Transparency Code for smaller authorities.

The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 sets out a new audit framework for local public authorities which are currently covered by the Audit Commission system. Under the new framework, smaller authorities with an annual turnover not exceeding £25,000.00 will be exempt from a routine external audit. Instead of an audit, smaller authorities will be subject to the new transparency requirements laid down in the Code. This will enable local electors to access relevant information about their accounts and governance.

 

Year ending 31st March 2020

19/20 Internal Audit WPC

19/20 Accounting Statements

19/20 Annual Governance Statement

2019/20 Bank reconciliation

2019/20 Analysis Of Variance

19/20 Notice of Public Rights

 

Year ending 31st March 2019

18/19 Expenditure> £100

2018/19 Certificate of Exemption

2018/19 Annual Governance Statement

2018/19 Accounting Statements

2018/19 Analysis of Variance

2018/19 Bank Reconciliation

2018/19 Internal Audit

2018/19 Notice for Period of Exercising Public Rights

2018/19 representation on external bodies

 

 

Year ending 31st March 2018

 Expenditure over £100 2017/18

Certificate of Exemption 2017/18

Annual Internal Audit Report 2017/18

Annual Governance Statement 2017/18

Accounting Statements 2017/18

Analysis of variances 2017/18

Bank reconciliation 2017/18

Notice of Period of Public Rights 2017/18

 

Year ending 31st March 2017

Expenditure over £100 2016/17

2016/17 bank reconciliation

2016/17 Annual Governance Statement

2016/17 Accounting Statements

2016/17 Statement of Variances

Internal Audit Report 2016/17

Notice of conclusion of Audit 2016/17

Councillor responsibilities

 Representation on external bodies 2016/17

 

Year ending 31st March 2016

Expenditure over £100 2015/16

2015/16 Bank Reconciliation

Annual Governance Statement 2015/16

2015/16 Accounting Statements

2015/16 Variances

2015/16 Internal Audit Report

Councillor responsibilities

Representation on external bodies 2015/16