Freedom of information
We give the public access to recorded information.
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI) gives members of the public a general right of access to recorded information held by public authorities, including Invest Northern Ireland (subject to certain exemptions). It also requires public authorities to adopt and maintain a Publication Scheme.
We routinely publish information on this website to comply with the Model Publication Scheme as defined by the Information Commissioner’s Office, the regulator for FOI. By referring to the publication scheme - definition document for Invest Northern Ireland (PDF), you will be able to see what information we publish and where, for some reason, we have decided not to routinely disclose information.
Most of the information we make available can be accessed through our website by using the search facility. If you cannot find information through the search engine or the Publications section, and we have indicated in the Definition document that the information is routinely available, this may be because the information cannot be loaded onto our website. In such circumstances please contact Invest NI via email@example.com to request the information directly.
Accessing information not included in the publication scheme
If you can’t find the information you are looking for on the site you can contact us to request it under the Freedom of Information Act.
Your request must:
- Be in writing (this includes email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
- State your name and an address for correspondence (includes email).
- Describe the information you require.