Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act was passed on 30th November 2000. It entitles anybody to ask a public authority for any recorded information that they keep.
The purpose of the Act is to give greater access to information. This includes how decisions are taken in the Trust and how services are developed and delivered.
Below is a quick guide to some information about our Trust that is readily available on our website.
Who we are and what we do
Information can be found on the About Us page.
What we spend and how we spend it
Details on our spending can be found in our Annual Report and Accounts. Please also see the Scheme of Reservation. All of these documents can be found on the Publications and Declarations page.
What our priorities are and how we are doing
Details can be found in our Annual Report and Quality Account in the Publications and Declarations section.
How we make decisions
Information can be found on the How we make decisions page. You can also find information by reading the Trust Board minutes.
Our policies and procedures
You can make a request to view a particular policy or procedure which you are unable to find on this website. See How to make an FOI request.
The services we offer
Information can be found on our Services page.
Details on service user information, including how to request a copy of your own records can be found on our Your Information page.