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Freedom of Information
Act

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives any person of any age or nationality, anywhere in the world, the right to access certain official information held by public authorities in the UK.

Nest Corporation is a public authority which means you can request information from us if you want to. Your request must:

  • be in writing
  • be in the form of an email, letter or fax
  • give your name
  • give an address for correspondence – an email address is acceptable
  • describe the information requested as far as you possibly can.

How to request information

For guidance on applications including details of how to make a complaint in relation to a Freedom of Information request, please read the Freedom of Information guidance notes for applicants (PDF).

Before you make a request, you should check whether we've already published the information you’re looking for. Please go to our publications scheme to find out.

People across the UK face uncertainty as the coronavirus situation continues to develop.

If you want to know more about the impact of the pandemic on Nest pensions, please follow this link to We’re here to support you through COVID-19.

For now, we can only receive complaints via an email.

If you still want to make a request write to us at: secretariat@nestcorporation.org.uk.

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Nest’s order is the legal document that establishes the scheme and appoints Nest Corporation as the Trustee. This can only be amended by Parliament.

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Policy and procedures

We think it’s important to be clear about how we operate and what we do. We’ve set this out in documents like our corporate plans for the years ahead.

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Procurement

Nest Corporation works to comply with public sector procurement rules and principles.

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Gifts and hospitality

Nest publishes a register of any gifts and hospitality received or given by Board Members or our executive team each quarter.

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Complaints

We’re committed to dealing with any concerns you may have about Nest in a timely manner.

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How Nest is run

As a public corporation we have no owners or shareholders. This means we’re free to run the scheme in the interests of our members.

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News and press office

We regularly publish information and issue press releases to tell people about our work and developments at Nest.

See our news resources