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Cemeteries Statistics 2015/16 Actuals (Excel)


This publication includes details of: the number and area of cemeteries; the number of interments and new graves excavated; staff employed at cemeteries; revenue expenditure and income and fees and charges.
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CIPFA Local Authority Expenditure Comparative Profile 2015/16


The CIPFA Local Authority Expenditure Comparative Profiles were developed in response to requests from local authorities from across England. Our comparative profiles use the latest DCLG Revenue Outturn (RO) data, bringing it into simple and easy to read charts that collectively build up a detailed view of how your service costs compare to others. In 2015 these popular profiles return for their third edition.

Fire and Rescue Service Statistics 2016 (Excel)


This publication contains actual and estimated income and expenditure figures, together with data on: number of fire stations; appliances; personnel; firefighters' pension fund.
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Council Tax Demands and Precepts 2017/18 Estimates


This publication describes the local levies made by authorities to fund expenditure following the implementation of the Local Government Finance Act 1992.
It includes the number of chargeable dwellings by band; the average council tax per dwelling; the average Band D equivalent council tax; authorities’ budget requirements and levels of precepts.
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Balance Sheet Management in the Public Services: A Framework for Good Practice (2017 Edition)


This publication is a self-assessment tool to help organisations understand their balance sheets and achieve service efficiencies and improvements.