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Transparency and openness in our work

As a public service organisation we are committed to being open and transparent in all our dealings. To help people access a range of information on the council, we have collected a set of links which you may find helpful to have in one place.

Suppliers and Payments

  • Monthly reports of payments with an individual value of £500 or more made to suppliers.

Contracts Register

Procurement Card Transactions

Information about transactions made using corporate procurement cards can be downloaded below.

Procurement Card Payments (up to March 2017) (xls)

Organisational Chart and Salaries

Members' Allowances and Expenses

Workforce Monitoring

Three Rivers District Council is committed to equality and diversity across the full spectrum of its services and in its role as an employer. This commitment is articulated in its equality objective and associated action plan, which identifies key actions the Council will take to ensure equalities for its workforce and that it reflects the community it serves. Our commitment goes beyond our statutory obligations and reinforces our corporate priority to ensure equality and diversity are at the heart of everything we do.

Workforce Monitoring Report 2015 - 2016

Parking Account

A breakdown of income and expenditure on the authority’s parking account, including details of revenue collected from on-street parking, off-street parking and Penalty Charge Notices is published in the Council's Parking Contractors' Annual Report, which are published on the Parking Penalties page.

Parking Spaces

Details of parking spaces in the district are published on the Car Parks page.

Financial Information

Policies, performance, external audits, key inspections and key indicators on the authorities' fiscal and financial position.

Democratic Processes

Data of democratic running of the local authority, including:

Trade Union Facility Time

The Council allows staff time for union duties/activities for Unison and GMB.  We do not keep records of the amount of time spent by staff on union business.  A ‘reasonable’ amount of time is allowed and this is monitored by the line manager.  It is estimated that the total amount of time spent by staff on union business is less than 1 fte each year.