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2013 Mill Lane
Wingerworth
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Derbyshire
S42 6NG
Telephone 01246 231111

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  • Attending Council Meetings Open or Close

     Members of the public are welcome to attend the public parts of meetings of the Council, Cabinet and Committees. Before attending a Council meeting please read the guidance on public attendance that can be downloaded here.

     

  • Meeting Schedule and Committee Papers Open or Close

     

    All Council and Committee meetings appear in the Council’s Meeting Schedule which runs from May to April.

    The Meeting Schedule is available to view here.

    Please be advised that meeting dates, start times and locations may be altered during the year. The front page of the website gives details of upcoming meetings and when the agenda is published, this will state the time and location of the meeting.

    The agendas, reports and minutes for each meeting are published 5 clear working days in advance. You can view minutes and agendas in our document library here.

     

  • Petitions and Community Governance Reviews Open or Close

    Petitions

    North East Derbyshire District Council has adopted a Petitions Scheme which sets out how the Council will respond to petitions that fall within the scope of the scheme.

    The Petitions Scheme is available to view here.

    For more information on Petitions, please contact the Governance Manager on (01246 217753) or email the Monitoring Officer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Community Governance Reviews

    The Council can undertake a review for example, to establish a new parish council, or to revise parish boundaries where there have been significant changes in population, or to react to a specific new or local issue.

    Community Governance Reviews may also be triggered by local people presenting a petition to the Council. For a petition to be valid it must meet specified criteria which includes:

    • It should define the area to which the review relates on a map or otherwise and refer to identifiable fixed boundaries;
    • It must specify one or more proposed recommendations for review;
    • It must contain the requisite number of signatures of people included on the electoral register for the affected area. For an area of less than 500 local electors - 50%, for an area with between 500 and 2,500 local electors - at least 250, for an area with more than 2,500 electors - at least 10%.

    Whenever a Community Governance Review is undertaken, we will publish the Terms of Reference and carry out public consultation before putting forward recommendations for Council to approve a Community Governance Order. The process should normally take no more than 12 months to conclude, however any boundary changes will not come into effect until the next election has taken place for the affected parish(es).

  • Registering to Speak at Planning Committee Open or Close

     The Council is committed to enabling public involvement in the planning process and we provides the opportunity for people to speak at Planning Committee to amplify points raised in submissions or representations made on planning applications.  

    Guidance on public participation in Planning Committee be downloaded here. Please read this guidance before registering to speak.

    To register to speak on an application, you can complete and return the supply slip you have received by post. Alternatively you can register online here. Please have the application number to hand.
     
    For further information on this scheme please contact Donna Cairns, Senior Governance Officer on 01246 217045.
  • Submitting Questions to the Council Open or Close

    If there is information you would like to receive from the Council, we recommend that you contact the Council via the Contact Us information through the link at the top of the page.

    If you would like to contact an individual Councillor, their contact details are also available through the My Councillor link at the top of the page.

    If you would like to ask a question of a Member of the Cabinet in a public meeting, the Council Procedure Rules allow the public to submit questions to full meetings of the Council.

    Guidance on the procedure for submitting questions to Council meetings is available here.

Committee Governance and Constitution

  • Chair of the Council Open or Close

    Councillor Smith, who represents Unstone Ward, was elected Chair of the Council May 2017.  

    The Chair attends a variety of engagements during her civic year such as formal ceremonies, awards presentations, galas, church services, opening new premises, visiting schools and local businesses, as well as hosting a number of civic functions. 

    To invite the Chair to your event, please contact the Chair's Office on 01246 217003.

    Whilst in office, the Chair is given the opportunity to raise funds for a charity, Councillor Smith has chosen The Elm Foundation and Sexual Abuse Service and Sheffield Hospitals Charity the Spinal Cord Injury Centre.

     

    Cllr Smith has chosen to raise money for The Elm Foundation and Sexual Abuse Service because of the valuable work they do helping vulnerable women, men and children in our area. The Elm Foundation and Sexual Abuse Service is a specialist and experienced provider of domestic abuse services. Its primary purpose is to support all victims of domestic abuse in the local area. It was established in 1985 when it opened its first refuge.

