Data councils should publish
There are rules about the minimum data councils should publish, how it should be published and how often.
These rules are outlined within the Local Government Transparency Code 2015.
We're committed to openness and transparency and to publishing as much council data as we can to make us more accountable.
This information provides details of payments to suppliers where the invoice was £500 or more.
Details of spending on council payment cards.
Details of every contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and any other legally-enforceable agreement over £5,000.
Information about council-owned land and property.
The value of social housing stock held in our housing revenue account.
Details of grants and payments to these groups.
An organisation chart covering staff in the top three levels of the organisation.
A breakdown of income and expenditure on the council's parking account and a breakdown of how the council has spent any surplus on its parking account.
Details of controlled parking spaces within the district.
Trade union-related activity, including staffing and spending.
This sets out how the council is run and its processes.
Details about the pay of the council's staff including the pay multiple and the median earnings figure.
Details about the council's counter fraud work.
The council does not use an external supplier for the collection of waste from domestic households.