The annual canvass of the Elector Register starts on 1 July 2020. The process has changed so please check your letter and follow the instructions carefully. More information visit our Annual Household canvass page.
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The Freedom of Information (FoI) Act 2000 gives you access to information that we hold, enabling you to find our more about what we do and how we make decisions.
The Act can't be used to access personal information that we hold about you. You can find out more about personal information on our Data Protection pages.
We publish a lot of information on our site which is available on our Publication Scheme.
Before making a request, please check our Disclosure Log in case the information you are looking for has already been requested. If you can't find what you are looking for, you can make a request using our online form.
We aim to provide the information to you within 20 working days, but will let you know if it will take longer. Sometimes it might take longer if;
Sometimes, information may be withheld under exceptions set out by the Regulations.
There is no charge for requesting information, and it is unlikely that you will be charged for information we provide to you. However, if a charge is identified then we will let you know before we proceed.
You can submit your request for information using our online form.
Requests can be hand delivered to the Maidstone Gateway in King Street or you can send them in the post to:
DX: 4819 MAIDSTONE
Information and guidance is also available from the Information Commissioner.
If you feel that your personal information has not been handled correctly, we will try to resolve any issues. However, if you're not happy with the resolution, then you can make a complaint in accordance with our complaints procedure.
If you aren't happy with the outcome of the complaint process, you can report your concerns to the Information Commissioner.