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.

Click to download details on the value of social housing assets within our Housing Revenue Account
We process a considerable amount of information, including personal data about you, to allow us to provide services effectively. We recognise that this information is important to you and that we have a responsibility to ensure that any personal information we collect and use is managed proportionately, correctly and safely.
Find out how much benefit you are eligible for and how much better off you might be in work. You can also see how changes in your household budget can affect your income
Public sector employers with 250 or more staff have a target set by the government to use an average of at least 2.3% of their staff as new apprentice starts each year.

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