    While Sheffield Hospitals Charity the Spinal Cord Injury Centre was chosen after Cllr Smith’s best friend suffered a spinal injury following a car accident and spent eight months in the centre. The Spinal Cord Injury Centre, based at Sheffield’s Northern General Hospital, treats patients who have injured their spinal cord and is the second largest specialist centre in the country.

     Each year over 8,500 patients visit the centre from across Derbyshire, Sheffield and South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. A number of events will now take place over the coming months to raise money for the two charities.

     

    To invite the Chair to your event, please contact the Chair's Office on 01246 217003.

     

     

  • Committees, Agendas and Minutes Open or Close

    This section of the site provides you with agendas, reports and minutes of the main meetings of the Council, and also provides a guide to the decisions the Council has taken and is planning to take in the future.

    You can view minutes and agendas in our document library here

    Also, if you would like to view Agendas and Minutes from Derbyshire County Council, then please go to  Derbyshire County Council's Meetings & Decisions section of their website and then choose the relevant Committee.

  • Constitution Open or Close

    We have adopted a Constitution which sets out how we operate and how we make decisions. 

    Our constitution is in several parts:- 

    • In Part 1 is a Summary of the Constitution;

    • In Part 2 are 12 articles which explain how key parts of the Council work; 

    • In Part 3 are details about who can do what in the Council;

    • In Part 4 are detailed rules about how particular things operate; 

    • In Part 5 are codes and protocols about how Councillors and staff should behave and details of what Councillors can be paid; 

    • In Part 6 is an A – Z of the Constitution where the meanings of particular words within the Constitution are given. 

    A full copy of our Constitution is available to download.

  • Councillors Open or Close

    Councillors - Who We Are

    Cabinet - Who We Are

    To find your local councillor, please use the My Councillor button on this page. You can search by Ward or simply enter your postcode.

  • Councillors Allowances Open or Close

     

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with regulation 16 of the above regulations that North East Derbyshire District Council has made its Members’ Allowance Scheme for the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018.

    In accordance with regulation 19 the Scheme has been made having regard to the recommendations of the Independent Remuneration Panel in its reports in March 2017.  Schedule One below shows the main features of the Panel’s and the Authority’s response to each one. Schedules Two and Three show the main features of the Scheme and the amounts payable to Members in respect of each allowance.  Copies of the Members Allowance Scheme may be inspected at the principal office of the Council at 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, during normal office hours - Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm.  Records of payments made under the Scheme may be inspected at the above-mentioned principal office however the documents are available to view below.  Members of the public may take copies of such documents on payment of such reasonable fee as the Council may determine.

    SCHEDULE ONE- INDEPENDENT REMUNERATION PANEL’S RECOMMENDATIONS AND THE AUTHORITY’S RESPONSE

    Recommendation

    Authority’s response, given at time scheme was approved

    That a singular 1% increase be adopted to all Special Responsibility Allowances and the Basic Allowance commencing 1 April 2017 for the current year only.

    Agreed

    SCHEDULE TWO- THE 2017/18 MEMBERS’ ALLOWANCE SCHEME

    Element

    Annual Amount

    Annual Basic Allowance payable to each member

    £   5,223.03

    Annual Special Responsibility Allowances:

    Leader

    £ 18,133.97

    Deputy Leader

    £ 13,030.74

    Cabinet Members

    £   8,311.14       

    Scrutiny Committee Chair and Standards Committee Chair

    £   3,967.92

    Scrutiny Committee Vice Chair, Standards Committee Vice Chair and Planning Vice Chair

    £   1,319.86

    Planning  Committee Chair

    £   7,935.82

    Council Chair

    £   5,013.59

    Council Vice Chair

    £     834.04

    Main Opposition Group Leader

    £   5,013.59

    The mileage allowances payable (approved duties below)

    45 pence per mile

    Annual Co-optees Allowance

    £     516.11

    Childcare or dependents allowances to be payable

    £7.05 per hour

     

    SCHEDULE THREE- DUTIES WHICH ATTRACT TRAVEL ALLOWANCE

     

    1. Meetings of the Council, Committees, Cabinet, Advisory Groups, pre-agenda meetings, briefings or other meetings invited to by an officer

    2. Meetings of outside bodies, appointed to as the Council’s representative

    3. A Member Development conference or seminar

    4. Evidence gathering activity undertaken by a scrutiny committee.

    5. Any hearing or tribunal asked to attend to give evidence

    6. Chair and Vice Chair – any duties connected with their role as the Council’s civic ambassador and one day per week to sign legal documents

    7. Specified number of days per week in connection with council business for Cabinet members, chairs and vice chairs of scrutiny committees, the chair of standards committee and the leader of the minority groups.

