The Transparency Code section contains a range of data produced by the Royal
Borough of Kingston as required under the Local Government Transparency Code 2015.

The Code sets out key principles for local authorities in creating greater transparency through the publication of public data. It requires all local authorities to provide taxpayers with a clear picture of the authority’s activities, spending, and governance. We are fully committed to making information open to the public.

Constitution

Contracts over £5,000

Financial year 2017/18

  • April to June 2017 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)
  • July to September 2017 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)

Financial year 2016/17

  • July to September 2016 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)
  • October to December 2016 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)
  • January to March 2017 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Financial year 2015/16

  • April to June 2015 (Download data in CSV format)
  • July to September 2015 (Download data in CSV format)
  • October to December 2015 (Download data in CSV format)
  • January to March 2016 (Download data in CSV format)
  • April to June 2016 (Download data in CSV format)

Financial year 2014/15

  • October to December 2014 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)
  • January to March 2015 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Contracts Prior to 2014/15

London Tenders Contracts Register

Counter fraud activity

  • Financial year 2016/17 (Download data in DOCX format)
  • Financial year 2015/16 (Download data in DOCX format)
  • Financial year 2014/15 (Download data in DOCX format)
  • Financial year 2013/14 (Download data in DOCX format)

Grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations

Community Investment Fund Grants

  • 2015/16 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)
  • 2013/14 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Emerging Needs and New Initiatives Grants

  • 2015/16 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)
  • 2013/14 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Small Grants

  • 2015/16 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)
  • 2013/14 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Strategic Grants

  • 2013/14 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Strategic Partners Grants

  • 2015/16 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)
  • 2013/14 (Download data in CSV or XLS format)

Your Money You Decide Funding and Surbiton Community Funding

  • 2014/15 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)

Items of spend over £500

The information provided lists ‘items of spend’ over £500 with trade creditors. This has been drawn from our accounting system, Agresso Business World, and includes those items where an individual invoiced amount to a cost centre exceeds £500. This information will be published for each accounting month.

Financial Year 2017/18

Financial Year 2016/17

Financial Year 2015/16

Financial Year 2014/15

Financial Year 2013/14

If you have queries about any of our payments to suppliers, please email us at:
payment.enquiries@kingston.gov.uk

If your query is about a specific item, please provide the supplier name, net amount and reference number so that we can trace the payment details quickly. Otherwise, please give us the month to which your query relates and any particular supplier names about which you wish to enquire.

Local authority land

Organisation chart

Parking

Parking Account

  • 2015/16 (Download data in CSV format)
  • 2014/15 (Download data in CSV format)
  • 2013/14 (Download data in CSV format)

Parking Spaces – On Street

  • As at August 2017 (Download data in CSV format)
  • As at April 2016 (Download data in CSV format)
  • As at April 2015 (Download data in CSV format)
  • As at April 2014 (Download data in CSV format)

Parking Spaces – Car Parks

  • As at April 2017 (Download data in CSV format)
  • As at April 2016 (Download data in CSV format)
  • As at April 2015 (Download data in CSV format)
  • As at April 2014 (Download data in CSV format)

Pay policy statement

Financial year 2017/18

Senior salaries

  • As at April 2017 (Download data in CSV or XLSX format)

Social housing asset value

The market value provided for a property here is determined by valuation method. The tenanted sale value of dwellings within the Housing Revenue Account is their Right to Buy value. Council properties are initially valued for the purpose of Right to Buy sales according to the size of the property, the construction type and location. The condition of the specific block, as well as the anticipated value of future work to the building as a whole, is then taken into account and the valuation is adjusted accordingly resulting in a considered market value for the property. The property is then offered to the Right to Buy applicant less a discount derived from the length of their Council tenancy.
The Council only offers properties for sale to existing secure tenants in accordance with the government’s Right to Buy scheme. Publication of property values is in line with Transparency Code requirements.

  • As at August 2015 (Download data in CSV format)

Trade Union Facility Time