Freedom of Information

Much of our data is already published, check the Open Data section to see if the information you want is available. We will do our best to provide you with any information you ask for, provided there is no restriction on disclosing it.

The Authority's Publication Scheme gives full details of the information already published and available for public view.

Search for requests for information below, you can search for a single year, or all years

If you want information which is not available already, complete and return a Request for Information Form

Request a paper form

Phone: 01626 832093

Email: hq@dartmoor.gov.uk

Visit: Dartmoor National Park Authority, Bovey Tracey, Devon TQ13 9JQ

When we receive your request:

  • we may contact you to clarify some details
  • if we already publish the information, we will tell you how to find it
  • if we hold the information, we will copy it and provide it in your preferred format
  • if it’s a large search and copy request we may charge a fee to cover costs; we will tell you how much it is so you can choose whether you want to continue
  • if we can’t provide all or part of the information you’ve requested, we will explain why.

If you are unhappy with a refusal to disclose information, we can review your request. If you are still unhappy you can contact the Information Commissioner.

Freedom of Information legislation

There are three specific and separate legal rights for you to make a formal request for information.

We have adopted a Data Protection Charter which sets out what you can expect from us when we handle your personal information. To make an enquiry about your personal data you will need to submit a Subject Access Request Form

To ask for a paper form or get advice about your request:

Phone: 01626 832093

Email: hq@dartmoor.gov.uk

Visit: Dartmoor National Park Authority, Bovey Tracey, Devon TQ13 9JQ

If you feel that you're being denied access to personal information you're entitled to, or that your information has not been handled correctly, you can contact the Information Commissioner. Complaints are usually dealt with informally by the ICO, but if this isn't possible they can take enforcement action.