Accounts and audit

Notice of conclusion of audit for the year ended 31st March 2020

Notice of conclusion

Accounts for the year ended 31.3.2020

Approved at the Parish Council meeting on 18th May 2020

Acle PC Accounts 31.3.2020

 

Annual Return 2019/20

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Budget for the year to 31.3.2021

Annual Budget - by cost centre

Reserves 2020-21

Budget 20 -21

The total precept of £114,678 is a 2.0% increase on last year’s total but, because there are new houses in the village, the increase per average band D home is only 0.72%. The increase works out at 0.2 pence per day for an average band D home.

The total precept for an average band D home will be £116.54 per year, or 31.9 pence per day. The precept for Acle is collected by Broadland District Council as part of your council tax bill.

 

Accounts for the year ended 31.3.2019

Accounts for the year ended 31.3.2019

Asset List 2019

Annual Return

Notice of Completion of Audit
External audit report 2019

Bank reconciliation and variance analysis

CIL 19

Payments greater than £100 18-19

Notice of audit

Notice of electors’ rights

Electors’ rights

Budget for 2019/20

At the meeting on 17th December, the parish council set its budget for the year ending 31st March 2020.

The precept was set at £112,430, which works out at £115.67 per average Band D home, for the year, or 32 pence per day.

The precept pays for the maintenance and repair of parish assets such as street lights, benches, play areas, cemetery, Fletcher Room (pre-school building), youth club, grasscutting and staff costs for the parish clerk and the cleaner at the public toilets.

 

Completion of audit 2017/18

Notice of completion of audit

Annual return 17/18

Accounts and Annual Return for year ended 31.3.2018

Accounts

Annual Return

Variances and Reserves Reconciliation

Bank reconciliation

Notice of audit for year ending 31.3.2018

Notice of audit

Electors’ rights