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Local Government Transparency Code 2014
Adur & Worthing Councils are committed to being open and transparent about how we work, our decision-making processes and the services provided. As part of this commitment the Councils publish the following relevant data to increase democratic accountability and to comply with the requirements of the Local Government Transparency Code 2014.
The aim of open data in the public sector is to increase transparency across Government and allow anyone, whether businesses, individuals, charities and community groups to re-use public sector information. The Government is leading the way by publishing a large amount of data from many public sector bodies at data.gov.uk and also showcasing applications that have been created using the information available.
Use of our published data
On this page we link to pages and reports containing data which is available in electronic format for you to re-use on your own website, in an application you create or for any other use you have in mind. All data listed below is released under the open government licence, usage of the data is subject to the conditions of this licence. Please read and agree to the licence before you use any of the data listed below. All we ask is that you credit Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council as the source of the data as per the terms of the licence.
If you you do reuse the data below, send us an e-mail letting us know what you've done or how you have used it, we may then link to what you have done.
The following datasets are available for use
(listed alphabetically in each section, and on this page)
Information currently available:
On other pages on our website:
Other datasets in other formats:
Data in RSS/XML format:
Data in other formats or on webpages:
Twitter and Facebook:
Other datasets or information on our website:
Other datasets or information on other external websites:
- Details coming soon
- The Councils do not use Government Procurement Cards.
- Local Authority Land and building assets - Adur (39KB)
- Local Authority Land and building assets - Worthing (60KB)
Organisation chart covering staff in the top three levels of the organisation
and Senior Management salaries
Senior Management salaries:
Current salary details:
Previous years' salary information:
- Senior staff salaries (remuneration of employees earning £50,000 or more) are published in the Statement of Accounts (since 2004/05 financial year)
- This information is currently being reviewed and updated (March 2016)
West Sussex County Council (WSCC) - Parking account and parking spaces:
- Please see the 'Parking account and spaces' section on the WSCC website (on their Local Government Transparency Code data page)
Gender pay reporting legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. The gender pay gap is calculated as the difference between the average hourly earnings of men and women, looking at whether there are more males or females in higher paid roles overall.
This is not the same as Equal Pay, which looks at whether men and women in the same or broadly similar job are being paid the same. The gender pay gap is about the difference in pay overall between men and women across a whole organisation.
- Adur District Council has more than 250 employees, so it is required by law to publish an annual gender pay gap report.
- As Worthing Borough Council has less than 250 employees, it is not required to publish an annual gender pay gap report.
- The majority of staff employed in the Adur & Worthing Councils Joint Services are employed by Adur District Council.
The Pay Gap Report is available below:
The Pay Policy Statements are a statutory requirement under Section 38 (1) of the Localism Act 2011. The statements are approved by the Councils and will be updated on an annual basis.
The Pay Policy Statements 2018/19 for the two Councils are as follows:
The Pay Policy Statements 2017/18 for the two Councils are as follows:
- Adur Council - 20th July 2017
- Worthing Council - 18th July 2017
The Pay Policy Statements 2016/17 for the two Councils are as follows:
The Pay Policy Statements 2015/16 for the two Councils are as follows:
Details of every invitation to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services with a value that exceeds £5,000.
Details of any contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and any other legally enforceable agreement with a value that exceeds £5,000.
- Details coming soon
- The Councils operate an in-house waste and recycling collection service
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Worthing Town Hall,