Transparency and open data
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires all public authorities to provide public access to the information they hold. This means Buckinghamshire Council is obliged to publish certain information about what we spend and how we work.
Some of this information is published as open data, this means information that can be automatically read and processed by a computer and easily reused. Making this information available as open data helps to promote government transparency. It also encourages people to use this information to make products and services that benefit everyone.
You can find out more about open data (external website).
Using our information and data sets
The information we publish as open data is licensed under Open Government Licence (external website).
You can use and reuse information that is published under this licence with a few conditions. Your use of information that is published under this licence (the 'Information') indicates your acceptance of the terms and conditions of the licence.
We are interested in how this information is being used. You can tell us about how you are using it.
Our data sets
On 1 April 2020, a single new Buckinghamshire Council replaced the county and district councils. Some of our data sets contain information about the old county and district councils. This information will be updated with new data about Buckinghamshire Council when it is available.
Who we are and what we do
What we spend and how we spend it
How we make decisions
Our policies and procedures
Services provided by the council
County and district councils
Information about the old county and district councils.
Statement of accounts
As of 1 April 2020, the above local councils merged to form Buckinghamshire Council. A shadow authority was established to help manage this transitional period.
Trade union facility time
See our information about trade union facility time.