This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Salary increase for SLP board members'.


 
David Black  
 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx 
6 March 2012 
Our Ref: FOI 2012/33 – F0195740 
 
 
Dear Mr Black, 
 
Re: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information 
 
Thank you for your email which was received by the University on 7 February timed 12:52 
hours, requesting the following information: 
 
“Has any member of the Student Lifecycle Project Board been awarded a salary 
increase, or a one off payment, since 1st October 2009?   If so, please provide the name 
of the person, date of the award, the amount of the award and the justification for the 
award.” 
 
University’s Response 
 
Two members of the Student Lifecycle Project Board were awarded one off payments as a 
result of Principal’s Review Board in 2008/09 (one payment of £3,000 and one payment of 
£4,000 paid in December 2009).  In 2009/10 three members of the Student Lifecycle Project 
Board were awarded one off payments as a result of Principal’s Review Board (two payments 
of £2,000 and one payment of £4,000 paid in May 2010). 
 
The identity of those members of the Student Lifecycle Project Board who received one off 
payments have been withheld as the identities are considered as personal data as defined in 
the Data Protection Act 1998.   Therefore the exemption from release of the information 
applies as specified under sections 38(1)(b) and 38(2) of the Freedom of Information 
(Scotland) Act 2002. This exemption is an absolute exemption under the Freedom of 
Information (Scotland) Act 2002. 
 
Please note that the University has interpreted your request as the date when any payments 
were made. 
 
The supply of documents under the terms of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 
does not give the applicant or whoever receives the information any right to re-use it in such a 
way that might infringe the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (for example, by making 
multiple copies, publishing or otherwise distributing the information to other individuals and the 
public). The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (Consequential Modifications) Order 
 
DATA PROTECTION AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION OFFICE 
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2004 ensured that Section 50 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (“CDPA”) 
applies to the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (“FOISA”).   
 
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Doubledykes Road 
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Yours sincerely, 
 
 
 
 
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