Freedom Of Information
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This is EKHA’s guide to information under the Model Publication Scheme, as required by the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002. Under the Act, anyone can ask for information from us.
The publication scheme shows what sort of information we hold and where you can get it and EKHA has adopted the Model Publication Scheme 2017 produced by the Scottish Information Commissioner. Information included in this publication scheme is available on this website. For those without access to the website or those wishing to make a request for information in paper form then you can contact us at:
2 Old Coach Road
Tel 01355 227751
Information not listed in the publication scheme
If the information you are looking for is not included in the guide to information you can put in a request in writing or via e-mail to us at the address given above. Please be specific about the information that you are looking for as it helps us to identify what you require and answer your request more promptly.
How we deal with Freedom of Information Requests
We use guidance from the Scottish Information Commissioner on how to deal with requests. Click here for their Get It Right First Time leaflet, this shows how we deal with a written request.
To date, EKHA has received 10 requests for information, 9 of which we have responded to as Freedom of Information requests. EKHA has refused 1 request where the information asked for was not covered under freedom of information for registered social landlords. In the other 9 cases, we provided the information and/or signposted to other sources of information where it was already published online. No fees were charged for any of the information provided.
No Environmental Information Requests have been received to date.
No reviews have been requested to date and no cases have been appealed with the Scottish Information Commissioner.