Open Data Institute

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The ODI is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Institute is not a public body for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act. However, the Institute has a policy of openness and generally seeks to make information available where practicable. [1]

We have included the ODI on this site because "£10m of public funds have been pledged to the ODI".[2]

3 requests
Retrieving data
Response by Open Data Institute to Alf on .

Successful.

Hi Alf, With General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into play in April of this year, organisations will be obliged to share personal data...
LSO deprivation London GIS layer
Request to Open Data Institute by noa Robin. Annotated by Owen Boswarva on .

Long overdue.

Hi Noa Robin, Further to my previous note above, I notice the London Datastore has released a London-only subset of the DCLG deprivation data: http...
Corporate structure
Response by Open Data Institute to Francis Irving on .

Successful.

[FOI #117851 email] Dear Francis Information Request Further to your request for information, which we have now had time to consider, please fi...

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