Corporate Information Manager
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
- Information Commissioner's Office
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- Environmental information definition
- Make a request
- Refusing a request
- Information use
Environmental information definition
For a full definition please see the Environmental Information Regulations part one, section two. In summary, environmental information is any information about the environment.
Make a request
If you cannot find the environmental information you are looking for on this website you can request it under the Environmental Information Regulations.
Information request form [PDF, 168.6KB]
Please email the completed form to email@example.com, return to a Council office, or send to Information Requests, Plymouth City Council, Plymouth, Devon.
Information may be withheld if an exception applies and the public interest in withholding the information is greater than the public interest in disclosing it.
Details of exceptions which may apply can be found in The Environmental Information Regulations 2004 , part three, section 12.
If your request is refused you will be told which exception/s apply to the request and your right to appeal against the decision.
Information covered by our publication scheme will be sent to you as quickly as possible.
A response will be sent to any request within 20 working days. This timescale may be extended if necessary if a qualified exemption is being considered requiring an assessment of the balance of public interest. You will however be notified of this and the estimated date of response.
If we are unable to identify the information requested we will contact you to clarify your request. The 20 working days will then start from the date when the request is clarified.
If a charge applies you will be advised of the amount and asked to confirm that you wish to continue the request.
The information supplied to you continues to be protected by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. You are free to use it for your own purposes, non-commercial research or news reporting. Any other reuse, for example commercial publication, would require the permission from us.
If you are not satisfied with the way your request has been handled you may ask for an internal review to take place.