
us to answer and there may be a charge. We will let you know in advance if there
are any charges.
We report our FOI performance quarterly to the Scottish Information Commissioner.