Councils are obliged to make sure that public sector information is freely accessible and in a reusable format. We want to show how the council works and how taxpayers' money is spent.
Here are some links to information you might find informative:
- asset register
- committee minutes, meetings and agendas
- councillor allowances and expenses
- election results
- expenditure over £250
- organisational structure
- policies and performance indicators
- public conveniences
- senior employee salaries
- statement of accounts
- the constitution
- Trade Union Facility Time publications requirements
- Local Government transparency code 15 - 53 fraud
If there's data you'd like to see on this page, contact us.
Alternatively you can email us at email@example.com.
Council house valuations list
Local councils must publish details of the value of social housing stock that is held in their housing revenue account.
Freedom of information act and environmental information regulations - compliance data
Data to show how the council are performing in compliance with the freedom of information act and environmental information regulations. The data will be published on a quarterly basis. This data is published in compliance with the FOI section 45 code of practice.
Tenders and contracts
Harrogate Borough Council currently spends over £20 million annually on goods, works and services in support of the many services it provides. This brings many different opportunities to sell to the council. To meet transparency guidelines Harrogate Borough Council publishes a full list of its tenders and contracts.
Government procurement card transactions
Local authorities must publish details of every transaction on a Government procurement card.
2021 Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4
2020 Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4
2019 Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4
2018 Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4
2017 Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4
2016/17 Q2, Q3, Q4
2014/15 Q1, Q2, Q3
The council manages the delivery of the Corporate Plan and Corporate Health performance on a quarterly basis via its performance management information system (Covalent). Performance is reported to Management Team, Scrutiny and Cabinet.
Policies are created and agreed to help guide decisions and standardise the way employees work. Harrogate Borough Council has many policies.
If there is a policy you think should be on this page please use the contact details provided.
Statement of pay policy: Sections 38 - 43 of the Localism Act 2011 require that the authority produce a policy statement that covers a number of matters concerning the pay of the authority's staff, principally Chief Officers.
Details of the council's spending plans for both revenue and capital for 2018/19 are shown on the council budgets page.
Parking Services annual report
Harrogate Borough Council has responsibility for the setting of charges for off-street car parks and North Yorkshire County Council is responsible for managing the on-street parking provision. The council's off-street charges are set in accordance with the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, for the purposes of supporting traffic management objectives and with the approval of the Highway's Authority (North Yorkshire County Council).
Income generated by off-street parking is used to offset the cost of running parking services as a whole. This will include the costs of employing staff, provision of equipment (parking machines, payment facilities, cash collection) as well as maintenance of the car parking infrastructure. In the past the surplus has been used for the upgrading of West Park, resurfacing of the parking bays and the upgrade of car parking ticket system.
To find out how North Yorkshire County Council use the on-street surplus income, you would need to contact North Yorkshire County Council.
If you would like more information on this please contact the Freedom of Information team to complete a FOI request.
Report on the performance of the council's parking services in Harrogate.
Publication scheme class: Multiple classes
Publication scheme sub-class: Multiple classes
Publishing site: Harrogate Borough Council Media: Electronic
Licence: Open Government Licence