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  • Updated 2 months ago

    LFB electronic Purchasing Card Solution (ePCS) transactions

    London Fire Brigade
    Payments (of any value) using electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS); the ePCS has replaced the government procurement card (GPC), made by the London Fire Brigade as required to be published by the government's Local Government Transparency Code 2015. Data is published quarterly. LFB does not currently make extensive use of the ePCS. The London Fire Commissioner is the fire authority for Greater London and runs the London Fire Briga...
  • Updated 5 months ago

    London input-output tables

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The London IO tables provide an overview of activity across sectors and key aggregates (production, consumption and expenditure) as well as the interlinkages between sectors and London’s trade (with the rest of the UK, the EU and the rest of the world).  The IO tables are product x product rather than industry x industry. The data is for the product definition of sectors, and sector coverage aligns with the 2014 London Business Survey. ...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    LFB/LFEPA payments over £250 - 2016/17 and earlier years

    London Fire Brigade
    This is histoirc data for 2016/17 and earlier years. Later years are published separately. This dataset is not updated. Payments over £250 made by the London Fire Brigade (LFEPA) as part of the government and Mayor of London's transparency agenda. As of November 2012 the threshold for expenditure changed from £500 to £250 at request of the Mayor. The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 requires the data to indicate VAT for payments...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Assembly Member Expenses

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Declaration of expenses incurred by Assembly Members. This currently links to the existing PDF and RTF documents on the GLA website. We are working on making this data available in an easier to use format.
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Focus on London - Income and Spending

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    FOCUSONLONDON2010:INCOMEANDSPENDINGATHOME Household income in London far exceeds that of any other region in the UK. At £900 per week, London’s gross weekly household income is 15 per cent higher than the next highest region. Despite this, the costs to each household are also higher in the capital. Londoners pay a greater amount of their income in tax and national insurance than the UK average as well as footing a higher bill for housi...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Waltham Forest - Council Transparency

    Waltham Forest
    Waltham Forest's dedicated page for publishing council transparency data. Includes information on organisation structure, payscales and expenditure over £500. Relevant link:
  • Updated 5 years ago

    TfL Expenditure Over £500

    Transport for London (TfL)
    The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has endorsed an initiative by the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government to promote transparency in the public sector by publishing all expenditure over £500. These reports are available in both comma delimited format (CSV) and portable document format (PDF), and are listed on the Transport for London website. This excludes items in accordance with exemptions ...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Wandsworth Open Data

    London Borough of Wandsworth
    Open data for London Borough of Wandsworth. Monthly reports detailing council expenditure over £500 and geocoded information about the location of various facilities within the Borough.
  • Updated 5 years ago

    2010-2013 GLA budget detail

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    2010-2013 GLA budget breakdown by directorate
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Mayor's Decisions

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Register of Mayoral decisions approving proposals for new or significant initiatives. The Mayor has pledged to uphold and develop the highest standards of transparency and openness in the way that he makes decisions and spends public money. The Mayor rather than GLA officers approves proposals for new or significant initiatives and those where expenditure will be over £50,000. These decisions are published on the GLA website in RTF and ...