Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act covers information relating to the way Nottingham Trent University is governed and how decisions are made.

It includes information on the legal status of the University, which individual members of staff or groups within the organisation are responsible for specific functions and where they fit in the overall structure of the organisation.

In some instances information from committee minutes will be exempt from disclosure where it contains personal information; information that may damage the commercial interests of the institution or that may threaten the health and safety of specific individuals.

Please see our publication scheme.

Guide to information

Requesting information

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 you are allowed to ask the University to provide you with any information held by the University.

The University already makes public large quantities of the information that it holds and a description of all that we publish is available in our Publication Scheme. Before submitting any request you are advised to check the University’s Publication Scheme to determine whether the information you require is already available.

If you wish to make an enquiry about data held by the University which does not seem to be already available, please write directly to Legal Services, Nottingham Trent University, 50 Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 4FQ or complete the online request form and return it online, by email or by post to Legal Services.

Internal review procedure

Download details of our internal review procedure.

If you wish to make an enquiry about data held by the University which does not seem to be already available, please email us or write directly to:

Legal Services
Nottingham Trent University
50 Shakespeare Street
Nottingham
NG1 4FQ

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