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Open data and transparency

We are currently preparing for Brexit. The Freedom of Information Act 2000, Section 22: Intended for future publication exemption applies to any Freedom of Information requests for the following information about Brexit. As it is still being prepared, it will be published at a later date, depending on when Brexit is agreed/finalised.

  • Assessments
    • Of a Chequers style deal or a Canada +++ -style free trade arrangement
    • Of the loss of jobs, business and revenue in the area
  • Impact assessments and impact studies
  • Confirmation of expected budget/funding cuts
  • Advice or notices given to stakeholders
  • List of payments made to external organisations or companies for services in relation to preparations
  • Reports, briefings, plans, documents and emails detailing preparations for Brexit
  • Reports, briefings, plans, and documents detailing preparations for a “No Deal Brexit”, including in relation to:
    • food supplies
    • medical supplies
    • fuel supply
    • other civil contingencies
  • Reports we have prepared on the impact on adult social care in the area and advice provided to contracted social care providers
  • Risk registers or risk assessments we have made or used in 2019

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

Business rates accounts in credit/arrears/written on

In accordance with the findings of the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in their decision notices FS50619844FS50611353 and FS50643256, we do not publish information about credit balances or amounts 'written on' to business rates accounts.

The ICO has determined that this information is exempt from publication under Section 31(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on the grounds that disclosure could result in fraudulent refund claims.

Council tax accounts in credit

In accordance with the findings of the ICO in their Decision Notices FS50619844FS50611353 and FS50643256, we do not publish lists of council tax accounts in credit.

The ICO has determined that this information is exempt from publication under Section 31(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on the grounds that disclosure could result in fraudulent refund claims.

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

We have CCTV cameras in various locations across Derby.

Please refer to our list of CCTV camera locations for a breakdown of where the cameras are located.

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

We are required to publish information under paragraph 53 of the Local Government Transparency code about:

  • number of occasions they use powers under the Prevention of Social Housing Fraud (Power to Require Information) (England) Regulations 2014, or similar powers
  • total number (absolute and full time equivalent) of employees undertaking investigations and prosecutions of fraud
  • total number (absolute and full time equivalent) of professionally accredited counter fraud specialists
  • total amount spent by the authority on the investigation and prosecution of fraud, and
  • total number of fraud cases investigated

Please refer to our Counter fraud work for more information, which details work carried out by:

  • Counter Fraud Team
  • Internal Audit
  • Legal Services
  • Trading Standards
  • Environmental Health

The information is updated annually.

In accordance with the findings of the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in their decision notice FS50623497, we do not publish empty residential properties lists.

The ICO has determined that this information is exempt from publication under Section 40(2) and Section 31(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on the grounds that disclosure could identify the property owners and be used for criminal purposes.

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

All food businesses operating within Derby City are subject to food safety inspections in accordance with Derby City Council’s inspection programme.

The food hygiene scores are published/publicly available on the Food Standards Agency website. Search by food premises name.

The website is updated every three weeks. The data relating to those businesses that achieve a food hygiene rating of 5 is published automatically at every upload, but for businesses that achieve a rating of 4 and below there is a 35 day delay from the date of the inspection to allow for any appeals.

The current licensed premises list is available by email.

Please contact the Licensing Team to get the latest copy of the list.

Licensing Team
Council House
Corporation Street
Derby
DE1 2FS

Email: licensing@derby.gov.uk
Phone: 01332 641951

Our pay policy supports the recruitment and retention of a capable and high performing workforce committed to the Council’s values in line with the requirements of the Localism Act 2011.

Policies

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

Under sections 113(7) and (8) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, we are required to publish data in relation to the payment of undisputed invoices.

Data

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

Contracts register

Our Contracts Register is a list of contracts that we currently hold.

All files are provided in CSV format

Information in the register includes:

  • Title of contract
  • Scope of contract
  • Annual value
  • Contract start and end dates
  • Supplier name.

2021 Data

2020 Data

2019 Data

2018 Data‌

2017 Data

2016 Data

2015 Data‌

Invitations to tender or quote

These files are records of the tenders or quote projects that the Council has run. All files are provided in CSV format.

2021 Data

2020 Data

2019 Data

2018 Data

2017 Data

2016 Data

2015 Data

2014 Data

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

Under the Public Health (Control of Diseases) Act 1984, when a resident in the area passes away (excluding in hospital) we have a duty to make arrangements for the funeral if living relatives cannot be found or they are unable/unwilling to pay any funeral expenses.

