21st April 1926 - September 2022
Alwoodley Parish Council offers its condolences to the Royal Family on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Her duty, service and devotion to the people of the United Kingdom and the Common wealth was unparalleled. We have lived in a truly golden Elizabethan age, the likes of which we will never see again.
Alwoodley Parish Council join with people around the world in mourning her loss.
Further information, funeral details and the official Royal Family Book of Condolence can be found at www.royal.uk
The Planning Committee meetings start at 6.30pm.
The Full Council meetings start at 7.30pm.
The principle income of the Parish Council is called the “precept”. The precept is collected via our council tax and is paid by Leeds City Council The purpose is to help pay for the upkeep of the village, and it is paid annually.
Each year, the Council’s financial accounts and statements are examined by an independent ‘internal’ auditor appointed by the Council.
The Council is also required to complete an ‘Annual Return’ which includes the findings of the Internal Auditor, together with Governance Statements and Financial Statements. This Annual Return is then submitted to another independent ‘external’ auditor for examination.
As part of this process, the Council must publish the unaudited Annual Return and must make arrangements for a period in which interested persons can inspect the Council’s accounts and related documents. If you are a registered local government elector (i.e. you appear on the electoral register for the area covered by the Council) you can also ask questions about the accounts and object to them.
In due course (and by the 30th September each year) the Council must also publish a final copy of the audited Annual Return, once this is received back from the External Auditor after they have completed their examination.
Please click on the Documents page to view all financial documents.