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  • Updated 6 days ago

    LFB procurement information - current contracts

    London Fire Brigade
    The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 requires the publication of details of every contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and any other legally enforceable agreement with a value that exceeds £5,000. The London Fire Commissioner scheme of governance provides for tenders for purchases of £10,000 or more in value. Standing orders and the code of practice can be found on the LFB web site here. This page ...
  • Updated 7 days ago

    LFEPA procurement information - purchase orders £5,000 to £10,000

    London Fire Brigade
    The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 requires the publication of details of every invitation to tender for contracts to provide goods/services with a value that exceeds £5,000. Details of LFB tender invitations of £10,000 or more are available on the London datastore here. In accordance with the LFB scheme of governance, tenders are not invited for goods/services under £10,000 in value. The LGA and DCLG advise that to publish det...
  • Updated a month ago

    LFB payments over £250 - 2018/19

    London Fire Brigade
    This dataset is for 2018/19 only. 2017/18 is available here and 2016/17 and earlier years are available here . Data for 2019/20 is available here. Payments over £250 made by the London Fire Brigade* 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 indica...
  • Updated a year ago

    LFEPA Government Procurement Card (GPC) transactions

    London Fire Brigade
    Payments (of any value) using Government Procurement Cards made by London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (London Fire Brigade) as required by the government's Transparency Code 2014. Data is published quarterly. LFEPA/LFB do not currently make extensive use of Government Procurement Cards (PRCs).
  • Updated a year ago

    LFB payments over £250 - 2017/18

    London Fire Brigade
    This dataset is for 2017/18 only. Earlier years are available here. Payments over £250 made by the London Fire Brigade* 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 which cannot be recovered; there are no such payments for ...
  • 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

    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 6 years ago

    Tourism Spend Estimates

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Local Authority level tourist spend estimates (£ millions). Indicitive borough level day visitor estimates for 2007 were derived from the LDA’s own experimental London level day visitor estimates. As such the borough level day visitor estimates should be treated with caution and the 2007 day visitor estimates are not comparable with those from previous years. They are intended only to give a best estimate of the scale of day visitor to...
  • Updated 6 years ago

    GLA Expenditure over £250

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The Mayor is committed to providing financial transparency and has instructed that regular reports should be published on all GLA expenditure over £1,000, including VAT. From summer 2010 the reporting threshold was reduced to £500 (including VAT) and from June 2012 the threshold has been reduced to £250. These reports are available from the GLA website in both comma delimited format (CSV) and portable document format (PDF), and are lis...