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In April 2014, the transparency reporting threshold was decreased from £500 to £250.
Below are Microsoft Excel files which show invoices of more than £250 for 2014 to 2015 and all previous years where more than £500 has been spent:
- Spending data: 2021 to 2022
- Spending data: 2020 to 2021
- Spending data: 2019 to 2020
- Spending data: 2018 to 2019
- Spending data: 2017 to 2018
- Spending data: 2016 to 2017
- Spending data: 2015 to 2016
- Spending data: 2014 to 2015
- Spending data: 2013 to 2014
- Spending data: 2012 to 2013
- Spending data: 2011 to 2012
How to make sense of the data
- Valuation Sub Band - indicates the vale band ranges in the post code sector. Any value band with zero stock has been removed from the table
- Existing Use Value (EUV) Total - this column indicates the EUV total. EUV is the price at which a property could be sold on the open market assuming that it can only be used for the existing use for the foreseeable future.
- Market Value - the most probable price (in terms of money) which a property should bring in a competitive and open market.
Spending data in the above files are broken down into the:
- date the payment was processed by our payments system
- reference number for the payment (this is how we categorise the payment to identify and manage spending)
- type of payment (invoice or credit note)
- value of the payment on the invoice in pounds excluding VAT
- name of supplier/organisation receiving the payment.
Each transaction is referenced to a directorate within the council:
- directorate (for example, Children and Adults)
- area of spend (for example, Adult Social Care)
- service level (for example, MH Social Care Services)
- expense code
- expense description.