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Salary and Staff Information

Senior officer salaries, size of staffing establishment and gross expenditure

Pay Policy 2015

The Localism Bill requires that all local authorities publish a Pay Policy and update the policy on an annual basis. See pdf icon Pay Policy 2015 [273kb] .

Senior officer salaries

The Accounts and Audit (England) Regulations 2011 also require all local authorities to publish officer remuneration where staff earned more than £50,000.

Statutory Officers Earning in Excess of £50,000

 

Financial Year

Salary (Including Allowances)

Expenses

Benefits in Kind

Total Remuneration excluding pension contributions

Pension Contributions

Remuneration including pension contributions

Post Title

 

£

£

£

£

£

£

Chief Executive

2010-11

98,233

716

1,239

100,188

14,646

114,833

 

2009-10

97,637

536

1,170

99,343

14,646

113,988

 

Deputy Chief Executive/

2010-11

73,090

649

1,239

74,978

11,491

86,469

Director of Community Services

2009-10

71,570

438

1,170

73,178

10,742

83,920

 

Head of ICT

2010-11

52,794

404

-

53,198

7,919

61,118

 

2009-10

52,947

2,035

-

54,982

7,942

62,924

 

Head of Planning and Regeneration

2010-11

61,857

-

1,239

63,096

9,279

72,375

 

2009-10

62,039

-

1,170

63,209

9,306

72,515

 

Financial Services Manager

2010-11

63,418

139

-

63,556

9,513

73,069

 

2009-10

57,216

114

0

57,330

8,582

65,912

 

HR Manager

2010-11

60,472

136

-

60,609

9,071

69,679

Size of staffing establishment

Headcount (actual number of people employed whether full or part-time): 594

Full-time equivalent: 420

All above information correct as at 31 October 2011