    Further details of the Members Allowances Scheme can be found within the Council’s Constitution.

    Below is a list of allowances and expenses paid to Members for the following years:

     

    2017/18

    2016/17

    2015/16

    2014/15

    2013/14

  • Councillors Code of Conduct Open or Close

    Councillors are subject to a Code of Conduct which governs their behaviour when carrying out official duties. This Code forms part of our Constitution.

    The Code of Conduct covers matters such as declarations of interest, treating others with respect, not bringing the Council into disrepute. If you have concern about the conduct of a councillor (District, Parish or Town Council) and you think they have breached the Code, you are entitled to make a complaint. This should be done in writing using a complaint form and sent to the Monitoring Officer, North East Derbyshire District Council, Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Derbyshire, S42 6NG. The complainant should ensure that they have clearly identified the breaches of the Code they are alleging against the Councillor. The complaint cannot be about a Council decision or service delivery issue. We have produced a summary of the complaints process for ease of understanding.

    Complaints are assessed by the Monitoring Officer who is responsible for deciding how each complaint is dealt with. The Monitoring Officer will decide, following consultation with an independent person, if the complaint is within the jurisdiction of the Code and if there should be an investigation, or if other action should be taken to address the complaint or the conduct of the Member, or if no further action is to be taken.

    If a complaint is investigated it may lead to a Standards Committee Hearing and a sanction against the councillor concerned.

  • Delegated Decisions Open or Close

    Delegated Decisions

    The following executive decisions have been made by officers under delegated powers.

    They are recorded and published in accordance with the Local Authority (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012.

    You can view the delegated decisions in our document library here

     

  • Key Decisions Open or Close

    Key Decisions

    A Key Decision is an executive decision which is likely to:

    • Result in the Authority incurring expenditure which is, or the making of savings which are, significant having regard to the Authority's budget for the service or function to which the decision relates; or

    • Be significant in terms of its effects on communities living or working in an area comprising two or more wards within the District.

    Please find the latest key decisions made by clicking here.

  • MPs and MEPs Open or Close
  • Scrutiny Open or Close

    Overview and Scrutiny helps to inform the Council’s decision making and policy development, and drive improvement in public services. It does this by monitoring the work of the council and making recommendations on the way services are provided.

    An Annual Report is published each year, which takes a look back at the work of the Overview and Scrutiny Committees for the past 12 months. 

    Annual Scrutiny Report 2017-18

    Annual Scrutiny Report 2016-17

    Annual Scrutiny Report 2015-16

    Annual Scrutiny Report 2014-15

    Annual Scrutiny Report 2013-14

    Audit and Corporate Governance Scrutiny Committee
    The Members of the Audit & Governance Scrutiny Committee are as follows;

    Cllr B Barnes Cllr G Butler Cllr S J Ellis Cllr A Garrett Cllr G Hopkinson
    Cllr G Morley - Chair Cllr D Skinner - Chair Cllr Mrs C A Smith - Vice Chair Cllr M E Thacker  

    The relevant documents for each meeting of the Audit and Corporate Governance Scrutiny Committee can be found here

    Communities Scrutiny Committee

    The Communities Scrutiny Committee has responsibility for scrutinising issues relating to:-

    • Statutory Crime and Disorder
    • Community Safety
    • Leisure
    • Health and Well Being
    • Street Scene
    • Environment Health (including Licensing)
    • Inclusion
    • Equality
    • Housing Management
    • Emergency Planning
    • Estates and Property

     The members of the Communities Scrutiny Committee are:-  

    Councillor W Armitage Councillor B Barnes Councillor L Blanshard Councillor M Foster  
    Councillor C Hunt Councillor T Reader - Chair Councillor L Robinson Councillor C Tite - Vice Chair  

     The relevant douments for each meeting of the Communities Scrutiny Committee can be viewed here.

