Freedom of information and data protection
The Freedom of Information Act gives you the right to ask us for information we have on a particular subject. The data protection legislation (Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection legislation) gives you the right to ask for personal information we hold on you.
We must give you this information within 20 working days (freedom of information requests) or one month (data protection requests), unless there is a good reason why this is not possible. Sometimes information is withheld under exemptions in the legislation, but if this is the case we will tell you why. If you ask for personal information your request is handled under the Data Protection Act.
Information already available
A description of the classes or types of information that the GLAA is committed to publishing is available in our Publication Scheme.
How do I request information?
- your name
- your contact address
- a detailed description of the information you would like.
You should receive a reply within 20 working days for freedom of information requests and within one month for data protection requests.
For further information about data protection see Privacy and Cookies
Published FOI requests
Read previous questions and answers on the Freedom Of Information requests page.
Questions to government ministers about the GLAA can be found under Parliamentary questions.
Our disclosure log shows our responses to requests made to the GLAA under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and/or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 that might be of wider public interest.
Find out more...
GOV.UK: Your rights under the Freedom Of Information and Data Protection Acts
External communications policy: The GLAA's approach to the release of information
GLAA Publication Scheme: A description of the classes or types of information that the GLAA is committed to publishing