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Data transparency

This Local Government Transparency Code sets out the minimum data that we should be publishing, the frequency it should be published and how it should be published

The aim of the code is to place more power into citizens' hands and increase democratic accountability. It makes it easier for local people to contribute to the decision making process and help shape public services.

You can download a copy of the code here.

We also publish other information and datasets in addition to those listed below, which are available here.

Available information

The data is available to view by clicking on the headings below.

Download our latest asset register, containing details of all our land and building assets
We are required to publish the salaries of senior officers
The pay multiple is the ratio between the earnings of the highest paid employee and the median earnings figure of our employees
Find out the monetary amount, the type of organisation and activity it funds, and start and end dates
There is a statutory requirement on the council to collate and publish, on an annual basis, a range of data on the amount and costs of trade union facility time.
The number of parking spaces managed by us, and the amount on income and expenditure generated by parking
Click to download our organisation chart, covering staff in the top three levels of the organisation
Click to view our contracts register, where you'll be able to find information on our waste collection contract as well as other contracts
Information relating to the work we do countering fraud

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