    Growth Scrutiny Committee

    The Growth Scrutiny has responsibility for scrutinising issues relating to:- 

    • Local Enterprise Partnership and Combined Authorities
    • Business/Economy
    • Economic Development
    • Regeneration
    • Asset Management
    • Planning
    • Tourism
    • Partnerships
    • Strategic Housing - Housing Strategy

    The members of the Growth Scrutiny Committee are:- 

    Councillor S Boyle Councillor C Cupit Councillor S Cornwell Councillor A Powell Councillor B Rice
    Councillor C Smith  Councillor R Smith - Vice Chair Councillor K Tait Councillor J Windle - Chair  

    The relevant douments for each meeting of the Communities Scrutiny Committee can be viewed here.

    Organisation Scrutiny Committee

    The Organisation Scrutiny Committee has responsibility for scrutinising issues relating to:- 

    • Audit
    • Communication and Consultation
    • Customer Services
    • Finance
    • Governance
    • Human Resources
    • ICT
    • Legal
    • Procurement
    • Revenue and Benefits
    • Scrutiny
    • Strategy and Performance
    • Shared Services
    • Commissioning/De-Commissioning Services
    • Self Regulation
    • Transformation Programme
    • Employees 

    The members of the Organisation Scrutiny Committee are:- 

    Councillor J Barry Councillor A Dale Councillor B Lewis Councillor T Mansbridge - Vice Chair Councillor B Ridgway
    Councillor L Robinson Councillor R Welton Councillor J Windle Councillor B Wright  Councillor D Skinner - Chair

    The relevant douments for each meeting of the Communities Scrutiny Committee can be viewed here.

    Scrutiny Reviews

    Each year, the Overview and Scrutiny Committees carry out a number of themed reviews. Please use the links below to view by year.

    2017 / 2018

    Domestic Abuse Scrutiny Report Tourism and Growth Scrutiny Report
       

     

     

    2016 / 2017

    A61 Scrutiny Review The Impact of Town Centre Environments on Community Safety
       

    2015 / 2016

    Environmental Despoilment Scrutiny Report 2015/16 Vacant Land Scrutiny Review Report 2015/16
    Performance Related Pay Scrutiny Review 2015/16 Admin arrangements Scrutiny Review 2015/16
    Safeguarding Arrangements Review 2015/16  

    2014 / 2015

    Anti Social Behaviour and Young People Scrutiny Mental Health Services Scrutiny Review
    Working with Parish and Town Councils Scrutiny Review  

    2013 / 2014

    The Allocations Experience Scrutiny Review The Relationship Between the Council and Rykneld Homes Scrutiny Review
    Tourism Scrutiny Review  

    2012 / 2013

    Child Poverty Scrutiny Review Joint ICT Service Scrutiny Review
    Welfare Reforms Scrutiny Review  

    2011 / 2012

    Income Generation Scrutiny Review Safeguarding Children Scrutiny Review

     

    If you have a specific enquiry regarding our Scrutiny Committees that is not answered on these webpages, please complete the general enquiry form on the Contact Us button above ,or contact us using the contact details on the right of this page. 

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  • National Fraud Initiative Open or Close

    We are required by law to protect the public funds we administer. We may share information provided to us with other bodies responsible for; auditing, or administering public funds, or where undertaking a public function, in order to prevent and detect fraud.

    The Cabinet Office is responsible for carrying out data matching exercises.

    Data matching involves comparing computer records held by one body against other computer records held by the same or another body to see how far they match. This is usually personal information. Computerised data matching allows potentially fraudulent claims and payments to be identified. Where a match is found it may indicate that there is an inconsistency which requires further investigation. No assumption can be made as to whether there is fraud, error or other explanation until an investigation is carried out.

    We participate in the Cabinet Office’s National Fraud Initiative: a data matching exercise to assist in the prevention and detection of fraud. We are required to provide particular sets of data to the Minister for the Cabinet Office for matching for each exercise, as detailed here.

    The use of data by the Cabinet Office in a data matching exercise is carried out with statutory authority under Part 6 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014. It does not require the consent of the individuals concerned under the Data Protection Act 1998.

    Data matching by the Cabinet Office is subject to a Code of Practice.

    View further information on the Cabinet Office’s legal powers and the reasons why it matches particular information. For further information on data matching please telephone 01246 242424.

  • CCTV Open or Close

    Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras are used for a variety of purposes and are an effective way of reducing crime and protecting public safety. The Council also uses CCTV at its main buildings.

    The Council adheres to the ICO's CCTV Code of Practice. We also have strict internal controls in place to ensure that only authorised individuals can view and handle footage.

