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Council Accounts

Budget Book

The Council's Budget Book is distributed annually to County Council Officers and elected members.  It is an essential management control document, detailing departmental core objectives, structures, resources and responsibilities. 

Powys budget timetable 2024-25 (PDF) [188KB]

Budget Book 2023/24 Financial Year

Budget Book 2022/23 Financial Year (PDF) [720KB]

Budget Book 2021/22 Financial Year (PDF) [966KB]

Budget Book 2020/21 Financial Year (PDF) [28MB]

Budget Book 2019/20 Financial Year (PDF) [2MB]

Budget Book 2018/19 Financial Year (PDF) [3MB]

Budget Book 2017/18 Financial Year (PDF) [1MB]

Budget Book 2016/17 Financial Year (PDF) [2MB]

Budget Book 2015/16 Financial Year (PDF) [2MB]

Budget Book 2014/15 Financial Year (PDF) [1MB]

 

Statement of accounts

The Statement of Accounts is the statutory summary of the council's financial affairs for the financial year and is prepared in accordance with the local government Accounting Code of Practice (ACOP). The purpose of the Statement of Accounts is to give electors, local taxpayers, council members and any other interested parties clear information on the overall finances of the council and to demonstrate the council's stewardship of public money for the year.

Powys County Council Statement of Accounts 2023-24

Regulation 10(1) of the Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014 (as amended) requires that the Responsible Financial Officer of Powys County Council sign and date the statement of accounts and certify that it presents a true and fair view of the financial position of the body at the end of the year to which it relates and of that body's income and expenditure for that year. The Regulations require that this be completed by 31 May 2024.

The Responsible Financial Officer has not signed and certified the accounts for the year ended 31 March 2024. The Authority intends to complete preparation of the Draft Statement of Accounts by 30 June 2024 in line with agreed Welsh Government expectations.

Annual Governance Statement 2022/23 (PDF) [662KB]

Statement of Accounts 2022-23 (PDF) [1MB]

Annual Governance Statement 2021/22 (PDF) [1MB]

Statement of Accounts 2021-22 (PDF) [2MB]

Statement of Accounts 2020-21 (PDF) [1MB]

Annual Governance Statement 2020-21 (PDF) [1MB]

Statement of Accounts 2019-20 (PDF) [1MB]

Annual Governance Statement 2019-20 (PDF) [848KB]

Statement of accounts 2018/19 (PDF) [1MB]

Annual Governance Statement 2018/19 (PDF) [573KB]

Statement of Accounts 2017/18 (PDF) [1MB]

Statement of accounts 2016/17 (PDF) [4MB]

Statement of accounts 2015/16 (PDF) [2MB]

Statement of accounts 2014/15 (PDF) [2MB]

Statement of accounts 2013/14 (PDF) [2MB]

2021-22 Notice of Certification of Completion of the Audit (PDF) [148KB]


Treasury Management

The CIPFA Code of Practice on Treasury Management in the Public Services Fully Revised 2nd Edition 2009 requires the following documents:

  • A Treasury Management Policy Statement with associated Practices
  • An annual Treasury Management Strategy Statement
  • An Annual Investment Strategy

The Welsh Assembly Government's Guidance on Local Government Investments recommends that the approved Strategy document is available to the public free of charge. 

As such, Powys County Council's current Treasury Management Policy Statement with associated Practices and the Treasury Management Strategy Statement and Annual Investment Strategy are below:

 

Capital Strategy and Treasury Management Strategy 20-21 (PDF) [2MB]

Treasury Management Review 2019-20 (PDF) [205KB]

 

ERW Regional Consortium

ERW Audit of Accounts 2016-17 (PDF) [74KB]

ERW Final Statement of Accounts 2014-15 (PDF) [890KB]

ERW Final Annual Governance Statement 2014-15 (PDF) [337KB]

 

Accounts Payable

Accounts Payable 2016/2017 (PDF) [59KB]

 

Spend on consultants fees

Spend on consultants fees (PDF) [392KB]

 

Notices

Notice of Certification of Completion of the Audit - Audit of Accounts 2022/2023 (PDF) [134KB]

Pension Fund Accounts - Notice of Audit Completion 2021-22 (PDF) [148KB]

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