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Senior Staff - budgets and income - 1 June 2020 (Excel doc) [39KB]

This page is a list of data sets that Chichester District Council has opened up. Open data is about increasing transparency in government. It's also about sharing the information we hold with the wider community to build useful applications.


The Local Government Transparency Code

The local government transparency code has been issued with the intention of placing more power into citizens' hands and increasing democratic accountability. The code requires local authorities to publish a range of information to make it easier for local people to contribute to the local decision making process and help shape public services. The code can be viewed in full on the Local Government Transparency Code (opens new window) website.

Payment performance

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Percentage of invoices paid within 30 days (for 2020/21)


   Potential interest to suppliers due to late payment (for 2020/21)


Government procurement card transactions

Although the Council does not use Government procurement cards, we have a small number of credit cards that are used for purchasing goods and services. We are seeking to develop a publication process for this information.


We produce an annual Counter Fraud Report which describes our Counter Fraud Activities.

Fraud Prevention Report 2018-19 (PDF) [118KB]

Fraud Prevention Report 2017-18 (PDF) [101KB]

Fraud Prevention Report 2016-17 (PDF) [67KB]

Social housing asset value

The Council transferred its social housing stock to the Hyde group (opens new window) in 2001. Other information on housing matters within Chichester is available on our Housing page.

Senior staff - responsibilities and remuneration

Under the Local Government Transparency Code 2015 the council is required to publish information about the responsibilities and remuneration of our senior staff. The Code defines senior staff as those earning over £50,000 a year.

Senior staff structure

This chart shows the council's senior staff and the number of full-time equivalent staff that they manage.

Senior Staff Structure including staff numbers - 1st June 2020 (Word doc) [253KB]

Senior Staff job responsibilities

The following are the Job profiles of all the council officers listed in the senior staff structure chart.

Chief Executive Officer - Job Description and Person Specification (Word doc) [39KB]

Executive Director - job description (Word doc) [40KB]

Service Director Job Specification and Description (Word doc) [25KB]

Building Control Manager (Word doc) [43KB]

Business Support Divisional Manager (Word doc) [82KB]

CCS - Service Manager (Word doc) [69KB]

Communications, Licensing & Events Divisional Manager (Word doc) [68KB]

Communities and Wellbeing Divisional Manager (Word doc) [65KB]

County Adaptations Manager (Word doc) [41KB]

Democratic Services Divisional Manager (Word doc) [77KB]

Development Management Divisional Manager (Word doc) [36KB]

Development Manager (Majors & Business & National Park & Applications) (Word doc) [30KB]

Enforcement Service Manager (Word doc) [33KB]

Environmental Protection Divisional Manager (Word doc) [37KB]

Financial Services Divisional Manager (Word doc) [86KB]

Health Protection Divisional Manager (Word doc) [33KB]

Housing Services Divisional Manager (Word doc) [32KB]

ICT Manager (Word doc) [74KB]

Place Divisional Manager (Word doc) [74KB]

Planning Policy Divisional Manager (Word doc) [38KB]

Principal Solicitor (Word doc) [84KB]

Property & Growth Divisional Manager (Word doc) [43KB]

Revenues & Benefits Divisional Manager (Word doc) [62KB]

Senior staff budgets & income figures

This table shows the budgets and income that senior staff manage or are responsible for.

Senior Staff - budgets and income - 1 June 2020 (Excel doc) [39KB]

Senior staff remuneration

This table shows the pay and benefits of senior staff.

Senior Staff Remuneration - 1st June 2020 (Excel doc) [32KB]

Trade union facility time and costs

Under the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017 and the Local Government Transparency Code 2015 the council is required to publish information about the trade unions it recognises and works with. These are Unison, Unite and GMB.

The following document shows trade union facility time and costs at the council.

Trade Union facility time and costs (Word doc) [14KB]

Gender pay gap

From April 2017, under The Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017, employers with 250 or more employees are required to publish statutory gender pay gap calculations every year. The following document provides more details,

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2023 (Word doc) [23KB]

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2022 (Word doc) [23KB]

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2021 (Word doc) [23KB]

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2020 (Word doc) [23KB]

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2019 (Word doc) [23KB]

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2018 (Word doc) [22KB]

Gender Pay Gap at 31 March 2017 (Word doc) [16KB]








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