Dear Fife College,
Can you please provide details of all remuneration (salary and/or fees), annual sums and pension premiums paid to all Trustees/Members of the Foundation since the inception of the Foundation (or subsequent appointment date if this is the latter)
Also, can you provide details of the number of Officers and Staff employed (including Technical and Professional Advisers) along with their salary details (including any pension contributions).
Finally, I would be grateful if you can provide the following:
1. Details of any grants, gifts or bequests made to the Foundation and advise if they are from public funds or private sources?
2. Details of the name and locations of all bank accounts where monies are held or any investments made?
3. Copy (electronic will be sufficient) of all Board Meetings/AGM's for the Foundation.
4. Details (including monetary value) of all successful applications to date.
I would be obliged if you can also provide details of criteria used to appoint each Trustee?
Dear Ms Highwater
I refer to your email dated 22 September 2016, received by Fife College on 23 September 2016, requesting information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
I can confirm that the Arm's Length Foundation (Fife College Foundation) is an independent body and not part of Fife College, therefore Fife College does not hold the information that you request. You may wish to contact the Foundation's Company Secretary at its registered office, which is:
1 Earl Grey Street
If you are unhappy with this response, you have the right to request a review. Such a review application should be made within 40 days of this decision being communicated to you and should be made to Mr Hugh Logan, Principal and Chief Executive, Fife College, Pittsburgh Road, Dunfermline KY11 8DY; email [email address].
If you are unhappy with the outcome of that review, you may thereafter appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner within six months of the outcome of the review. The Commissioner will decide whether or not there is a case to take forward. You should write to the Scottish Information Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews KY16 9DS; Email [email address].
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