We do not publish information about deceased individuals who have received public health burials due to section 31 (law enforcement) and section 40(2) (personal data) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Where relevant, information is provided to the Government Legal Department (previously called Treasury Solicitors) and may also be found on the Bona Vacantia website. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), in its decision notices (FS50584670FS50586033 and FS50583220), supports the non-disclosure of the personal details of the deceased under Section 31.

However, we recognise that there is a public interest in understanding the cost to the public of public health funerals. Public Health Funerals data is available on how many funerals have taken place as well as the cost. This information is updated annually, and will next be updated April 2021.

Are the next of kin or family members found?

When we are told that there may be living family members, we will carry out appropriate checks to find them.

Has the information been passed to a third party?

No. We only provide a link to the information published on this page.

Do you work with any genealogists?

Yes.

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

This dataset contains the salaries of our Senior Management Team. We publish updates to this data each financial year. The next update will be published by 31 May 2019.

Within this data, 'FTE' refers to the full-time equivalence of the minimum contracted hours, for example, '1' means the person is working full time, '0.6' means they work 60% of the post's contracted hours.

2019 data

2018 data

2017 data

2016 data

2015 data

2013 data

2012 data

2011 data

2010 data

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

The 2014 contract for the Derbyshire and Derby City long term waste management project details the management of household waste. It has been replaced by the Sinfin waste management contract 2019.

Documents

Contracts between Derby City Council and Derbyshire County Council

Contracts between Derby City Council and Derbyshire County Council with Resource Recovery Solutions (RRS) and/or Shanks/Interserve

Contracts relating to the use of the Sinfin Tannery site

The 2019 contract for the Derbyshire and Derby City long term waste management project details the management of household waste, and replaces the Sinfin waste management contract 2014.

The contract has been redacted under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004, where there is personal data.

Documents

In 2010, the Government made it a requirement for Local Authorities to publish new items of spending over £500.

The information provides details of individual transactions that are over the value of £500 for the purchases of goods and services. The information has been taken from the Council's financial management system that is used for ordering and purchasing.

Some records have been excluded (redacted) from publication. This is where the information is:

  • exempt from publication under the Data Protection Act.
  • personal and identifies an individual or where publication of the data can harm an individual. For example, information related to children or vulnerable adults
  • commercially sensitive.

For transparency reasons, any information that has been redacted will be replaced with the words 'redacted personal data' or 'redacted commercial confidentiality'.

The document Local Transparency Expense Categorisations has more information about how we categorise our expenses.

Please note: We publish reports within 31 days of the end of a month. For example, January's report will be online by the end of February.

2021 data

2020 data

2019 data

2018 data

2017 data

2016 data

2015 data

2014 data

2013 data

2012 data

2011 data

2010 data

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

The Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017 came into force on the 1st April 2017. These regulations place a legislative requirement on relevant public sector employers to collate and publish, on an annual basis, a range of data on the amount and cost of facility time within their organisation

The facility time (FT) data that organisations are required to collate and publish under the 2017 regulations are:

  • Number of employees who were relevant union officials during the relevant period
  • How many employees who were relevant union officials during the relevant period spent: 0%, 1 – 50, 51-99% or 100% of their working hours on facility time
  • Percentage of the total pay bill spent on facility time
  • Time spent on paid trade union activities as a percentage of total paid facility time hours

Overview

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

The trade unions represented in the Council are Unison, Unite, GMB, NAHT, NEU, NASUWT, Prospect, and UCU.

Local authorities must publish the following information on trade union facility time:

  • Total number (absolute number and full time equivalent) of staff who are union representatives (including general, learning and health and safety representatives)
  • total number (absolute number and full time equivalent) of union representatives who devote at least 50 per cent of their time to union duties
  • names of all trade unions represented in the local authority
  • a basic estimate of spending on unions (calculated as the number of full time equivalent days spent on union duties multiplied by the average salary)
  • a basic estimate of spending on unions as a percentage of the total pay bill (calculated as the number of full time equivalent days spent on union duties multiplied by the average salary divided by the total pay bill).

This data is published annually.

Data

2020

2019

2018

2017

2015

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.

No contract, delivered in house.

Grants may be awarded to voluntary community and social enterprise sector for a range of activity or services. Information is published on a yearly basis.

2019/20

2018/19‌

2017/18

2016/17 and 2015/16

Who should I contact if I have a query?

If your query is about the information published, please contact the service directly.

If your query is about information that is not listed or out of date, please contact Information Governance.