Transparency is key to Parish and Town Council communication

Parish and Town Councils need to ensure that they are giving ‘local people the tools and information they need to hold local public bodies to account’ (Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities. March 2015), meaning they are offering a clear view of the authority.

Transparency is key to a Parish and Town Council website

Under the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014, the framework sets outs that, smaller authorities of annual turnovers not exceeding £25,000 need to offer the following information to their local electorate and ratepayers, giving them access to relevant information about authority accounts and governance:

How do you ensure that you are offering a transparent view of your Council?

One of the simplest methods is by a Council offering its community access to a simple, easy to navigate web presence. Our system offers, even those who aren’t the most confident and proficient IT users the opportunity to develop a professional, modern-looking website that is transparent, as well as GDPR and Accessibility Compliant.

To find out more about how our clients use our system, have a look at our case studies and the features of our web communication system.

Published: 19/11/2019 Published by: Rebecca Proctor

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