Church Commissioners

A public authority

The Church Commissioners are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000.*

The Church Commissioners are a statutory body established by the Church Commissioners Measure 1947 to manage historic property assets of the Church of England.

In June 2013, it was decided that the Church Commissioners should be included on this site. A number of factors were considered in arriving at this decision including the fact that the Church Commissioners are accountable to Parliament,[1] the fact that various public officials including the Prime Minister serve on the body as part of their role[2] and the body's objectives.

One of the five objectives of the Church Commissioners is: "to be transparent and accountable in organisational activity and internal governance".[3]

13 requests
St Johns Church Haverton Hill Stockton on Tees
Response by Church Commissioners to Lisa Headlam on .

Awaiting classification.

Dear Lisa, Thank you for your email, directed to me via the WhatDoTheyKnow website. The Church Commissioners are committed to transparency and accou...
Church land deeds
Response by Church Commissioners to Russsll Morris on .

Information not held.

Good afternoon Russell, My colleague has looked into the land in question and can't find any evidence that the land belonged to us previously. It mig...
Access road - DH7 6AT
Response by Church Commissioners to Sandra Underwood on .

Information not held.

Dear Sandra, I am not sure why that didn't come through - the correct email address is [Church Commissioners request email] If you forward your mes...
Covenant on Temple Park Fields in South Shields South Tyneside
Response by Church Commissioners to David Donohue on .

Awaiting classification.

Dear Mr Donohue, Thank you for your enquiry of 15th December. Neither the Church Commissioners, nor any of the National Church Institutions, are sub...
Church of England Land Ownership
Response by Church Commissioners to D Burnand on .

Refused.

Dear Mr Burnand, Neither the Church Commissioners nor any other NCI body are covered by the Freedom of Information Act 2000, (the "2000 Act"). For th...
Parish and diocesan boundaries
Follow up sent to Church Commissioners by Mark Goodge on .

Refused.

As I said in my original email, I understand that you are not covered by the Freedom of Information Act 2000. However, I see no reason why you cann...
number of complaints under the CDM
Response by Church Commissioners to Frances Gaskin on .

Refused.

Ms Gaskin –   Me again.   Your enquiry to the Church Commissioners has been passed to me. It was to ask ‘How many complaints are brought under...
Church Hoardings and Notice Boards

Information not held.

Dear Sirs,   Thank you for your enquiry.  However, neither the Church Commissioners nor any other of the National Church Institutions are covered...
Church Commissioners fund income for 2015
Response by Church Commissioners to T Taylor on .

Successful.

Dear Mr Taylor, Thank you for your email. The Commissioners are not actually covered by the Freedom of Information Act but we are, of course, keen to...
Since it seems that whatdotheyknow will delete any contact details that appear in an email from me, I suggest that you obtain my telephone number or em...
Church of England Connection to YMCA
Internal review request sent to Church Commissioners by [name removed] (Account suspended) on .

Awaiting internal review.

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews. I am writing to request an internal review of Church Commissioners'...
Chester Diocesan HQ
Request sent to Church Commissioners by Julian Cadbury on .

Long overdue.

Chester Diocese has just taken occupation of its new headquarters at Daresbury Park. Has the Churched purchased this facility,or is it leased? Yours...
Dear Mr DeVere, I understand that my colleague Richard Hodges has been in correspondence with you regarding the above matter. Your request has been p...

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