Data transparency

The data on this page is published under The Open Government Licence.

The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 (opens in new window) sets out the key principles and requirements for local authorities for creating greater transparency through the publication of appropriate data that they hold.

Expenditure over £500

Local authorities must publish, at least quarterly, details of each individual item of expenditure over £500.

See spend analysis.

Government procurement card transactions

Local authorities must publish at least quarterly details of every transaction on a Government Procurement Card.

Procurement

Local authorities must publish at least quarterly the following:

  • Details of every invitation to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services with a value over £5,000.
  • Details of any contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and any other legally enforceable agreement with a value over £5,000.

See selling to the council.

Local authority land

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, details of all their relevant land and building assets.

You can download the compressed file Local Authority land and buildings data.

Grants

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, details of all grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations. See our Grant in Aid page.

Organisation chart

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, an organisation chart covering staff in the top three levels of the organisation, where they earn over £50,000 per annum.

See our MDC Senior Management page.

Trade union facility time

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, details of time paid to employees to carry out trade union. See our GMB & Unison reps document.

Senior salaries

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, details of employees who earn over £50,000 per annum. See our Pay Policy Statement.

Constitution

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, their current Constitution. See The Mansfield District Council Constitution.

Fraud

Local authorities must publish, at least annually, information about their counter fraud work.

You can download the compressed file from the downloads section of this page.

Parking information

See Nottinghamshire County Council's website (opens in new window).

Publications scheme

See our Publications Scheme.

Social Housing Data

The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 (opens in new window) requires local authorities to publish details of the value of social housing stock that is held in their Housing Revenue Account.

The following social housing stock data must be published:

  • Valuation data to be listed at postal sector level, without identifying individual dwelling values.
  • Valuation data for the dwellings using both Existing Use Value for Social Housing and market value as at 1 April.

You can download the compressed file from the downloads section of this page.