The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act gives members of the public a right to request access to all types of recorded information held by public authorities, promoting a culture of openness and accountability across the public sector.
Before submitting a request for information, you may wish to see if the information you require is available on our website.
How to make an FOI request
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According to the terms of the Freedom of Information Act, organisations are obliged to respond to a Freedom of Information Request within 20 working days of receiving the request.
The ICB’s Freedom of Information Policy is currently under review.
Information we cannot disclose under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA):
Release of information under FOI is release to the world, and a number of exemptions may apply to an FOI request which would result in the requested information not being provided. If the ICB wishes to claim an exemption, full details of which exemption and the rationale will be provided in their response to the FOI request. Public authorities are not allowed to take account of the identity of the person making the request, or their motives, when deciding what information will be disclosed in response to an FOI request. The Data Protection Act (DPA) gives individuals a right of access to information we hold about them.
Read more about the Freedom of information Act, including exemptions, and the Data Protection Act at the Information Commissioner’s Office website here:
Previous requests log
The purpose of this page is to make individual Freedom Of Information (FOI) requests available to the widest possible public audience. We offer a full disclosure log where you can see all the requests and responses that have been issued by NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board under the Freedom of Information Act.
Requests received by the predecessor organisation Derby and Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group can be accessed on the archived website here.