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Financial Management

Section 31 (1) of the Public Services Reform (Scotland) 2010 Act requires public bodies to publish as soon as is reasonably practical after the end of each financial year a statement of any expenditure they have incurred during that financial year on or in connection with the following matters:

  • Public Relations
  • Overseas Travel
  • Hospitality and Entertainment
  • External Consultancy

In an effort to be as transparent as possible the Crofting Commission has undertaken to publish and update expenditure within these categories on a regular basis.

Individual Payments to Suppliers for amounts of £25,000 or more.

DATE AMOUNT PAID TO DETAILS
31/07/13 £41,591.02 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs.
24/10/13 £33,702.40 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs.
04/11/13 £62,055.97 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of building rates.
27/01/14 £34,867.65 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs.
13/02/14 £35,825.10 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs.
24/02/14 £27,724.43 Kelway UK Ltd Windows IT Server
30/07/14 £50,329.33 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs.
03/10/14 £68,784.11 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of building rates.
23/10/14 £43,043.24 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs.
23/01/15 £38,969.66 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs
19/02/15 £38,331.42 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs
22/07/15 £34,632.32 Scottish Natural Heritage Share of common building running costs

 

Financial Year

Public Relations Overseas Travel Hospitality Consultancy
2010/11 £72,187 £1,197 £11,590 £45,474
2011/12 £5,198 Nil £399 Nil
2012/13 £82,053.92 Nil £7,000.67 Nil
2013/14 £72,145.78 Nil £3,602.04 Nil
2014/15 £111,739 £686 £3,625 Nil

 

A copy of the Crofting Commission Annual Accounts for 2014/15 can be found in the Annual Report -please click here.

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