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Hertfordshire County Council

 

Details of our income, expenditure and assets.

Business mileage

The business mileage claimed by HCC non-schools employees in the course of carrying out their work.

The information is split by department and includes the amount paid and the number of miles claimed.

Business mileage 2018-19 (MS Excel 24Kb) Opening in a new window

Business mileage 2017-18 (MS Excel)

Business mileage 2016-17 (MS Excel)

Business mileage 2015-16 (MS Excel)

Business mileage 2014-15 (MS Excel)

Contracts and tenders

Council members' allowances and expenses

Councillors are not paid a salary or wages. However, they are entitled to allowances and expenses to cover the cost of carrying out their duties.

Employee purchasing cards

Purchasing cards are given to employees that occasionally buy resources to help carry out their job. They can also be used to help provide support to vulnerable young people.

Since using purchasing cards we have saved over £2m in administration costs.

Below are all of the transactions that have taken place using a purchasing card:

Purchasing card spend - Apr - Jun - 2018 (PDF 1.23MB) Opening in a new window

Purchasing card spend - Apr - Jun - 2018 (CSV 1.54MB) Opening in a new window

Purchasing card spend - Jan - Mar - 2018 (PDF 2.49MB) Opening in a new window

Purchasing card spend - Jan - Mar - 2018 (CSV 3.24MB) Opening in a new window

Purchasing card spend - October - December - 2017 (PDF 3MB) Opening in a new window

Purchasing card spend - October - December - 2017 (CSV 2MB) Opening in a new window

Purchasing card spend - July - September - 2017 (PDF)

Purchasing card spend - July - September - 2017 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - April - June - 2017 (PDF)

Purchasing card spend - April - June - 2017 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - Jan - Mar - 2017 (PDF)

Purchasing card spend - Jan - Mar - 2017 (CSV)

Purchasing card spent - Oct - Dec - 2016 (PDF)

Purchasing card spent - Oct - Dec - 2016 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - July - Sept - 2016 (PDF)

Purchasing card spent - July - Sept - 2016 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - Apr - Jun - 2016 (PDF)

Purchasing card spend - Apr - Jun - 2016 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - Jan - Mar - 2016 (PDF)

Purchasing card spend - Jan - Mar - 2016 (CSV)

Purchasing card spent - Oct - Dec - 2015 (PDF)

Purchasing card spent - Oct - Dec - 2015 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - July - Sept - 2015 (PDF)

Purchasing card spent - July - Sept - 2015 (CSV)

Purchasing card spend - Apr - Jun - 2015 (PDF)

Purchasing card spend - Apr - Jun - 2015 (CSV)

Grants

See the grants we have given to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.

Grants 2017-18 (PDF)

Grants 2017-18 (CSV)

Integrated Plan (budget) 2018/19

Payments to suppliers of over £250

See all of the payments we make to suppliers in excess of £250, each report is on a monthly basis.

Supplier payments over £250 - September 2018 (CSV 800KB) Opening in a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - September 2018 (PDF 5.65MB) Opening in a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - August 2018 (CSV 3MB) Opening a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - August 2018 (PDF 2.09MB) Opening in a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - July 2018 (CSV 3MB) Opening a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - July 2018 (PDF 6MB) Opening a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - June 2018 (CSV 3mb) Opening in a new window

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Supplier payments over £250 - May 2018 (CSV 3MB) Opening in a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - May 2018 (PDF 7MB) Opening in a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - April 2018 (CSV 4MB) Opening in a new window

Supplier payments over £250 - April 2018 (PDF 6.78MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - March 2018 (CSV 3.68MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - March 2018 (PDF 6.81MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - February 2018 (CSV 3MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - February 2018 (PDF 5.37MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - January 2018 (CSV 6.67MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - January 2018 (PDF 6.21MB) Opening in a new window

Suppliers payments over £250 - December 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - December 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - November 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - November 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - October 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - October 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - September 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - September 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - August 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - August 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - July 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - July 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - June 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - June 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - May 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - May 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - April 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - April 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - March 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - March 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - February 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - February 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - January 2017 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - January 2017 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - December 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - December 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - November 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - November 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - October 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - October 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - September 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - September 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - August 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - August 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - July 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - July 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - June 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - June 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - May 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - May 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - April 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - April 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - March 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - March 2016 (CSV)

Suppliers payments over £250 - February 2016 (PDF)

Suppliers payments over £250 - February 2016 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - January 2016 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - January 2016 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - December 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - December 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - November 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - November 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - October 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - October 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - September 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - September 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - August 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - August 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - July 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - July 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - June 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - June 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - May 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - May 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - April 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - April 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - March 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - March 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - February 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - February 2015 (CSV)

Supplier payments over £250 - January 2015 (PDF)

Supplier payments over £250 - January 2015 (CSV)

Property

Section 106 payments from developers

A summary of financial contributions that we have received from developers under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

Section 106 payments 2004-17 (MS Excel)

Statement of accounts

Statement of Accounts 2017/18:

The Council's audited Statement of Accounts for 2017/18 have been prepared in accordance with the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 and the Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting in the United Kingdom 2017/18. The code is based on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and statutory requirements.

Statement of accounts 2017-18 (PDF 2.51MB) Opening in a new window

Accounts for previous years can be found via the links below:

Statement of accounts 2016-17 (PDF)

Statement of accounts 2015-16 (PDF)

Statement of accounts 2014-15 (PDF)

Statement of accounts 2013-14 (PDF)

Statement of accounts 2012-13 (PDF)

Statement of accounts 2011-12 (PDF)

Statement of accounts 2010-11 (PDF)

Appointment of Auditor

Notice of appointment of auditor to Hertfordshire County Council from 2018/19.

Under Section 8(2) of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014, the Council must publish a notice relating to the appointment of its auditor.

For audits of the accounts from 2018/19, the Council has opted into national auditor appointment arrangements with Public Sector Audit Appointments (PSAA), who are now responsible for appointing the Council’s External Auditor.

The PSSA wrote to the Council to consult on the proposed appointment of Ernst & Young LLP as the External Auditor of Hertfordshire County Council from 2018/19. We can now confirm that, following the completion of the consultation, Ernst & Young LLP have been appointed to audit the accounts of Hertfordshire County Council for five years, from 2018/19 to 2022/23.

This appointment is made under regulation 13 of the Local Audit (Appointing Person) Regulations 2015, and was approved by the PSAA Board at its meeting on 14 December 2017.

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1 month

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Below are a list of cookies that the other sites and services use:

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These are used to compile reports for us on how people use this site.

Cookies of the same names are also used for the same purpose by other websites such as Building FuturesCountryside Management Service and Hertfordshire LIS.

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