Elford Village


Financial Information and Audit

According to the Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities, Parish Councils must publish information about how they handle public money. This includes the following:

The Parish Council's budget for this financial year

Financial Risk Assessment

Items of expenditure over £100 files/Transparency Code and Audit info/Items_of_Expenditure_over_100_2016-17.xlsx


The 2017 Audit has now been concluded with no issues of concern: see below

files/Transparency Code and Audit info/Notice_of_Conclusion_of_Audit_2017.pdf

files/Transparency Code and Audit info/Audited_Annual_Return.pdf

A copy of the Annual Governance Statement and Accounting Statements can be found here

files/Transparency Code and Audit info/Approved_Annual_Return.pdf

Schedules of bank reconciliation and explanation of variances can be found here files/Transparency Code and Audit info/Schedules_and_explanation_of_variances.pdf


A copy of the unaudited accounts and supporting paperwork can be found here - files/Annual_Return_Elford_2016.pdf and files/Bank_Reconciliation__variances_2016.docx

The Annual Return 2016  audited. See files/Annual_Return_Audited_2016.pdf


Parish Council Information

The Transparency Code also requires us to publish a list of Councillor Responsibilities

Elford Parish Council owns no public land or building assets, although it leases the Sportsfield and Playground in Brickhouse Lane from Birmingham City Council and manages these.