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Basildon Council Members Allowances and Expenses

Monthly lists of Members expenses

Basildon Council Procurement Portal

Basildon District Council spends approximately £43 million each year on a wide range of products, services and works programmes. This represents some significant opportunities for a wide range of...

Basildon Council Payments to Suppliers over £500

The following reports list individual invoices paid by Basildon Council with a value of over £500 (excluding VAT) each month. This allows residents to see the money that the Council spends with...

Basildon Council Business Rates Published National Non Domestic Rates

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 provides a 'right of access' to NNDR Business Rates recorded information. We regularly update and publish details of RVs,charges, reliefs, ratepayers, new...

Basildon Council Parking Revenues and Controlled Spaces

Details of number of parking spaces and revenue collected

Basildon Council Publication of Senior Salary Information

Regulation 4 of the Accounts and Audit (Amendment No 2 ) (England) regulations 2009 introduced a legal requirement for reporting remuneration of senior employees to increase the transparency and...


This dataset provides a Tree Preservation Area layer in polygons, taken from the authorities Planning System. This layer should be reviewed alongside the TPO point layer.


This dataset provides a Tree Preservation Area layer in points, taken from the authorities Planning System


Basildon Borough Town Centres layers used for various studies in 2008. Shows


The Sustainable Environmental Assessment explored Swimming Pools available to residents in...


This layer was used in the Sustainable Environmental Assessment to define where local education opportunities were to the Basildon...


The sustainable environmental assessment had to define where development and infrastructure met, this layer accounted for recycling points in 2008


The Sustainable Environmental Assessment required a rounded view of the impact of development within the environment, this layer provides an insight into the Local wildlife sites of 2008


The sustainable environment assessment required the authority to review local infrastructure - this account for libraries. This layer appears to only account for the main library at Basildon...


The sustainable environmental assessment had to account for leisure centre accessibility. This layer was made to enable potential sites of development to be identified against current infrastructure.


The sustainable environmental assessment required to review the proximity of higher and further education establishments in 2008.


The sustainable environmental assessment required to account for potential delivery and health infrastructure. As such a layer of General Practitioners (GPs) of the time was created in 2008.


The Sustainable Environmental Assessment Study identified areas of Essex County Council waste allocations in 2008. The review took this layer into account.


Properties identified as being Dentists in 2008, for the Sustainable Environment Assessment


The sustainable environment assessment must account for crematoria, and this layer was used to define the position of Basildon Borough in 2008