We want to be as open and transparent as possible, particularly in the difficult financial times ahead, and are making even more information available to the public and making it easier for you to find out how we are doing. Residents can now access a range of facts and figures about payments, contracts and tenders, as well as information about the decision making process.
Council Plans and Performance
Our corporate plan sets out the council's vision and priorities, explaining how they will be delivered over the next 3 years. The council's progress is measured in a quarterly basis in the performance report
Elected Councillors, meetings and our partners
The Council's senior management team, their areas of responsibility and their contact details
Access to agendas and minutes of all meetings, the register of attendence for councillors and live and recorded webcasts of selected meetings held in the Chamber
A breakdown of procurement items, Councillor's expenses and lead officer salaries
Examples of how the Council has worked alone, or with partners and community groups, to make improvements or introduce new initiatives in the District
Actions to improve the District
You said, we listened, we did includes examples of improvements made in response to suggestions and feedback from residents
Freedom of Information
How to request information and to see a register of previous questions and answers
Equality and Diversity
The Council is committed to promoting equality and diversity and meeing its duties as a community leader, service provider and local employer.
Date of last review: 25 March 2013
Licence to re-use data
You don't have to ask us for permission to use our data, our data is available for you to re-use under the terms of the Open Government Licence for Public Sector Information.
When using our data we require that you attribute the Council as the source. An example attribution statement for Council spend over £500 would be:
Council spend over £500 (January 2011); St Albans City and District Council; © St Albans City and District Council. This information is licensed under the Open Government Licence for public sector information, to view this licence please visit www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence