Financial Information

Exercise of public rights

End of Year Accounts

Estimates of Income and Expenditure

Annual Return Form & External Auditors Report

Precept

The Precept is that element of your Council Tax that is paid to Cogenhoe & Whiston Parish Council.

Every year, the Council draws up budgets and calculates how much money it needs for the next Financial Year. These are usually finalised at the January Council meeting and then submitted to South Northants Council (SNC). SNC co-ordinates the other demands from Northamptonshire County Council, the Police and themselves and come up with the rate to be paid from 1st April of that year. For the financial year 2021/22 the precept amount is £30,000.

Financial Regulations

Monthly Expenditure

Each months expenditure is detail in the minutes.

Procurement Information

Here you can find details of any invitations to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services with a value exceeding £25,000.

Invitation to tender

Quotations are invited for internal upgrade works to the Village hall including installation of toilet facilities, kitchen, internal wall removal / rebuild, replacement flooring, new doors & windows, general making good to walls.

Details can also be viewed at

Refurbishment works to Village Hall - Contracts Finder

Please contact the Clerk on 07512 045418

Email clerk@cogenhoeandwhiston-pc.gov.uk

Date of closure 12th March 2021 at 5pm

Cogenhoe & Whiston Parish Council

Invitation to tender

Invitation to tender applications are invited for the renovation and extension of the Play Area, Cogenhoe & Whiston Village Hall, York Avenue, Cogenhoe, Northants, NN7 1NB.

This contract has been awarded to Kompan Ltd. subject to funding being secured. 29.10.19

This can also be accessed via https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/0feff592-c240-4596-b5ef-9f04c093ca23

Expenditure £100 or over for previous financial years

List of Assets held by the Parish Council

Community Infrastructure Levy

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge that Local Authorities can make on new developments in their area. It was introduced by the Government in April 2010 under the CIL Regulations 2010. The CIL is essentially a pre-set charge that can be applied to new developments and collected by each local authority. CIL is intended to be used to help towards funding a range of infrastructure that is needed as a result of new development, for example road schemes, schools and community facilities.