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Overview

How to access information

We publish a lot of information about the work of the London Fire Brigade and about the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority as a public authority. There are a number of ways to access this information:

  1. Site search – most of the information we proactively publish can be found on this website using the navigation at the top of this page or by using the search.
  2. Publication scheme – we also publish information using our publication scheme. A publication scheme is a guide to the information an authority routinely makes available to the public and wherever possible provides an easy method of accessing this information.
  3. Freedom of Information search – you can check to see if we have given the information before as a result of someone else’s request. You can search through previous responses here.
  4. LFEPA Library – you can explore decisions and papers taken by the Authority and its committees in the LFEPA Library.
  5. You can also write to us to ask for information we hold using the details below.

Requesting information from the London Fire Brigade

If you cannot find the information you are looking for from the information already available, then please contact us. You can either submit an online form, email your request to our Information Access Team at informationaccess@london-fire.gov.uk or you can write to us at:

Information Access Team
London Fire Brigade HQ
169 Union Street
London
SE1 0LL 

Freedom of Information online form

Freedom of Information online form

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