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Organizations: Birmingham City Council

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  • June 2018 Payments to Suppliers

    At Birmingham we are committed to making our finances clear, so that everyone can see exactly how we are spending money. As part of our commitment to providing financial...
  • June 2018 Purchase Card Payments

    Under the Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency, councils are encouraged to publish all corporate purchase card transactions. We already...
  • May 2018 purchase card payments

    Under the Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency, councils are encouraged to publish all corporate purchase card transactions. We already...
  • April 2018 purchase card payments

    Under the Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency, councils are encouraged to publish all corporate purchase card transactions. We already...
  • May 2018 payments to suppliers over £500

    At Birmingham we are committed to making our finances clear, so that everyone can see exactly how we are spending money. As part of our commitment to providing financial...
  • April 2018 payments to suppliers over £500

    At Birmingham we are committed to making our finances clear, so that everyone can see exactly how we are spending money. As part of our commitment to providing financial...
  • Birmingham City Council Property Data 2018

    The attached report lists the Council’s property assets that meet the requirements and definitions under the code and so includes for example: • all service and office...
  • March 2018 purchase card payments

    Under the Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency, councils are encouraged to publish all corporate purchase card transactions. We already...
  • March 2018 payments to suppliers over £500

    At Birmingham we are committed to making our finances clear, so that everyone can see exactly how we are spending money. As part of our commitment to providing financial...
  • Road Hierarchy

    The attached contains details of Birmingham's road hierarchy requirements. From April 2012, central government handed over greater responsibility to local highway authorities...
  • February 2018 Purchase Card Transactions

    Under the Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency, councils are encouraged to publish all corporate purchase card transactions. We already...
  • February 2018 Payments to Suppliers over £500

    At Birmingham we are committed to making our finances clear, so that everyone can see exactly how we are spending money. As part of our commitment to providing financial...
  • Grant Giving Data

    Birmingham City Council has committed to publishing its grant giving data on 360 Giving, which is a national open data platform designed to allow organisations to publically...
  • Trade Union (TU) facility time data for the period 2016/17

    This data contains details of the ~ Total number of staff who are TU reps, headcount & FTE ~ TU reps who spend 50% and above on TU duties ~ A basic estimate of spending on...
  • Highways Assets

    Shows details of Highways Assets including the latitude and longitude co-ordinates of the following datasets: Lighting Columns Traffic Signals * Trees The data was correct...
  • Child Poverty

    The figures presented here are from the End Child Poverty Coalition are based on tax credit data, used to estimate the percentage of children on low incomes in local...
  • Employment Rate 16 to 64

    Employment Rate 16 to 64 for Birmingham and constituencies within Birmingham Source - Annual Population Survey ONS - A residence based labour market survey encompassing...
  • Ward Census Summaries

    A summary excel tool of ward level census key statistics
  • Birmingham Schools

    This data comes from EduBase, the Department for Education’s register of schools
  • Birmingham Congestion 2014-15

    Through Birmingham Connected, a 20-year strategic programme to transform transport, the city council has started to put into place the infrastructure that will be needed to meet...