    Please note that footage is only kept for a prescribed time period typically between 14 to 28 days depending on the scheme. You may wish to contact us before submitting your request to check the retention period for the scheme in question.

  • Data Protection Open or Close

    The Data Protection Act 1998 promotes a culture of openness and fairness in those who process personal data (data controllers). North East Derbyshire District Council as a data controller complies with the Act. The Access to Data and Information policy outlines how the Council will ensure the public have access to data and information as appropriate. 

    You have the right to:

    • ask the Council if it holds personal information about you

    • ask what the information is used for

    • ask to be given a copy of the information held

    • ask whether the Council discloses your information to others and if so to whom

    • ask the Council to correct, erase or destroy any incorrect data

    • ask the Council not to use personal information about you for direct marketing purposes

    • ask the Council to stop processing which you consider is causing you unwarranted damage or distress

    • seek compensation if you have suffered damage caused by the Council’s contravention of the Act

    To make a subject access request you must apply in writing with:

    • your name and address

    • details of the service(s) holding your personal information

    • any other information (e.g. proof of ID, date of birth, rent or council tax number) that would help the Council identify your information

    • a fee of £10.00 for the provision of the information

    • Fill in the application form here

    The Council will provide help to make the request if you need it.

    Once your request has been received with the fee we will respond within 40 days:

    • telling you whether we hold information about you

    • providing you with copies of the information we hold

    • describing the purposes for which we process your data

    • listing to whom the information may have been disclosed

    • listing the sources of the information (if available)

    All enquiries including Subject Access Requests should be addressed to the Data Protection Officer. For further information on how to make a Subject Access Request including advice, template letters etc, please visit The Information Commissioner's website. Or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

  • Freedom of Information Open or Close

    The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 was introduced to promote a culture of openness and accountability in public authorities, by providing people with rights of access to information held by such authorities.  Anyone asking for information has the right to:

    • be told whether the information exists (except for absolute exemptions where we do not have to confirm or deny whether we have the information).

    • receive the information (unless it is exempt)

    • receive the information in the format requested (where possible).

    Our Access to Information Policy sets out how we will comply with the following Acts – Data Protection Act 1998, Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Environmental Information Regulations 2004

    The Publication Scheme

    The Publication Scheme
    Under the FOI Act 2000, all local authorities have to produce a Publication Scheme. This is a directory of information and publications that we already make available, so before you ask for any information, you should check whether it is included in our Publication Scheme. Please also see Transparency page for additional information

    How do I request information?
    A lot of information, often referred to as 'business as usual' requests is routinely available and all you have to do is contact the relevant section or department for the information you need. If you are not sure whether the information is already available, or who to contact, check the Publication Scheme.

    For information which is not routinely made available, then you will need to put your request in writing. This can be a letter, fax, email. It will help us to identify FOI requests if you state Freedom of Information at the top of your letter, fax or email. You do not have to tell us why you want the information, but it may help us to find exactly what you want if you do. Send your request to the Customer Service and Improvement (Freedom of Information), NEDDC, 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, S42 6NG. Or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We have to deal with these requests within 20 working days.

    Will I be charged for information?
    For information included in our Publication Scheme you may be charged for the cost of photocopying, printing and posting a copy of the relevant document(s). The Publication Scheme indicates whether such a charge applies. However, many documents can be obtained free of charge from our Contact Centres.

    Is there any information that cannot be released?
    Yes, if an exemption applies. There are two categories:

    1. Absolute exemptions - These are unquestionable exemptions under which we are not allowed to provide the information and include court records and personal information that would come under the Data Protection Act
    2. Qualified exemptions - This category is subject to a public interest test. This is where we will look at whether the balance of public interest is weighted in favour of giving the information requested. Where this is found to be the case, the information will be given. This category covers areas such as law enforcement and health and safety.

    What happens if a request for information is turned down?
    We will tell you why we have turned down the request, quoting any relevant exemptions. You then have a right of appeal, initially under our Complaints Procedure. If, after the appeal, the information is still not disclosed, you can ask the Information Commissioner to review the decision. The Information Commissioner's Office is the Government department that oversees and enforces FOI.

    Will I be charged for information?

    For information included in our Publication Scheme you may be charged for the cost of any photocopying, printing and posting of copies of the relevant document(s). The Publication Scheme indicates whether such a charge applies.  However, many documents can be obtained free of charge.

