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This board is responsible for preparing, maintaining, developing and issuing the Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting for the United Kingdom.
From 2010/11 onwards, the Code has been based on International Financial Reporting Standards.
The board is a partnership between CIPFA (England, Northern Ireland and Wales) and the Local Authority (Scotland) Accounts Advisory Committee (LASAAC).
Contact Sarah Sheen with any queries about CIPFA/LASAAC.
Find out more by reading the CIPFA/LASAAC Terms of Reference and the sub-pages listed below:
CIPFA/LASAAC has issued the following important statement on 10 March 2017:
Statement from CIPFA/LASAAC Local Authority Code Board on the Measurement of the Highways Network Asset (PDF, 212KB)
A detailed statement will be issued in due course.
CIPFA/LASAAC is in the process of finalising the proposals for amending and updating the 2018/19 Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting in the United Kingdom (the Code). CIPFA/LASAAC would be interested to hear your views on how the Code might be improved.
If you have an issue which you think should be considered by CIPFA/LASAAC, outline your issue and the financial reporting justification for its inclusion in the development programme for the 2018/19 Code. Send this to the Secretary of CIPFA/LASAAC. Comments are requested by 28 April 2017.
The Chair of CIPFA/LASAAC, Lynn Pamment, and the Secretary, Sarah Sheen, published Council Accounting: A Shift from Rules to Principles in Public Finance.
Alison Scott, Head of Standards and Financial Reporting at CIPFA, has published Accounts Should Be of Interest to Local Taxpayers in the 4 June 2015 issue of Municipal Journal.
Sarah Sheen, the secretary to the board, has published The Road to the Code in Public Finance.