Financial Reports submitted to the SFC

Greater Glasgow Student Tenants Union made this Freedom of Information request to Glasgow Caledonian University

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Greater Glasgow Student Tenants Union

Dear Glasgow Caledonian University,

To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing to request information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
I understand that I do not have to specify particular file or document names and it is the relevant department's responsibility to provide the information I require. If you need further clarification please contact me by email at [email address]
If you cannot provide the complete responses to my requests within the scope mentioned below, please provide what available information you have and an explanation for why you cannot provide the data requested.
I ask that you justify all omissions by reference to specific exemptions of the act.
I reserve the right to appeal your decision to withhold any information or to charge excessive fees.
If there are any omissions due to the data having already been published, I would politely request that the information is clearly signposted in the response to my request, in the interests of accessibility.
As the information requested in i. and ii. has already been compiled, and recently at that, I would hope this would avoid any omissions under Section 12.
I would be grateful if you could confirm in writing that you have received this request. I look forward to your response within 20 working days as outlined by the statute.

Information Requested:

All of the information submitted to the Scottish Funding Council on 18/01/2021 in response to the Call For Information, reference “SFC/CI/01/2021” , outlined in the following:

ii. All of the information submitted to the SFC outlined in the Call For Information, reference “SFC/CI/01/2021” document under points 2. and 3. (see above for the website address):

“2.Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, universities provided two main financial 2.returns to SFC in the course of the year:•Forecasts submitted at the end of June (outturn forecast for the current year and forecasts for the following three years). •Annual accounts submitted at the end of December (audited financial statements and supporting reports by institutions’ audit committee, internal and external auditors)”

“3. As result of the COVID-19 pandemic, SFC requested institutions to provide 3.additional financial returns, comprising updated forecasts for 2019-20 and 2020-21, by the end of April and the end of July 2020. These replaced the main 2020 Strategic Plan Forecast return. Institutions also provided updated financial forecasts at the end of November 2020”

The full financial disclosure, including of income and expenditure of the following funds listed on the University website:

Kind Regards,
Harrison Bott
Greater Glasgow Student Tenants’ Union.

Freedom of Information Enquiries,

Dear Mr Bott
Glasgow Caledonian University has received your request for information. The University is currently processing this and will get back to you as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely
Hazel Lauder

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Freedom of Information Enquiries,

2 Atodiad

Dear Mr Bott
I refer to your request for information below.

The University's response is attached.

Glasgow Caledonian University reserves copyright for all information provided under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA). Although the information is available under the legislation this does not mean that the University has waived its copyright and therefore the information must not be reproduced in any way or made available in whole or in part without the written permission of the copyright holder.

Please find attached a review notice setting out the steps you may take if you are not satisfied with the response provided to your request.

Yours sincerely
Hazel Lauder

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