Our Commitment to Transparency

The Local Government Transparency Code 2015, placed more power into citizens’ hands to increase democratic accountability.  Transparency gives local people the tools and information they need to hold public bodies to account.

To meet the requirements of the Transparency Code, the following information is available on our website for the year just gone (and previous years).  Please click on the heading to be taken to the relevant page.

2023 – 24

Following a complaint from a member of the public against David Roache, Chair of Tysoe Parish Council. In order to comply with the Local Government Transparency Code of 2015 please see below the documentation concerning the complaint and the response from the Deputy Monitoring Office in answer to it.

Charmaine Swift – Parish Council Clerk/RFO


2022 – 23 – Also published in finance section




The Transparency Code does not replace or supersede the existing legal framework for access to and re-use of public sector information provided by other legislation e.g. Freedom of Information Act 2000.

if you require printed copies of any of these documents please contact parish.clerk@tysoe.org.uk.