'Open data' is defined as information available for anyone to use, for any purpose, at no cost.
We think open data is important, but only part of the picture. As a council, we're interested in open government, and how this can help us be a cooperative council. Open government isn't just about making our data open - it's also making our services and decisions open.
|Human Resources||Available data sets on employee information including sickness and absence.|
|Payments over £250||Each month we publish a list of all the payments we make which are over £250 (including VAT).|
|Procurement||Contract Awards and Reports.|
|Public funerals||Data on public funerals in the city.|
For more information about open data in the UK visit data.gov.uk.
Data published here is done so under the terms of the Open Government Licence for public sector information, version 2.0.
Pages in this area
- Housing benefit and council tax reduction scheme data
- Fraud investigations
- Contractual Arrangements £5,000 - £25,000
- Crisis support funding
- Human resources data
- Libraries data sets
- Payments over £250 data sets
- Privacy Notice
- Public Health Funerals Data
- Public sector apprenticeship target
- Purchase card expenditure