The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 requires us to make information available to the public. The legislation is usually referred to as 'FOISA' or 'FOI'.
PLEASE NOTE - you should not request personal information about yourself under FOI. If you wish to access your medical records you should do this as a subject access request under Data Protection legislation.
Our Guide to Information sets out the information which we publish routinely. You can download the Guide to Information by clicking on the link in the panel below. It explains how you can access information.
We include links to sites with further information about the Act and the Scottish Information Commissioner. The Commissioner handles promoting compliance with the Act.
We also have our own complaints procedure. Please use this if you are dissatisfied with our response to a request you make to us for information.