The Reuse of Public Sector Information Regulations are intended to encourage and make it easier to re-use information produced by public organisations.
Reuse means the use of information for any purpose other than that for which it was originally produced. For example, this would mean an individual, company or other organisation taking information that we have produced and republishing it or using it to produce a new resource.
You can find out more about reusing public sector information below:
Public sector information means any information which is produced, held or distributed by a public sector body as part of its public task.
This information can be in any format and includes reports, financial data, codes of practices, public records, statistics, images, press releases, publication schemes and information which the council holds the copyright to.
Some information cannot be released under the regulations:
You must submit your request in writing and include
You should send your request to us using the details at the foot of this page.
When dealing with your request, we will
When reusing the information, you must acknowledge Clackmannanshire Council.
There may be some conditions on reuse, but we will try to keep them to a minimum.
The Open Government Licence allows reuse of public sector information without charge for any purpose, commercial or otherwise, with few conditions.
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