Data transparency, open data and The Local Government Transparency Code
Through its drive for transparency, the Government is encouraging councils to make more of their information available in a way which can be easily shared and re-used. This is called open data.
Providing our information in an open data format will provide benefits to residents, businesses and the wider data and developer community.
We've already made some of our data available in this format and we'll be looking to open up further data sets as well as provide access to meaningful performance data.
Our open data
We've been looking for ways of helping developers and website owners access our data and this section lets you explore our data sets.
We want to make the data we hold as easy as possible for people to access and use in the ways they want - whether it is sharing it easily or using it to build something new!
We have a small number of data sets available at the moment but we're looking to add to this all the time. See the license page for how our data can be used.
If there is some information you would particularly like to see here please email: email@example.com and we'll try to make it available.
Current open data
All of the information listed as being currently available in an open data format can be found in the related documents section. A link has been provided to the main home of the information on the website too.
Latest news and updates and other RSS feeds
We have a number of Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds available for our website. You can sign up for these by email or through subscribing to their equivalent RSS feed.
- latest news and updates
- school closures (all of Derbyshire or by district)
- new cabinet meetings, agendas and papers
- new full council meetings, agendas and papers
- Safer Derbyshire news.
Follow us on Twitter (opens in a new window).
The location of all council grit bins in Derbyshire.
Rights of way
The network of rights of way in the Derbyshire.
The Local Government Transparency Code
Property and land we own and use
We've published details of property and land we own and use in a spreadsheet in Excel format.
Organisation charts showing the top three levels of the organisation are attached to this page.
You can also read about what each of our five departments is responsible for.
Senior salaries and pay policy
A document showing details of employees whose salary was over £50,000 on 1 April can be downloaded from the related documents section of this page.
We've also published our pay policy statement which provides further information on senior officer pay.
Trade union facility time
A document showing trade union facility time is attached to this page.
The ratio between the chief executive and the median earnings figure of our workforce is available in our pay policy statement.
We made an spreadsheet in Excel format of data about parking tickets that have been issued available in response to a Freedom of Information request.
You can find the spreadsheet and our response (opens in a new window) on the What Do They Know website.
We publish our annual parking report (opens in a new window). This report contains details on the number of parking tickets issued, appeal rates and the financial information relating to expenditure and penalty charge income.
A document showing details of controlled parking spaces is attached.
Our constitution sets out how we operate, how decisions are made and the procedures we follow to ensure the council is efficient, transparent and accountable to local people.
Council spending over £500
Council spending over £500 is available as a monthly breakdown in PDF and CSV format.
Our procurement contract register details our contract expenditure above £10,000.
Grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations
A cabinet report about payments to community and voluntary organisations is attached to this page.
We've published information about grants awarded by our chief executive office.
A document showing details of grants awarded by our economy, transport and environment department is attached.
While much of the information listed in this section is available on our website, we're currently working on making it available in an open data format.
The following documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF). You can download software to view PDF documents for free from the Adobe website (opens in a new window)
The following documents are in Excel format. You can download software to view Excel documents for free from the Excel viewer page (opens in a new window) of the Microsoft website.
- Payments to community and voluntary organisations (63KB)
- Organisation charts (101KB)
- Senior salaries 2017 (438KB)
- Trade union facility time (19KB)
- Controlled Parking (99KB)
- ETE Grants Payable Transparency Disclosure (17KB)
- ETE Controlled Spaces (23KB)