Freedom of Information (FOI)
The FOI Scottish law gives everyone a right to see information collected and held by the Council, unless there is a good reason for not disclosing it.
- unpublished information
- environmental information about air and water quality, noise, waste and radiation, the plans or activities that affect these. Read the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004.
Check FOI disclosure log
Before you make a new request, check if we've already published what you want.
Make a FOI
We keep a list of what we routinely publish, grouped into subjects. Read more about
- publication scheme
- guide to publication scheme
- Scottish Information Commissioner (SIC) 2013 model scheme.
Alternatively, ask us in writing by email or post. If you need any help to make your request, or if you need the information in another language or format, please contact us.
We will respond to you within 20 working days, Although we may ask you for more details.
In some cases, there is a cost for providing the information, which we will tell you in advance. Please note we may not supply information if the cost makes it unreasonable to do so.
If we can't give you the information
If we can't give you the information, we will write to you. If you disagree with this or are unhappy with how we have dealt with your request, you can ask us to review the decision.
If you then do not agree with the outcome of the review, you can appeal to the Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner.