Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives people the general right to see recorded information held by public authorities. In an effort to provide greater openness and transparency, the Act helps people to get a better understanding of how public authorities carry out their duties, make decisions and spend public money.

The Parish Council’s Publication Scheme, adopted on the 4th November 2008 and effective from the 1st January 2009, sets out the categories of information that are held and will routinely be made available to the public. The separate guide to proactively published information explains in greater detail the nature of the information falling within the various categories, and the manner in which it can be provided.

Any other information held by the Parish Council, provided it is not defined as exempt under the Act, can be made available on request in writing (letter, email or fax) to the Parish Clerk.

January 2009

 Model Publication Scheme
Guide to Proactively Published Information
 
PUBLISHED FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS
 13 September 2017: Request for Parish Council response to Selective Licensing of Landlords
 5 July 2017: Request for information on fairs and carnivals held in the Parish
 30 May 2017: Request for information regarding proposed Selective Licensing of Landlords
 23 December 2016: Request for details of costs associated with Christmas Lights
 22 November 2016: Request for copy of Leegomery Community Centre feasibility study

 14 December 2015: Request for details of management arrangements of leisure or culture facilities.