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General Finance features an extensive array of datasets examining local authority expenditure, including a complete breakdown of the RA and RO datasets. It also includes information on capital expenditure, assets, grants, council tax and balances and reserves, as well as non-financial information relating to the number and size of public facilities.
This interactive Power BI dashboard covers:
This is for authorities in England, Scotland and Wales. The principal source of data is MHCLG’s Borrowing and Investments live tables which are updated quarterly – the dashboard will be updated annually in accordance with the end of the financial year.
A biannual snapshot giving you a view of where your council is allocating its valuable resources in comparison to others. With the now added ability to forecast current and future development spend.
Taking HM treasury’s Whole of Government Accounts (WGA) datasets as a base, this interactive Power BI dashboard covers the evolving stock of assets, liabilities and reserves of authorities in England, Scotland and Wales over the last five years. The dashboard will be updated in autumn following the annual publication of the WGA statistics.
A comprehensive overview updated each autumn giving you the ability to gain insight and clarity of the government’s asset portfolio for the last five years.
The Scottish Local Financial Return publications form the basis of this interactive Power BI Dashboard, which summarises expenditure across each service area and offers analysis of authorities’ Housing Revenue Account and capital expenditure. The dashboard is split into recorded and forecasted expenditure and will be updated following the publication of the relevant datasets in August and November, respectively.
Gives you the ability to, at a single glance, summarise across each service area, providing expansive analysis and forecasts between Scottish local authorities.
Giving you a clear view of all business and council tax revenue collected by your council and others, providing you with the opportunity for comparison.