Freedom of information

It is our responsibility to make publications available, through the adoption of a publication scheme, which promotes greater transparency and accountability across the public sector.

Most publications can be downloaded from the website; however it is your right, under the  Freedom of Information Act 2000, to request any information which the University has not made available.

Send your requests to:

Robert Melville
Assistant University Secretary
Rochester House
St George’s Place
Canterbury
Kent
CT1 1UT

E: foi@canterbury.ac.uk

For more information download our Introduction to Freedom of Information document.

Publication Scheme

Our Publication Scheme describes the information we publish or intend to publish. There are seven main groups (and the classes within them) that form the Publication Scheme for Canterbury Christ Church University. No one single class has a higher status.

There is an indication whether the information is available on the web (where a URL is provided) or only in a paper form (paper). There is an intention to make as much information available online as is appropriate, and we are in the process of transforming paper copies to online versions.

Information the University does not currently hold is stated. The University keeps this under review, and would publish information in these classes should there be a change.

Where only paper copies are available, these can be made on application to the manager concerned. Unless otherwise indicated, you should use the Canterbury address:

Canterbury Christ Church University
Rochester House
St George’s Place
Canterbury
Kent
CT1 1UT

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