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We publish key data about our operation so you can see what we are doing with your money.

  • Spend over £500

    Gloucestershire County Council is committed to being as transparent as possible on how it is spending tax payer's money. We publish details of all spending over £500.

  • Procurement information

    The Council enters into contracts for the supply of a wide range of goods, services and works. Key information is published here.

  • Land and Assets

    The Council manages a large portfolio of land and property across Gloucestershire, including schools, libraries, fire stations, youth and community centres, social services buildings and farms. Key information is published here.

  • Senior management structure

    Download our senior management structure chart and list of statutory roles

  • Senior Salaries

    Information about what our senior employees are paid

  • Pay Policy Statement and Pay Multiples

    The Localism Act 2011, together with the Local Government Transparency Code (2014) requires local authorities to produce Pay Policy Statements.

  • Head count statistics

    Head count refers to the number of Gloucestershire County Council employees.

  • Trade Union Facility Time

    Showing information on funding provided by the Council to meet statutory obligations.

  • Parking account and parking spaces

    See Gloucestershire's "Annual Parking Report 2013 -2014"

  • Fraud

    Internal Audit Fraud and Irregularity Activity relating to 2013/2014.

  • Constitution

    The current version of the Council's constitution.

  • Re-use of County Council information

    The aim of the current regulations is to encourage the re-use of public sector information by removing obstacles that stand in the way of re-use. The main themes are improving transparency, fairness and consistency.

  • Grant expenditure

    As part of our commitment to being an open and transparent authority we are publishing details of all our grants to voluntary, community and social enterprises