Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 gives legal rights of access to non-personal information held by a public authority on submission of a written request. When an individual or organisation makes a request, we must confirm or deny whether we have the information. Unless the information requested falls into one of several categories of exempt information, we must supply what has been requested. If we refuse to provide some or all of the requested information on the grounds that it is exempt, we will explain the reason for doing so.
Is the information already available?
A lot of information about the council and the way we carry out our business is already available on this website, also the council's publication scheme. To search for information, please use the A-Z or search box. Some useful pages include:
Constitution of the London Borough of Bromley
Council budgets and spending
Council departments and organisational structure
Payments to suppliers over £500
Register of Members' interests
Senior officer salaries
Tenders and contracts
Make a request
If you cannot find the information you want on our website, the quick and easy way to make an information request is to use our online form. We aim to respond to requests as soon as possible and within 20 working days as specified by the Act. If you prefer, you can make a request by letter or use our information request form, but using our online form will ensure your request gets through to the area of the council that can best respond to your enquiry as quickly and efficiently as possible. You can also find guidance about how to make an information request.
If you are dissatisfied with the way we have handled a request you can request a review.
Freedom of information
Tel: 020 8464 3333
Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley, BR1 3UH