Freedom of Information (FOI)
The Freedom of
Information Act 2000 entitles anybody to ask any public
authority (including Government Departments and Councils) for any
recorded information that they keep. You do not need to give
a reason for requesting information. Although the information
requested will be released wherever possible, some types of
information may be exempt from the right of access. There may
be a charge for some information.
All requests for information should be made in writing (e.g.
letter, form, fax or e-mail) but Council staff will be ready to
advise and assist if necessary.
The Council already publishes a lot of information and you can
find out about this by looking at our Publication Scheme. This sets out how the
information can be obtained and if there is a charge for it.
Further information about Freedom of Information is available
from the Department of Constitutional
Records Management Policy
Retention Schedule - Document Retention and Disposal
For more information contact:
Wychavon District Council
Queen Elizabeth Drive
Telephone: 01386 565284 - between 9am-5pm, Monday to