List of all payments including grant payments made by the Parish Council to voluntary/community/social enterprise organisations - Follow this link
Asset Register - Follow the link
Doug Millen : Parish Clerk, RFO and Community Hall Manager
Nicola Meaney : Assistant to the Clerk
Karen Woolgar: Community Hall Assistant and Bookings contact.
Local authorities are already required to publish, under the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015, the following information with regard to senior salaries:
· The number of employees whose remuneration in that year was at least £50,000 in brackets of £5,000
· Details of remuneration and job title of certain senior employees whose salary is at least £50,000
· Employees whose salaries are £150,000 or more must also be identified by name In addition to this requirement, local authorities must place a link on their website to these published data or place the data itself on their website, together with a list of responsibilities (for example, the services and functions they are responsible for, budget held and number of staff) and details of bonuses and ‘benefits-in-kind’, for all employees whose salary exceeds £50,000.
Felpham Parish Council has no staff member whose salary is £50,000 or greater and therefore has no information to publish.
The code requires that local authorities must publish the pay multiple on their website, defined as the ratio between the highest paid taxable earnings for the given year (including base salary, variable pay, bonuses, allowances and the cash value of any benefits-in-kind) and the median earnings figure of the whole of the authority’s workforce. The measure must:
Felpham Parish Council’s pay multiple as at 1 September 2021 is 1.54:1
These calculations include part-time employees’ total salaries as full-time equivalents, not pro rata.