18. In addition, the appellant has also asked the Council, as part of his request, to provide explanations where information has not been published and those explanations are not publicly available. Indeed, I note that the sample response provided to the appellant in relation to Strategic Housing Developments indicates that section 5 declarations have been published online by the Council. However, following the appellant’s indication in his request for an internal review that he could not find such declarations, the Council amended its position and informed him that those declarations were not, in fact, available on its website. It is therefore not clear that all of the information requested by the appellant is, in fact, publicly available. In other words, if the appellant were to follow the Council’s instructions and conduct his own searches and find, as the Council has already admitted, that certain information is not available, he would need to follow up with the Council to be provided with the explanations he has sought as part of his request. All of the information he has requested is therefore not publicly available.