We believe in being open and transparent in all areas of our work.
In line with the Government's commitment to freedom of information, we will publish requested data including information on spending, members and consultations according to our publication scheme. In accordance with the Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, we will also provide a record of decisions and access to documents.
Local Government Transparency Code
The Local Government Transparency Code 2014 was introduced to promote openness and accountability. We will provide the following information according to the code.
All the information included can be used and re-used under the terms of the Open Government Licence. As this is a new code and information is published periodically some may not be available but the table will be updated regularly.
|Details of data required||Information or link to data|
|Expenditure above £250|
Each individual item of expenditure above £250 including individual invoices, grant payments, expense payments, payments for goods and services, grants, grant in aid, rent, credit notes over £250 and transactions from other public bodies (published at least quarterly)
Monthly spending page lists all spending above £250
|Government procurement card transactions|
Every transaction on a Government procurement card (published at least quarterly)
All invitations to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services with a value that exceeds £30,000 including VAT.
All contracts, commissioned activity purchase orders, framework agreements and standing orders with a value exceeding £6,000 including VAT (published at least quarterly)
Current invitations to tender
Contract register (pdf)
Contract register (csv)
Standing orders relating to contracts
|Land and buildings|
Details of all the land and building assets we hold (published at least annually)
Asset information (csv)
Asset information (xls)
All grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations (published at least annually)
|No grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations provided in 2018/2019|
|Organisation chart |
Each member of staff in the top three levels of the organisation (published at least annually)
|Trade union facility time|
Details of union representatives, basic estimate of spending on unions and names of trade unions represented in the Authority (published at least annually)
2012/2023 trade union facility time
Income and expenditure on the Authority's parking account (published at least annually)
The Authority does not maintain car parking in a civil enforcement area
Number of marked out controlled on and off street parking spaces or an estimate of the number of spaces where controlled parking space is not marked out in individual bays (published at least annually)
Seventeen off-street car parking spaces at Yare House head office, five of which are for visiting members of the public and 12 are for operational use. An estimate of unmarked parking at the dockyard to follow.
Number of employees whose remuneration was at least £50,000 a year, in brackets of £5,000. Job title, list of responsibilities and remuneration details of certain senior employees whose salary is at least £50,000 a year and employees whose salaries are £150,000 a year or more, identified by name
Bonuses and benefits in kind for all senior employees whose salary exceeds £50,000 a year
(all published at least annually)
Names and responsibilities can be found in details of senior roles
No employees receive bonuses or benefits in kind.
Defined as the ratio between the highest paid taxable earnings for the given year (including base salary, variable pay, bonuses, allowances and the cash value of any benefits in kind) and the median earnings figure for the whole of the Authority's work force (published at least annually)
The ratio between the highest paid taxable earnings and the median figure for the Authority's workforce is 3.3:1