Transparency Code for Small Authorities
This code is issued to meet the Government’s desire to place more power into citizens’ hands to increase democratic accountability. Transparency gives local people the tools and information they need to hold local public bodies to account.
Under the new audit framework smaller authorities, including parish councils, with an annual turnover not exceeding £25,000 will be exempt from routine audit. In place of routine audit, these smaller authorities are subject to the new transparency requirements laid out in the Transparency Code. This will enable local electors and ratepayers to access relevant information about the authorities’ accounts and governance.
In accordance with this code, Linton Parish Council hereby publish:
|End of year accounts including:||2019|
|a) Bank reconciliation as at 31st March 2018||2019|
|b) An explanation of any significant variances||2019|
|c) An explanation of any differences, if applicable||2019|
| d) Notice of Public Rights & Governance Statement
|e) Internal audit report||2019|
| f) All items of expenditure above £100
| g) The 2019 Annual Return
|List of Councillor Responsibilities||2018|
|Details of public land and building assets||2017|
|Minutes, Agendas and meeting papers of formal meetings||2019|
Linton Parish Council has operated an open information policy for a number of years. There is more information here about the Parish Council Publications Scheme