The reports below list payments showing items of expenditure over £250 (excluding VAT) made by the Council to suppliers and external bodies and includes supplier name, amount, date and spend type details. For Data Protection reasons some personal data will be excluded from the information published. VAT will also be excluded.
This data is freely re-usable, see the data.gov.uk website for more terms and conditions.
Please note the lists below are cumulative for the financial years. The data is updated monthly.
|Visa and Direct Payments 2018||Creditor Payments 2018|
|Visa and Direct Payments 2017||Creditor Payments 2017|
|CSV April 2018||PDF April 2018|
|Visa and Direct Payments 2016||Creditor Payments 2016|
|Visa and Direct Payments 2015||Creditors Payments 2015|
|Visa and Direct Payments 2014||Creditors Payments 2014|
We deal with a huge budget each year. We handle the income we receive from grants, Council Tax, fees and charges and carefully manage the money we spend on delivering services and paying precepts to the parish councils, county council and Police/Fire authorities.
Each year we produce a Statement of Accounts; we hope that it helps to tell the story of how the money you paid became the services you received. It sets out an overview of where the money has been spent and highlights specific issues regarding the Council’s financial position during that year ended 31st March.
- Statement of Accounts 2017/18 - Public Inspection Notice
- Annual Governance Statement
- Unaudited Statement of Accounts 2017-18
- Annual Accounts 2016/17 SCR
- Audit of Annual Accounts Notice
- Statement of Accounts 2016/17 (1.73MB)
Annual Audit Letter
We are committed to good financial management and the ongoing review and improvement of our financial processes and services.
As part of the requirements of the CIPFA Treasury Management Code of Practice we are required to produce a Treasury Management Strategy every year which requires approval by full Council prior to the commencement of each financial year.
We have produced an Efficiency Plan which is based upon our established Corporate policy of continuing to deliver priority services to local residents whilst ensuring that the underlying level of expenditure remains in line with the underlying level of resources.
Treasury Management Strategy
The Treasury Management Strategy sets out how the treasury management function will support the capital decisions approved within the Medium Term Financial Plan and the parameters for all borrowing and lending associated with the day to day treasury management of the Council’s cash flow requirements.