About the Council
Information about Council spending: budget, statement of account, payments over £500 and spending on procurement cards.
The Council provides many services to residents and the wider community. Some of these services have a charge.
Senior officers and management structure including role and remuneration details.
Freedom of Information - the act gives anyone a right of access to all types of recorded information held by the council and other public authorities.
Responses to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
Policies, strategies and other documents
Rushcliffe's approach to equality and diversity.
Information about the Council's internal audit service.
Details of how the Council buys goods and services.
A list of awards the Council has won or been shortlisted for.
Information about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016.
Rushcliffe Borough Council is required by law to protect the public funds it administers.
Every public authority is required to adopt and maintain a Publication Scheme. Councils must also publish key information as required by the Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities in Data Transparency.
Members of the public are entitled to report on meetings of Council, Committees and Cabinet, except in circumstances where the public have been excluded as permitted by law.
Pay Multiple - the ratio between the highest paid taxable earnings for the given year and the median earnings figure of the whole of the Council’s workforce.
The measure that shows the difference in average earnings between women and men.
he 2015 Transparency Code requires information about Trade Union Facility time to be published.
The Equality Framework is the national standard that measures our progress on equality and diversity.
The Environmental Information Regulations 2004 provide public access to environmental information held by public authorities