The Parish Council finances its activities from part of the council tax paid by households in the parish. Waddesdon Parish Council has set its precept (the amount of money it raises from council tax payers) for the current financial year (April 2018 to March 2019) at £102,000. This equates to a 4p rise per week for a Band D property.
All spend data has been reviewed internally prior to publication.
The budget for 2018/19, used by the Parish Council to set the precept, can be seen in this document Proposed Annual Budget – By Centre 2018.
The budget for 2017/18 can be seen in this document Annual Budget – By Centre 2017.
The budget for 2016/17 can be seen in this document Annual Budget – By Centre 2016.
Total staff costs for each month are shown in the list of payments over £250* and total annual staff costs are in the annual return below.
The accounts for 2017-18 are currently being audited and details will be published soon (see Notice here).
The Clerk, the senior and paid officer (employee) of the Parish Council, is paid according to the scales agreed between the National Association of Local Councils and the Society of Local Council Clerks. The Parish Council has agreed that the Clerk should be paid on Scale LC2, which is the scale appropriate to a large village or small town.
Click on the link below for a full list of the current assets which is updated annually.
Please note the following:
For data protection reasons, where payments have been made to individuals, the names have been replaced with the words ‘Redacted Personal Data’.
This data has been prepared in accordance with the latest guidance from the Local Government Association.
These payments are shown net of VAT (the true cost to the council).