Open data

We publish raw data to be transparent about the information we hold, and to encourage citizens and organisations to reuse data to help others do things they want to do or to understand things.

Open data websites

We publish data on:

Most requested data

Other sources of data

Using our data

Our open data is released under the Open Government Licence 3.0 (OGL 3.0). This explains what you can and cannot do with the data.

Some data might be removed (known as ‘redaction’). For example, personal information that could identify an individual, or information that is commercially sensitive. We do this to comply with the Freedom of Information Act.

We take care to ensure that the data is accurate. However, you should make your own checks before relying on the data.

File formats

Where possible and relevant, we have made this data available in both a 'human-readable' format (such as PDF and XLS) and an open, 'machine-readable' format that is not dependent on any specific software (such as CSV or XML). Appropriate formats are chosen for each dataset.

Local government transparency code 2015

The council is committed to open data publication under the new local government transparency code 2015.

Data certificate

We certify that our open data meets the criteria for the Open Data Institute Open Data Certificate.