This publication scheme specifies the categories of information that the department and its agencies regularly publish and explains how to get that information.
You can find specific documents for this department using the publication search.
If the information you want is not routinely published, you can make a request for it.
You can also search through previous responses to freedom of information requests.
Who we are and what we do
The information published within this category covers our organisational details, structures, locations and contacts. This includes:
- our roles and responsibilities
- our terms of reference
- the organisational chart for the LPC secretariat
- our contact details
What we spend and how we spend it
In this category, we regularly publish financial information about projected and actual income, expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audits. This includes:
What our priorities are and how we are doing
This category covers departmental strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews, including:
Lists and registers
In this category, we publish details of the department’s public registers, asset registers and disclosure logs, including:
The services we offer
What we don’t publish
We generally don’t publish information that is:
- protected from disclosure
- in draft form
- no longer readily available
Archived information previously on our website is available from the National Archives website.
Freedom of information
If you can’t find the information you need on this site, you can make a Freedom of information (FOI) request. Please be specific about the information you want, as this will help us find it for you.
Freedom of Information requests
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Alternatives formats and languages
We do not routinely publish documents in languages other than English. However, at our discretion and subject to demand, information listed in the publication scheme can be made available in other languages or formats, including braille, textphone, audio cassette, CD or large print.
Different copyright restrictions apply to individual documents listed within this publication scheme.
Those that are available free of charge may be printed off or downloaded for private research, study, or in-house use only. If you copy or reproduce them, please ensure that:
- the material is reproduced accurately and not in a misleading context
- the status of the material is identified
- the source of the material acknowledged
Printed publications that are marked as having ‘Crown Copyright’ and are priced cannot be copied or reproduced without permission. Permission to do so must be obtained from the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office. Further information can be found on the Office of Public Sector Information’s website.
Feedback and complaints about the scheme
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