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Here you will find previous Freedom of Information requests and responses. Use the headings to navigate to your area of interest.

We also publish various data sets on our Open Data page where you can find our expenditure / spend data, food hygiene ratings and other information.

If you cannot find the information you are looking for you can submit a new request at the Freedom of Information page.

* Datasets are updated regularly. Some data may therefore be exempt under Section 22 of the FOIA, intended for future publication, or Regulation 12(4)(d) of the EIR, as incomplete data. More details can be found at ICO – Section 22 or ICO – EIR 12(4)(d).

Animal Health and Trading Standards


Please also see our Cemeteries and Burials webpage.

Electric Vehicle charging

Electric Vehicle information, including charging points

Environmental Health





Many statistics are available online:

Housing (


Organisational Chart

Meet the team – Organisational chart


Registrar information

Datasets regarding births, deaths, marriages are published on the Office of National Statistics (ONS) website.

Please see these direct links for some frequently asked information:

Births, deaths and marriages – Office for National Statistics (

Death registrations and occurrences by local authority and place of death – Office for National Statistics


Primary School directory

Secondary School directory

Social Services

Many statistics are available online:

Health and social care (

Social Services Performance and Improvement Framework (

Guidance on the metrics reported is available at

Adult Services

Street Services

We do not record information on trees in a way that allows us to report “x number of trees were planted / cut down”, as it’s more than one team that may do so and none of it is recorded centrally. To collate this information would require a manual search through many invoices relating to ‘trees’, and this would create a disruptive level of resource diversion. We are therefore applying Regulation 12(4)(b) of the Environmental Information Regulations. We do however have records of trees purchased and planted in MCC. Within the data, 1475 whips and 23 trees were planted on MHA owned public open spaces by MCC under contract. In addition to the trees we have planted 182 honeysuckle whips and 233 dog rose whips within hedges and woodland copse planting to increase biodiversity value.  They have been included in the numbers as they are purchased in the bulk of buying tree whips.

Total number of trees for town centres are:

Chepstow x9 all Carpinus Fastigiata

Monmouth x16 – x8 Prunus accolade and X8 Carpinus Fastigiata

Waste and Recycling

Fly tipping


Waste Management

Many statistics on Waste Management are available online:


My Recycling Wales

WasteDataFlow Waste Management