Environmental Information Regulations
The Environmental Information Regulations (EIR) give the public a right of access to environmental information held by public authorities and some other organisations.
This right of access is similar to rights given by the Freedom of Information Act, but only covers information about the environment.
Under the EIR environmental information broadly means information about the elements of the environment. The elements include land, soil, air, water, biological organisms etc. It also includes any activities which may affect these elements, and analysis and data.
The (EIR) require us to publish environmental information electronically. This information is on our Environment pages.
The information that we publish includes:
If the environmental information that you require is not published on our web site, you can place a request with us by email:
Freedom of Information
Alternatively, you can make a request through our Freedom of Information service:
Emailing Freedom-of-Information@cheshirefire.gov.uk or telephoning 01606 868888
Or by writing to us at
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service (Freedom of Information)
For more guidance on the Environmental Information Regulations
Environmental Information Regulations (opens in new window)
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Last updated: Tuesday 03 September 2019