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Budgets and finances

BUDGETS AND FINANCES

Our financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March. We agree an annual budget in December or January each year.

2022-2023 financial year:

2022-2023 Budget

Notice of Public Rights & publication of unaudited AGAR

AGAR Section 1 2022-2023

AGAR Section 2 2022-2023

2021-2022 financial year:

2021-22 Budget

Internal Audit Report

Notice to Inspect AGAR

External Audit Report

Final External Auditor Report and Certificate 2021/22

Notice of conclusion of audit 

Exercise of Public Rights

Explanation of Variances

AGAR2

Asset Register March 22

Bank Reconciliation

List of Expenditure 2021/2022

CIL Report 2021/2022

2020-2021 financial year:

Notice of conclusion of audit 2020.21

Declaration of unaudited accounts for the financial year 2020.21

 

Annual Governance and Accountability

Return (AGAR):

AGAR 2021 Page 1 (cover page)

AGAR 2021 Page 2 (cover page)

AGAR 2021 Page 3

AGAR 2021 Page 4

AGAR 2021 Page 5

AGAR 2021 Page 6 

 

Notice of Public Rights 2021

Bank Reconciliation 31 March 2021

Explanation of Variances (from budget)

List of Payments Exceeding £100

Asset Register 31 March 2021

2020-21 Budget

CIL Report 2020-2021

Internal Audit Report

2019-2020 financial year:

Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR):  

AGAR 2020 Page 1 (cover page)

AGAR 2020 Page 2 (cover page)

AGAR 2020 Page 3

AGAR 2020 Page 4

AGAR 2020 Page 5

AGAR 2020 Page 6

Notice of Public Rights 2020

Bank Reconciliation 31 March 2020

Explanation of Variances (from budget)

List of Payments Exceeding £100

Asset Register 31 March 2020

CIL Report 31 March 2020

2018-2019 financial year:

Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR):  

AGAR 2019 Page 1 (cover page)

AGAR 2019 Page 2 (cover page)

AGAR 2019 Page 3

AGAR 2019 Page 4

AGAR 2019 Page 5

AGAR 2019 Page 6

Notice of Public Rights 2019

CIL Report 31 March 2019

2017-2018 financial year:

CIL Report 31 March 2018

2016-2017 financial year:

CIL Report 31 March 2017

Policies

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Action Plan 2020/21

 

Appraisal Policy & Procedure 

Code of Conduct

Communications Policy 

Complaints Policy & Procedure

Co-option Policy

Councillor & Officer Responsibilities

Data Breach Policy

Data Protection Policy

Please contact the Clerk for details

Data Protection Privacy Notice

Please contact the Clerk for details

Dignity at Work/Bullying & Harassment Policy

Disciplinary Policy

Employers Liability Insurance Certificate

Equality & Diversity Policy

Expenses Policy

Financial Regulations

Freedom of Information Act & Publication Scheme

Please contact the Clerk for details

GDPR Data/Information Audit

Grant Awarding Policy & Procedure

Please contact the Clerk for details

Grievance Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Please contact the Clerk for details

ICO Registration Certificate

Please contact the Clerk for details

Internal Control Policy & Checklist

Local Council Award Scheme

Lone/Home Worker Policy

Pay Policy

Press & Media Relations Policy

Reserve Policy

Retention of Documents and Records Management Policy

Risk Assessment and Management Policy

Speed Indicator Device (SID) Risk Assessment and Management Policy

Standing Orders

Training & Development Policy

Training Record

 

Council Tax Precept

THE COUNCIL TAX PRECEPT

Parish Councils are empowered to raise money for their activities through a tax (the Precept) on the village residents which is collected on their behalf by the East Suffolk Council, as an addition to the District and County Council Tax. This is then paid to the Parish Council in two equal instalments.

 

Parish and town councils can apply for other funding such as grant and funding awards, but they do not receive funds directly from central government as principal authorities do. 

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