Financial

Inspection of accounts

Notice - inspection of accounts for the year ended 31/03/2016

Expenditure over £500

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The transparency code for local councils means we must make public any expenditure over £500.  Our transactions can be accessed here:

FY 2017/18

FY 2016/17

FY 2015/16

Annual Returns

Local Councils in England with an annual turnover of £1 million or less must complete an annual return summarising their annual activities at the end of each financial year. You can see our last five year's returns here:

pdfAnnual Return for 2016-17567.79 KB

pdfAnnual_Return_for_2015-16.pdf4.5 MB

pdfAnnual Return for 2014-15 (PDF file)3.14 MB

pdfAnnual Return for 2013-14 (PDF file)2.88 MB

 pdfAnnual Return for 2012-13 (PDF)3.27 MB

pdfAnnual Return for 2011-12 (PDF)2.99 MB

pdfAnnual Return for 2010-11 (PDF)3.16 MB

pdfAnnual Return for 2009-10 (PDF)2.92 MB

External Audit

Notice of Conclusion of Audit - Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2016

Internal Audit Reports

pdfInternal Audit Report 2015-1672.93 KB

pdfInternal Audit Report 2014-15.pdf53.77 KB

pdfInternal Audit Report 2013-14.pdf59.59 KB

pdfInternal Audit Report 2012-13.pdf5.22 MB

pdfInternal Audit Report 2011-12 (PDF)3.98 MB 

pdfInternal Audit Report 2010-11.pdf6.05 MB

Precept

Each year Marlborough Town Council agrees its budget for the forthcoming year and sets the precept. This is to cover any shortfall in the budget the Council needs for the next financial year and is based on planned income (funds from investments, rental income etc) and expenditure (capital projects planned, running of services etc). The difference is the amount it needs to raise locally from Council Tax payers - the Precept. Wiltshire Council collects this on behalf of the Town Council and it is paid in two instalments during the financial year. The Town Council tries to ensure that the tax burden on local people is reduced by seeking external funding for projects where it can.

Find out more about the proportion collected by Wiltshire Council for Marlborough Town Council and the services it provides for you at a local level, which equates to around 10% of your overall bill:

2017 - Press Release and Information Leaflet

2016 booklet - click here

 

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