New Forest District Council believes that as a public funded organisation, all its business operations and outcomes should be transparent.
As a Local Authority New Forest District Council must comply with The Local Government Transparency Code set out by the Government, which lists categories of information which allow scrutiny of spend and performance, information we feel supports the principles of the code is published below.
Monthly data on individual items of spend over £500 can be viewed via our payments to suppliers page.
Monthly data on individual items of spend over £500 can be viewed via our orders to suppliers page.
Payments via Government Purchasing Cards -lists monthly individual items of spend.
Supplying the council - Information on contracts awarded by the council, forthcoming contract opportunities, and orders to suppliers with a value that exceeds £5,000.
Land and property owned by New Forest District Council is listed in our current and available Council assets page.
Data and information about the value of social housing assets.
Information on awarded grants and funding, over £500.
Representations and spending data for all local authorities are published via the gov.uk Trade Union Facility Time publication service.
Accounts, parking information and details of parking spaces can be found on the parking regulations page.
The number of marked out controlled on and off-street parking spaces can be found on the car parks page.
Details of senior officer's salaries are outlined in our Pay Policy , and responsibilities can be found by viewing the Executive management team, executive heads and service managers structure.
Our Constitution is available to view, the latest version was published in May 2019.
The New Forest District Council Pay Policy Statement - Financial year 2020-21 sets out New Forest District Council's pay policies relating to its workforce for the financial year 2019-20, including the remuneration of its Chief Officers and that of its lowest paid employees.
We are committed to detecting and preventing Benefit fraud. This page outlines our powers, staffing and spend plus how to report suspected benefit fraud.
Key data and information relating to frontline services can be viewed via Our performance page.
Details of information published as the result of a Freedom of information (FOI) request and guidance on how to make a request for information.