Documents

 

Finance

The accounting year of all councils starts on 1st April and finishes on 31st March. Local councils levy an annual Precept charge, which is collected by the District Council. The Precept* helps run the services provided by the Parish Council.  Carbrooke's Precept request for the financial year 2022/23 is £50,000. 

Asset Register

Budget 2022/23

 

Financial Regulations

Internal Control Policy 

Audit 2021/22 Notice of Public Rights

 

Audit 2021/22 Statement of Significant Variances and Bank Reconciliation​ 

Audit 2021/22 Accounting Statement

Audit 2021/22 Annual Governance

*Parish Councils are empowered to raise money for their activities through a tax (the Precept) on the village residents which is collected on their behalf by the District Council, as an addition to the District and County Council Tax. This is then paid to the Parish Council in two equal instalments.

 

Policies & Procedures

 

Data Protection

​Keeping your data safe and increasing transparency are important to us. Our Privacy Notice below explains how we use your personal information and how you can exercise your privacy rights.

Privacy Notice

General Data Protection Regulations

Data Protection Policy

Abandoned Bicycles Policy

Code of Conduct

Complaints Procedure

Co-option Procedure

Disciplinary Procedure

Equality Policy

Grants Policy and Application Form

Health and Safety Policy

Information Audit

Model Publication Scheme

Openness and Transparency Policy

 

Press and Media Policy

Social Media Policy

Standing Orders

Training and Development Policy

The Council Tax Precept

 

The Precept is the Parish Council’s share of the council tax.  The precept demand goes to the billing authority, Breckland District Council, which collects the tax for the Parish Council. The Precept is converted into an amount per Council Tax Band that is added onto the Council Tax bill.  Income and expenditure for the next financial year are calculated in the form of estimates.

 

Parish and town councils can apply for other funding such as grant and funding awards, but they do not receive funds direct from central government as principal authorities do.