Precept Information (Community Charge) – 2018 / 2019
The Dyserth Community Council precept for the financial year 2018 / 2019 is £41,000.00. This amount is precept on residential properties within the community, and equates to a figure of £38.18p per household on a Band D property. There are 37 Town and Community Councils in the County of Denbighshire, with the highest Community Charge being £64.60p. There are 1074 household properties within the Dyserth Community area – as at January 2018. The Band D household precept for the Dyserth Community Council area, is made up as follows:
Denbighshire County Council – £1,247.84
Police & Crime Commissioner – £258.12
Dyserth Community Council – £38.18
Dyserth Community Council Finances
The Community Council accounts and financial policies of the Council, are audited each year by an Internal auditor, who is appointed by the Denbighshire County Council. The accounts are also subject to a further audit by an external auditor, appointed by the Wales Audit. The Electors Rights to inspect the accounts and audit report are advertised each year within the community, in accordance with the rules and regulations.
Community Council Accounts – 2017 / 2018
Please click on the below link, which will open a pdf document providing details of the Community Council’s 2017 / 2018 end of year audited accounts:
Payments (Allowances) to Members of Dyserth Community Council – 2017 / 2018
In accordance with Section 151 of the Local Government Measure 2011, Community and Town Councils must publish within their authority area the remuneration received by their members by 30th September following the end of the year to which the payment relates. The information must also be sent to the Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales by the same date.
Please click on the below link, which will open a pdf document providing details of the Dyserth Community Council Members Payments (Allowances) for 2017 / 2018.
Financial Support and Donations
The Dyserth Community Council welcome applications from the Community for financial support. However, the application must be from a bone fide group, or committee, that at least one or more of the Councillors’ are aware of. There are strict guidelines that the Community Council must adhere to, when considering and granting financial support. Financial support is also granted to organisations and charitable institutions outside the Council area, but these applications must in some way benefit the community.
The Minutes of the Community Council (see separate web pages), provide full details of all applications for financial support, that have been granted by the Council. The Minutes also show the various accounts paid by the Council. Further details in respect of applying for financial support from the Community Council, or any other financial information, can be obtained from the Clerk and Financial Officer – as per the contact details below.
Clerk and Financial Officer To Dyserth Community Council
R. Phillip Parry,
Clerk and Financial Officer To Dyserth Community Council,
51 St. Michael’s Drive,
Telephone: 01352 – 720547