Special Responsibility Allowances in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

October 16, 2014 12:30 PM

This report highlights payments made in Special Responsibility Allowances (SRA) to councillors in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. SRA are taxpayer-funded allowances paid to councillors, above their basic allowances and expenses, for taking on additional responsibilities. These can be divided into constitutional duties, such as chairing a scrutiny or regulatory committee, and party political duties relating to a position or role within a political group.

Read the full report here.

This report was produced by Anthony Morris for the TPA grassroots.

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