Local councils in England with an annual turnover of £6.5 million or less must complete an annual return in accordance with proper practices summarising their activities at the end of each financial year. The annual return is the principal means by which a parish council is accountable to its electorate, and councils must complete an annual return to confirm that everything is in order.
- Annual return for year ended 31 March 2017
- Annual return for year ended 31 March 2016
- Annual return for year ended 31 March 2015
- Annual return for year ended 31 March 2014
CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy)
The CIL is a charge on new development payable to councils. It is used to address demands of growth, including funding infrastructure such as new schools and transport improvements, needed to support new development in the borough.
Warfield Parish Council is required under Regulation 62A of the CIL Regulations to prepare and publish an annual report detailing funds received and spent.
Parish and Town Councils that have received a proportion of CIL funds have a duty to produce an annual report that details the amount of CIL funds received and spent. The report for each year from 2016-17 can be viewed here.