As part of our commitment to providing financial transparency the information below details the remuneration provided to our Senior Management Team. The salary disclosure shows the normal FTE salary for each post holder.
Please see the following links to the Pay Policy Statement:
- Pay Policy Statement 2019/20
- Senior management structure - including statement of senior officers' responsibilities
Expenditure over £250
Information regarding Council spending over £250 is also available on our dedicated web page. Please see the following link for details:
National non-domestic rates datasets
Reports will be updated by the first of every month. The information contained in the reports is from our systems on the 25th of the previous month.
Please see previous months datasets on the following page - datasets-national-non-domestic-rates-archived.
View our latest Contracts Register.
View our latest ICT Contracts Register.
Waste Collection Contracts
We're required under the transparency code to publish details of our existing waste collection contracts, in addition to our contracts register. Please see the details below.
Invitation to Tender
The following link details every invitation to tender for contracts to provide goods and/or services with a value that exceeds £5,000 for the last quarter.
Government Procurement Cards
The following link details all spending on Government Procurement Cards.
The following links provide Selby District Council's most recent parking accounts.
Counter Fraud Work
The following link provides all information related to counter fraud work.
Land and assets
Trade Union Facility Time
The following link provides all information related to Trade Union facility time for 2020/21.
Local area information
We use a range of data about our area to inform decisions about our services. You can read the 2019 Local Insight Report here.
Data North Yorkshire
We are also working in partnership with other North Yorkshire local authorities and organisations to become more open with our data. This site is a catalogue of data for anyone to use, in any way you want. You are able to search for, preview and download data from a wide range of providers on a number of different themes.
Because we have produced this site in partnership, you can look at information from different organisations across the county in one place. It gives you the opportunity to share, discuss, map and analyse. The site even allows data to be used to build applications should you wish to, with the extensive API.
Since 2009, members of the UK Government have strived to make government data freely available to the public in a format which can be downloaded and used. This is known as Open Data and has gone from strength to strength. The initiative has resulted in over 40,000 UK government datasets being made available for the public to use.
The portal also has information from different organisations such as Ordnance Survey, Natural England and The Environment Agency.