Amber Valley Borough Council is committed to being open and transparent about how we work, our decision-making processes and the services we provide.
We have used the local government transparency code, which recommends the data sets councils should make available as a minimum, as a starting point for deciding what information we should make available.
The data on this page is published under the open government license and is available for you to re-use as you like, including for commercial and research activities.
Please use the links below to view the data available under the local government transparency code:
- Spending over £500
Details of each individual invoice of expenditure that exceeds £500.
- Tenders and contracts
Invitations to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services for us, along with details of any contracts with a value over £5,000.
- Recycling and waste collection contract
Details of the council's contract with Veolia ES (UK) Limited.
- Local authority land
The asset register identifies all land and buildings owned or leased by the council.
- Grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations
Grants and contributions for 2013/14
- Organisational chart
The organisational chart showing the structure of the local authority.
- Organisational chart - top 3 levels
The organisational chart showing the top 3 levels of the local authority.
- Trade unions
We have a total of 4 members of staff who are union representatives. UNISON, UCATT, GMB, and UNITE are represented in the Council.
- Parking report
Annual Parking Report, data covering 2010-2016.
- Car park locations
Full information on our car parks, including locations, charges and hours of stay.
- Pay policy 2017-18
Including employee salaries and grades, senior employee salaries, and pay multiples.
The constitution sets out how decisions are made and the procedures which are followed to ensure that these are efficient, transparent and accountable to local people.
- Benefit fraud statistics 2013-14
Employee details, expenditure and regulation information is covered in these statistics.
- Benefits counter fraud response plan
The council is committed to the prevention and detection of benefit fraud and the protection of public money, and this plan sets out how its benefits fraud investigations team (BFIT) will respond to these issues.
- Fraud investigation statistics 2013/14
Including prosecutions, summons, referrals and new investigations.
- Overpayments resulting from fraud investigations 2013/14
Case breakdown including total HB and CTB recovered.
If you require any of the above documents in another format then please email email@example.com or telephone 01773 841534.
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