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Open data about Kirklees
Expenditure and procurement
- Expenditure data including purchasing cards
Payment of Supplier Invoices
In accordance with Regulation 113 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, the Council is required to publish performance data pertaining to the payment of valid and undisputed invoices for the preceding financial year.
Financial Year Proportion of valid and undisputed* invoices paid within 30 days in accordance with Regulation 113 Amount of potential interest the contracting authority was liable to due to a breach of Regulation 113 Amount of interest paid to suppliers due to a breach of the requirement in Regulation 113 2015/16 93.9% £127,319.69 £0.00 2016/17 93.3% £183,166.24 £0.00
*please note: for the purpose of this exercise we are unable to differentiate invoices that may have been in dispute.
- Grants 2017-2018
- Grants 2016-2017
- Grants 2015-2016
- Grants 2014-2015 - edited February 2016
- Grants 2014-2015
Land and assets
Organisational charts, salaries and pay multiple
- Senior salaries and job descriptions including organisation structure
- Pay multiple 2018
- Pay multiple 2017
- Pay multiple 2016
- Pay multiple 2015
- Parking spaces
- Parking income and expenditure 2016 to 2017
- Parking income and expenditure 2015 to 2016
- Parking income and expenditure 2014 to 2015
- Parking income and expenditure 2013 to 2014
The council does not allocate the surplus on its parking account to specific areas of expenditure because income and expenditure is managed at directorate level.
We have therefore used the surplus to offset other Place Directorate-wide expenditure including Streetscene Highways and seasonal weather (which includes gritting and weather-related road repairs).
- Social housing property values, September 2016
The valuations used to compile this information were made at April 2016.
- Social housing property values, September 2015
The valuations used to compile this information were made at April 2015.
- Social housing property values, September 2014
The valuations used to compile this information were made between 2011 and 2014 and only limited confidence can be placed in the overall data.
The authority values its social housing stock using a relatively small number of sample properties from which all other property values have been derived and must be therefore treated as indicative only.
The EUV-SH Value is the Existing Use Value as Social Housing. It represents the tenanted sale value, indicating the value assuming each dwelling continues to be let as social housing in future and might be considered to be the sum that another registered social housing provider would pay to acquire the property.
The Market Value is an estimate of the open market value.
We have no external contracts, all our collections are in house
- Place fees and charges
Public health funerals
- Public health funerals, May 2016 (data from 2009 onwards)
These are funerals arranged under Section 46 of The Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984
Kirklees Council receive a number of Freedom of Information requests in relation to burials or cremations that have been undertaken by the Council, where there has been no next of kin and where information has been transferred to the treasury solicitor. We only provide information that can’t be obtained via the bona vacantia website and we don’t provide the full address and value of the estate for security reasons.
Our spreadsheet gives the number of funerals, average cost and amount recovered. It will be updated annually.
- School closures
- Section 251 Budget Statement 2014/15 - Early Years Table Report
- Section 251 Budget Statement 2014/15 - Local Authority Table Report
- Section 251 Budget Statement 2014/15 - School Table Report
- Section 251 Outturn Statement 2013/14 - Table A1 - Children & Young People’s Service
- Section 251 Outturn Statement 2013/14 - Table A - Local Authority Level Information
- Other data sets
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