Freedom of Information Request

The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 means that the public can access information about the Western Trust. This law, which came into force on 1 January 2005, means that anyone, anywhere can ask for any information we hold.

Personal Information Request

The FOI Act provides access to official information held by the Trust (e.g. corporate or business information) and not to information of a personal nature. Requests for personal information will be dealt with under the Data Protection Act.

Do not use the below form to request personal information. Information of a personal nature cannot be accessed under the FOI Act. For information about obtaining your own personal information – click here.

Freedom of Information Request

All FOI requests must be submitted in writing and clearly describe the information required. If you want to make a Freedom of Information request, please email:

or send a letter to:

FOI Office
Lime Villa
Gransha Park
Clooney Road
BT47 6WJ

Alternatively you can complete the following form which will be submitted to our FOI office and we will confirm receipt. Don’t forget to provide your contact details so we can reply to your request.