The Council and Transparency

The Council and Transparency

The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 came into effect on 1st April 2015. The code issued by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government in exercise of powers under Section 2 of the Local Government, Planning and Land Act 1980.

Wallingford Town Council meets the definition of a local authority covered by the requirements of the code, defined as ‘a parish council which has gross annual income or expenditure (whichever is higher) exceeding £200,000.

The code requires local authorities in England to publish the following information quarterly :

  • Expenditure exceeding £500 (found on our Finance Page)
  • Procurement Information

Additionally, local authorities are required to publish the following information annually :

  • Local Authority Land
  • Grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations
  • Organisational Chart
  • Senior Salaries
  • Pay Multiple

Wallingford Town Council complies with the requirements of the code by publishing the information on this website. Hard copies are available on request from the Town Council Office email :  queries@wallingfordtowncouncil.gov.uk

Community Grants

Details of Community grants given by Wallingford Town Council can be found on our Grants and Awards page.
View our Policy on Grant’s here   :   Policy and Guidance Awarding Grant Aid to Local Organisations 

Contracts and Tenders

Please read the Council Standing Orders for details of contracts and financial regulations.

Wallingford Town Council Standing orders and Financial Regulations  (please visit page 29 for Contracts)


Parking Spaces

Wallingford Town Council have 33 parking spaces in Castle Yard Car Park, Castle Street, Wallingford.

Permit holders pay a fee to the Council each year.

There is currently a waiting list for these spaces and if you are interested in one, please call the office on: queries@wallingfordtowncouncil.gov.uk


Land and Buldings

Council Team

The number of employees whose salary was at least £50,000 at 01/04/2023 was none.