Finance - Budget Book and Statement of Accounts

Our Notice of Audit of Accounts and Draft Statement of Accounts for 2019/20 have been published.


Budget Book 2020/21

The budget book provides an overview of the council's revenue budget for 2020-2021 and capital programme 2019/20-2024/25. It also provides information in respect of the council's reserves, fees and charges.

Icon for pdf 2020/21 Budget Book [6.87MB]

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Audit of Accounts 2019/20

On Friday 19 June we published our Audit of Accounts 2019/20 - Notice of Public Rights. Members of the public and local government electors have certain rights in the audit process. These are detailed in the Notice.

Statement of Accounts 2019/20

The Unaudited Final Accounts presents the financial results of the council's activities for the year ended 31 March 2020, and summarises the overall financial position of the council as at 31 March 2020. This Narrative Report sets out the key issues and is intended to give the reader an insight into the council's performance during 2019/20.

Icon for pdf Unaudited Final Accounts 2019/20 [3.88MB]

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Independent auditor's report 2018/19

BDO LLP have audited the financial statements of Uttlesford District Council for the year ended 31 March 2019 in accordance with the requirements of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014.

Icon for pdf Independent auditor's report 2018/19 [177.39KB]

Annual Audit Letter 2017/18

The annual audit letter is issued following completion of the audit procedures for the year ended 31 March 2018.

Icon for pdf 2017-18 Annual Audit Letter [3.15MB]

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Inspecting financial documents

Printed versions of the Statements of accounts which include all of the original signatures may be inspected at the Council Office in Saffron Walden. Ideally anyone wishing to do so should give 24 hours notice.


Additional information

Icon for pdf View the council's financial regulations and procedures [1.23MB]
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► Transparency - how the council is spending your money