    Is there any information that cannot be released?
    Yes, if an exemption applies. There are two categories:

    1. Absolute exemptions - These are unquestionable exemptions under which we are not allowed to provide the information and include court records and personal information that would come under the Data Protection Act
    2. Qualified exemptions - This category is subject to a public interest test. This is where we will look at whether the balance of public interest is weighted in favour of giving the information requested. Where this is found to be the case, the information will be given. This category covers areas such as law enforcement and health and safety.

    What happens if a request for information is turned down?
    We will tell you why we have turned down the request, quoting any relevant exemptions. You then have a right of appeal, initially under our Complaints Procedure. If, after the appeal, the information is still not disclosed, you can ask the Information Commissioner to review the decision. The Information Commissioner's Office is the Government department that oversees and enforces FOI.

    Re-use of Public Sector Information

    A European Directive came into force on 1st July 2005 which allows people to apply to re-use public information held by public bodies (including this Council).  The directive does not provide access to the information itself.  Information needs to be sought under information regimes such as Freedom of Information Re-use means using the information received for a purpose other than the purpose for which the information was originally produced (including commercial purposes). Guidance on the re-use of information explains how you can make a request to re-use information and how we deal with requests.

    For more information please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website http://ico.org.uk

    Where can I find out more information on FOI?
    We have produced a customer's guide to requesting information from the Council or you can visit the Government's FOI website for more information.

    We continually monitor to see how many FOI requests we have received and how we are performing against our targets in responding to these requests.

     

Customer Services

Data transparency

We are committed to the Local Government Transparency Code 2015. The Code sets out key principles for local authorities in creating greater transparency through the publication of public data - namely that the data be demand led, open and timely. The Code also prescribes what public data should be released as a minimum requirement. 

Open Government Licence

All of our data is available to use or re-use under the Open Government Licence. This is a free open licence for public sector bodies to license the use and re-use of their information and data easily. If you are intending to use or re-use any of our data please note the conditions of the licence. If we require you to make a specific form of attribution, this will be clearly referenced on the information concerned.

Transparency Data

Annual Accounts

Annual Audit Letters

Annual Report


Councillor allowances and expenses


Constitution - Our Constitution provides a framework for the democratic processes of the Council.


Contracts register – a register of our current contracts (March 2017) (67kb) (in excess of £5000) updated quarterly. This information tells you what sort of services and products we buy, how much we spend and from which suppliers.


Corporate Plan 2015 - 2019 (5.86MB)

Equalities Data

Expenditure exceeding £250

External Audits and Key Inspections

Fraud – a dataset containing five pieces of information in relation to our counter fraud work for the last financial year. This information is updated yearly.

Grants to the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector updated in real time.

 

Gender Pay Gap Report 2017


Licensing

Local authority Land – A list of all our land and building assets (151kb) which will be updated yearly. This information is also available in GIS formats on data.gov.uk. Asset Management Strategy and Plan and Disposal and Acquisitions Policy (420kb).

Members Expenses 2016-2017

Organisational structure charts


Pay and Grading Structure


Parking Spaces – a schedule listing the number of spaces including disabled at each car park within the district. We do not charge for parking in the district. Car Parking Spaces (2kb) - csv format

 

Other Datasets

We are also committed to publishing other datasets where we have recognised a demand for this information through Freedom of Information requests received.

Please note that some data might be removed. This is known as 'redaction' and is required to enable us to comply with the exemptions stated in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Examples of this include personal information that could identify an individual or information that is commercially sensitive. To ensure transparency any redactions will be clearly noted.

Public Health Funerals

      • Public health funerals - we are responsible for arranging the funeral of any person who has died and where it appears that no other agency or persons are making suitable arrangements for the disposal of the body. Click here for the details of the funerals taken place.
      • Social Housing Asset Value 2015-16 –  This dataset is available in excel (2kb) and csv (13kb) formats. This information will be updated yearly. Please note: an entry will only be placed on this register subsequent to the council dealing with a public health funeral

Business Rate Account Listing (Occupied Properties) – a full list of properties registered for business rates which are occupied including relief details. This information is updated quarterly.

Business rate accounts in credit – a list of accounts in credit for the current financial year and any write-backs. This information is updated quarterly.

 Business rate accounts write back

 

 


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