However you should note that the supply of information in response to an environmental request does not confer an automatic right to re-use the information. Under UK copyright law you can re-use any information supplied for your own purposes, the purposes of private study or non-commercial research without requiring permission. Similarly, information supplied can also be re-used for the purposes of news reporting, with the exception of photographs.
Most documents produced by a government department or agency can be re-used under the Open Government Licence (OGL) For further information about the OGL and about re-using Crown Copyright information please see The National Archives website.
Copyright in other documents may rest with a third party and you may need to apply for permission to re-use it. For information about obtaining permission from a third party see the Intellectual Property Office’s website.