Transparency Code

The Local Government Transparency Code was issued to meet the Government’s desire to place more power into citizens’ hands to increase democratic accountability and make it easier for local people to contribute to the local decision making process and help shape public services.  Transparency is the foundation of local accountability and the key that gives people the tools and information they need to enable them to play a bigger role in society.

The Transparency Code sets out the minimum information/data that local authorities should be publishing, the frequency by which it should be published and how it should be published.  A copy of the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) Local Government Transparency Code 2015 can be found here:

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/408386/150227_PUBLICATION_Final_LGTC_2015.pdf.

Transparency Information 2019/20

Quarterly Expenditure – exceeding £500

Jan – Mar 2019 payments –
April – June 2019 payments – Apr – June 2019
July – September 2019 payments – Jul – Sept 2019
October – December 2019 payments –

Quarterly Procurement – information for orders and contracts exceeding £5,000

Procurement Transparency Code

Town Council Land & Buildings 2019/20

 

Details of land and buildings owned or operated by St Ives Town Council can be found here:

 

Grants to Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Organisations 2019/20

Grants 2019 – 2020

Organisation Chart/ Senior Salaries

There are no employees whose annual salary is £50,000 or greater.

Trade Union Facility Time

There are no relevant details to publish.

Parking Account/ Parking Spaces

The council does not currently operate a public car park.

Pay Multiple 2019/20

The pay multiple is the ratio between the highest taxable earnings and the median earnings figure of the whole council’s workforce.

Fraud 2019/20

There were no cases of fraudulent activity investigated during the year and no staff have professional accreditation as counter fraud specialist.

Waste Contracts

The councils waste contracts are currently operated by:
Biffa
Initial Hygiene


Transparency Information 2018/19

Quarterly Expenditure – exceeding £500

Jan – Mar 2018 payments – Jan – Mar 2018
April – June 2018 payments – Apr – Jun 2018
July – September 2018 payments – Jul – Sept 2018
October – December 2018 payments – Oct – Dec 2018

Quarterly Procurement – information for orders and contracts exceeding £5,000

 

Town Council Land & Buildings 2018/19

 

Details of land and buildings owned or operated by St Ives Town Council can be found here:

 

Grants to Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Organisations 2018/19

Grants 2018 -2019

Organisation Chart/ Senior Salaries

There are no employees whose annual salary is £50,000 or greater.

Trade Union Facility Time

There are no relevant details to publish.

Parking Account/ Parking Spaces

The council does not currently operate a public car park.

Pay Multiple 2018/19

The pay multiple is the ratio between the highest taxable earnings and the median earnings figure of the whole council’s workforce.

Fraud 2018/19

There were no cases of fraudulent activity investigated during the year and no staff have professional accreditation as counter fraud specialist.

Waste Contracts

The councils waste contracts are currently operated by:
Biffa
Initial Hygiene