If calling please ask for:
Kenny McKaig 01382
Freedom of Information Request Reference No. 20180510003
I refer to your request of 10/05/2018
Sections 25(1) and 25(2)(a) of the Freedom of Information Act provide that information is exempt and does not require
to be disclosed if the information can be reasonably obtained other than by requesting it under Section 1(1) of the Act
even if payment is required for access to it.
I therefore refuse your request.
The following link will take you to a portal that contains a service directory of all organisations that the Health
& Social Care Partnership commissions or are linked with:
Please could you send me a spreadsheet with all support services commissioned by or connected to your council?
e.g. drugs services, mental health, accommodation etc.
The information I need is: Categories (drugs/health); name; brief description; telephone number(s); email address(es);
postal address (with post code); opening hours; other criteria (e.g. age groups/ethnicity/gender); and any other
information that you hold (e.g. contact person).
I can send you a pen drive or other device if you need it.
I am requesting the same from all other local authorities in England because I am putting together a website with all of
this information (free to access to the public - there will not be any charge for the local authority either). I am making
this request as an individual, not as a business or organisation.
Your Right to Appeal
If you are unhappy with this reply you may require the Council to review its actions and decisions in relation to your
The requirement for review must:-
be in writing or other permanent form (please address it to me);
state your name and give an address for correspondence;
specify the original request for information and the matter which gives rise to your dissatisfaction; and
be made within 40 working days of the date of this response, although the Council may, if it considers it
appropriate to do so, consider requirements for review after that time has passed.
Your requirement for review will be dealt with by the Chief Executive. He will reply to you in writing promptly and in any
event within 20 working days. He may:-
confirm my decision with or without modification;
substitute a different decision for my decision;
and will give you his reasons for so doing.
If you are unhappy with the Chief Executive's decision you may then appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner.
You must submit your appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner within six months of receiving the Chief
Executive's decision. Further details on the Scottish Information Commissioner's appeal procedure can be found using
the direct link www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal or email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (01334)
464610 or write to Scottish Information Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16