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Freedom of Information


Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, every public authority has a duty to provide access to the information they publish.

The Trust has two main duties under the Act: To have a Publication Scheme and to deal with individual information requests from the public.

Publication Scheme

View a list of information available in our Publication Scheme.

Read our frequently asked questions here.

Freedom of Information requests

If you are unable to find what you are looking for, we provide details on how you can contact us for help.

You must write to:  
Freedom of Information
Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Arundel Road
West Sussex
N13 3EP
Fax: 01903 843001

Email: foi@sussexpartnership.nhs.uk

How it works

Requests must be in writing and must include your name and an address (either postal or email). Please try to be as specific as possible about the information that you would like, as this will help us to respond accurately and promptly. Where possible, please include a contact telephone number so that we can contact you to discuss your request if necessary.

Please note that we cannot accept requests via SMS (text messages).

We will respond to your request promptly and within 20 working days. The Act allows us to extend this deadline if we need to clarify your request with you, if we are charging you a fee, or if we are considering the public interest test. We will always acknowledge receipt of FOI requests made to the above address and we will let you know if we need to extend the deadline.