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Freedom of Information

The Freedom of information (Scotland) Act 2002 introduced important new laws about our obligation to make information publicly available. The Act gave people new rights to access information, most of which came into effect in January 2005. The Act opens with a general statement that ‘A person who requests information from a Scottish public authority which holds it, is entitled to be given it by the authority’; section 1 (1) Freedom of information (Scotland) Act 2002.

Any person or organisation can make a request for information that is not already detailed in our Publication Scheme.

A request for information must be made to us in writing. Applicants must give their name and address for the reply, and they do not need to say why they want the information. They may express a preference for information to be provided in a particular form e.g. paper copy or on a memory stick, and the Practice will do its utmost to comply with their requested preference.

If you are unhappy with the information provided please contact the Scottish Information Commissioner who has the power to enforce individuals with rights under the act.

Contact can be made at :

Scottish Information Commissioner
Kinburn Castle
Doubledykes Road
St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9DS

Telephone: 01334 464610

Email: [email protected]