Open data involves the release of data so that anyone can access, use and share it.
The data is available in both a 'human-readable' format , such as PDF, and in open 'machine-readable' format that is not dependent on any specific software, such as CSV or XML.
You can download and use the data in a variety of ways. All that we ask is that you use it in accordance with the Open Government Licence which explains what you can and cannot do with the data.
Some data may be redacted (removed), to comply with exemptions under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. For example, information may be redacted if it is personal data or is commercially sensitive.
The data on this page can be used for research, reporting or publication. The information cannot be edited or used selectively to distort or misrepresent the data as a whole.
Please see our Re-Use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015 guidance for more information about how to apply to reuse our data.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas for data you would like to see published.
Our Publication Scheme also includes more information about how we make decisions and spend money.
Details of requests received under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 is available on our disclosure log.
Principal Information Governance Officer
Derby City Council