1. Transparency Code Data and Information
1.1 Expenditure exceeding £500
We as a Council believe that it is important to be open and transparent with our local residents in terms of how we spend our money. The information provided will include:
- transactions for invoice values greater than £500 to external suppliers
1.2 Government Procurement Card transactions
As a Council, we also publish details of every transaction on a Government Procurement Card.This data can be found on our website.
1.3 Procurement information
As part of the Transparency Code, local authorities are required to publish details of every invitation to tender for contracts with a value that exceeds £5,000.Any opportunities for contractors and suppliers can be found on our website.
Local authorities must also publish details of any contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and other legally enforceable agreement with a value that exceeds £5,000. This information is published quarterly and can befound on the Council's Contracts Register.
1.4 Local authority land
1.5 Social housing asset value
Breckland Council is not a stock holding authority.
1.6 Organisation chart
1.7 Trade union facility time
1.8 Parking account
Car parking is free in all of our Breckland owned car parks.
1.9 Parking spaces
We provide a list of our car parks in the districts, their locations and how many spaces there are at each.
1.10 Senior salaries
1.11 Council Constitution
The Council's constitution consists of a number of documents that, under the Local Government Act 2000, are required to be brought together and made available for public inspection. The articles of the constitution set out the basic principles that underlie the way the council operates. The other parts of the constitution includes details of the council and the committees to which the council has delegated various powers and the functions that are the responsibility of the executive (Cabinet); the terms of reference of the various committees and other bodies, the standing orders that regulate the proceedings at meetings; financial regulations; the code of practice for the procurement of works, supplies and services; code of conduct for members and employees; the schedule for the payment of member's allowances; and a description of the management structure of the council's workforce.
1.12 Pay multiple
In line with the Transparency Code, local authorities must publish information regarding their counter fraud work.This information is published on our website,
1.14 Waste contracts
Last updated: 15/09/2020 07:34:03