2016/17 Accounts

This financial year will run from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017.


The Parish Council's accounts are made up of several documents, starting with the budget which was approved on 21st October 2015: TPC 16-17 Approved Budget.pdf

A breakdown and analysis of the accounts at the end of the year is given in the reports below:

TPC 16-17 Monitoring Against Budget (outturn).pdf

TPC 16-17 Year End Balance Analysis.pdf

The Council has now prepared its accounts for the 2016/17 period and they can be viewed in the documents below:

TPC 16-17 Bank Reconciliation.pdf

TPC 16- 17 Monies Received.pdf

TPC 16-17 Payments Made.pdf

AuditThe Parish Council undergoes three stages of audit. 

Each year the Council approves an internal audit plan. This explains the processes and checks which are in place to ensure that the Council's finances are being handled properly and securely. The plan for 201/17 can be found here: TPC Internal Audit Review.pdf

The second is an independent check of all financial transactions relating to the 2016/17 financial year, as well as an audit of the Councils governance and practices.  This was carried out by Sue Walsh, who is clerk to Darley with Menwith Parish Council, and has been appointed as the Council's Internal Auditor for 2016/17.  Her report is in the following document:

TPC 16-17 Internal Auditors Opinion.pdf

All local councils are required to complete and submit an Annual Return.  This is then audited by a firm of accountants appointed by the Audit Commission.  The Parish Council's Annual Return for the year 2016/17 can be viewed here:

TPC 16-17 Annual Return one.pdf

TPC 16-17 Annual Return two.pdf

An explanation of the significant variances( where there is a variance of more than 15%) between the 2015/16 and 2016/17 financial years is given in the document here: TPC Explaination of Variences 2016 - 17.pdf

The audit of the Council's 2016/17 accounts has now been formally concluded.  You can view a notice to this effect here:

TPC 16-17 Notice of Conclusion of Audit.pdf

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