What is a publication scheme?
Under the Freedom of Information Act, public authorities are required to have a publication scheme. A publication scheme is a guide which tells people about the broad classes of information that we will routinely make available to the public. It includes information held in any form for example, websites, paper files and public registers.
We have adopted the Information Commissioner's Model Publication Scheme for local authorities. The Information Commissioner is an independent regulator who enforces and advises upon the Freedom of Information Act and Environmental Information Regulations and has produced and approved this scheme.
Where to find our published information
We publish key information in the Transparency section of this website
Responses to previous information requests
We are sorry, the disclosure log where responses to previous freedom of information requests are held is unavailable at the moment due to maintenance.
You will be able to search the disclosure log when it is available again. We hope to have it back online by 21 June 2021.
Re-using our information
Please see our copyright page for further information about re-using our information.