Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 makes it easier for you to get information about us.
This law, which came into force on 1 January 2005, allows anyone to ask for any information we hold.
We already make a significant amount of information available to the public routinely which means you don't have to make a specific request for it. Details of this information will be listed in our Publication Scheme (which is available in the 'related documents' section at the bottom of the page).
|Making a request
|All you have to do is submit your request in writing stating clearly the information you require.
|You can write to us:
Mid Ulster District Council
|You can email us:
|Don't forget to provide your contact details so we can reply to your request.
|Responding to requests
|Once we receive your request, we must reply, in writing, within 20 working days.
|In our reply, we must confirm whether or not we hold the information, and either provide you with the information requested or explain why it is not being provided.
|We may charge a fee before supplying the information you request. If so, we'll write to you giving details of the amount you must pay.