Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

This page tells you how to request information from us under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

The Act gives you the right to request information held on this website from its sponsoring organisation, the Department for International Trade. You can view the Act online at the National Archives website.

You can read more about the Freedom of Information Act on the Information Commissioner’s Office website.

Making a request

Any person of any nationality has the right to request access to information held by us. You can request information of any age and for any purpose. All recorded information that we hold is covered by the Act.

If you would like to request information under the Freedom of Information Act please write to us at:

Information Rights Unit

The Department for International Trade

1 Victoria Street

London

SW1H 0ET

More information on making FOI requests can be found here.

Freedom of Information Publication Scheme

The Freedom of Information Act requires us to tell members of the pubic how they can find information that is routinely made available. More information about this requirement can be found on the Information Commissioner’s Office website.

This website’s sponsoring body, the Department for International Trade, publishes the majority of its information on the GOV.UK website. If the information is not available via the Department for International Trade's website or on this website, you can request it under the Freedom of Information Act.