Guide to the FOI Act

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI) is a law giving people the general right to see recorded information held by public authorities.  

The FOI Act helps people get a better understanding of how public authorities, such as Daventry District Council, carry out their duties, make decisions and spend public money. 


How to make a request

Frequently asked FOI requests

The Council's Guide to Information - This provides details of the information the Council routinely publish


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