Transparency in local government
We are committed to being open and transparent about how we work, our decision-making processes and the services we provide.
In order to promote openness and transparency, the government has recommended that all local authorities publish a number of key datasets. A list of these datasets including an overview of what they should include is available to view in the Department for Communities and Local Government's Local Government Transparency Code 2015.
Our Publication scheme is a guide to the information that we publish on our website as a matter of routine and its aim is to make the majority of information available to you so that you do not need to make a specific request to us.
Business rates and council tax
Commercial property investments
Data protection requests processed
Freedom of Information (FOI) requests processed (including Environmental Information Regulation (EIR) requests):
- 2016 - 843
- 2017 - 930
- 2018 - 964
Data subject access requests (DSARs) processed:
- 2016 - 9
- 2017 - 21
- 2018 - 69
- 2019 - 98
- 2020 - 82
Fees and charges
This document sets up prices and charges for all the different paid-for services provided by the council. You can find out more about each of the different services provided by going to the relevant page on our website.
- Contracts Register
- Fraud reporting
- Government procurement card transactions
- Land and assets (non-housing)
Housing and homelessness
- ICT key information (service delivery, spend, security, end user devices)
- Norfolk Insight (data and information about Norfolk's population)
- Policies and strategies
- Pay multiple - see 5.2 of Pay Policy Statement
- Gender pay gap
- Trade union time
Parks and open spaces
- Waste contracts (on East of England database)