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Council spending information

Nottinghamshire County Council is committed to providing services which are value for money for our residents and the county. As part of the commitment to providing financial transparency, any spending on goods and services over £500 with external suppliers are now published.

The move is in line with the Government requirement for all councils to publish their spending data to enable greater transparency and engagement with residents and encourage greater efficiency.

About the reports

All spending over £500 will be published one month in arrears, eg January's spending will be published at the start of March and so on.

The reports include payments where the invoice amount is greater than or equal to £500. Where amounts appear which are less than £500, they have been included as they form part of a larger payment totalling over £500 in aggregate.

We will be continuing to develop the format and content of this information in line with best practice. This data includes regular creditor payments made by the Council with the exception of those which would reveal information subject to the provisions of the Data Protection Act.

The data provided below by Nottinghamshire County Council adheres to the Terms and Conditions of the Open Government Licence provided by Central Government through the National Archives. By downloading and viewing the content you are agreeing to adhere to these.

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Reports to download

As we publish more reports, we will make available the current financial year's reports plus those for the previous 12 months.

2013/14 financial year

2012/13 financial year

2011/12 financial year

2010/11 financial year


Budget background

Statement of accounts

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