Data and Information
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) gives people a right of access to information held by public bodies unless an exemption applies.
The Environmental Information Regulations (EIR) gives the public access rights to Environmental Information held by a public authority.
We embrace the Government's transparency agenda because we recognise the importance for local people to be able to find out how we are spending money.
We believe that it is important to be open and transparent about what we pay our senior officers. You can view the salaries of all Officers who receive more than £50,000 per year.
Data matching involves comparing computer records held by one body against other computer records held by the same or another body to see how far they match.
The Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015 allow individuals and organisations to apply to re-use information held by us.
Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. We work closely with other agencies to promote people's welfare and protect them from harm.
There is an ever-increasing drive towards open data in government. We take our responsibilities for openness seriously and will actively strive to publish information that's relevant to your needs.
Local authorities must publish details of every invitation to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services with a value that exceeds £5,000 and details of any contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and any other legally enforceable agreement with a value that exceeds £5,000. Local authorities must also publish details of their existing waste collection contracts.
Local authorities must publish details of all land and building assets including:
Local authorities must publish details of all grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.
Local Authorities are required to publish an organisation chart covering members of staff in the top three levels of the organisation. The organisation chart includes the top three levels of staff,
Local authorities must publish the following information on trade union facility time in accordance with the Facility Time Publication Requirement Regulations 2017:
Apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study. As an apprentice you will get to work alongside experienced staff and will gain job-specific skills, as well as earning a wage and gaining valuable qualifications.
In 2019 we took part in a Peer Review, a process which involved a small team of Local Government Officers and Councillors spending time with us to provide challenge and share learning.
East Lindsey District Council must publish information about the cost of providing Local Land Charge and Local Search Services as well as the income received - this is required by The Local Authorities (England) (Charges for Property Services) Regulations 2008.
From March 2018, public sector employers with more than 250 employees were required by law to report and publish gender pay gap information using employee data from the previous year. The gender pay information details the difference between men and women's aggregate hourly pay.