We may have already published what you want so check previous responses to FOI requests where we have released information.
You should also check the information that we routinely publish and our publication scheme.
To request information you can:
Or write to:
Freedom of Information
58 Port Dundas Road
Glasgow G4 0HF
Your request must include:
- your full name
- a contact address - this can be a postal or email address
- a description of the information you want
You can ask for information in a particular format, such as paper or electronic copies.
You can find out more about your right to access information at the Scottish Information Commissioner website.
We don't charge for answering information requests.
When you'll get a response
You should receive a response from us promptly and within 20 working days.
If we can't give you the information
Our aim is to provide information whenever possible. If we don't hold the information or we believe there is a good reason to withhold it, we will explain why in our response.
We may also refuse your request if it will cost us more than £600 to find and provide the information.
If you are unhappy with our decision or how we have dealt with your request you can ask us to review this.
If you are still not happy you can appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner.