Freedom of information
The Freedom of Information Acts 2014 gives you the legal right:
- To access your personal records and other official records of Dublin City Council
- To correct or update personal information held about you by Dublin City Council, where this information is incomplete, incorrect or misleading
- To be given the reasons behind any decisions taken by Dublin City Council that affect you
The Freedom of Information Act 2014 gives you a legal right to request any recorded information held by Dublin City Council
- You can ask for any information you think the council may hold. The right only covers recorded information.
- Your request can be in the form of a question, but the council does not have to answer your question if this would mean creating a new record or giving an opinion or judgement that is not already recorded.
- You should clearly identify the information you want.
- Some information may not be given to you because it is exempt, for example because it would unfairly reveal personal details about another person.
Dublin City Council, Freedom of Information Officer, Information Management Unit, Corporate Services Department, Civic Offices,Wood Quay, Dublin 8
Tel: 01 2223775