Public authorities

Found 11 public authorities in the category ‘Publicly funded charities’

21 requests.
While it is not formally subject to the Freedom of Information Act we list this body because it receives substantial public funding. We note that on t...
2 requests.
Also called BFI. The BFI is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act. We have added it to WhatDoTheyKnow.com on the grounds it is substantially publicly funded and...
30 requests.
"The Churches Conservation Trust is technically not a public body, being established under ecclesiastical legislation, but its sponsor, the Department...
9 requests.
While it is not formally subject to the Freedom of Information Act we list this body because it receives substantial public funding. We note that on t...
2 requests.
Also called CDF. The Charity Commission website states: "This charity was registered on 21 Jan 2011, It was removed from the register on 29 Jan 2018. Reason for remova...
Defunct.
11 requests.
Also called MSSC. This charity not subject to the Freedom of Information Act however it receives significant public funding and we would expect the charity to respond to...
20 requests.
Also called Citizens Advice. We understand that Citizens Advice is subject to the Freedom of Information Act in respect of some elements of its operations including the provision o...
32 requests.
Also called Citizens Advice Scotland. From Citizens Advice Scotland, you can only request information relating to their provision of a public consumer advice scheme.
5 requests.

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