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Annual Accounts

What is it?

Our annual accounts have been compiled in accordance with the Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting in the United Kingdom and include:

  • Movement in Reserves Statement, which summarises the movement in the different reserves that we hold.
  • Comprehensive Income and Expenditure Statement, which shows income and expenditure incurred in the year.
  • Balance Sheet, which represents the value of our assets and liabilities as at 31 March.
  • Cash Flow Statement, which details the changes in cash and cash equivalents during the year.
  • Council Tax and Non-Domestic Rates income accounts, which show the taxes and rates collectable by us.
  • Common Good and Sundry Trusts and Funds accounts.
  • Group accounts, which consolidate our annual accounts with those of our subsidiaries and associates.

Postponement notice and Pre inspection notice 2019/20 annual accounts

  • pdf icon Postponement notice for GCC, WOSAS and WOSEF [154kb]
  • pdf icon Pre-inspection notice for GCC, WOSAS and WOSEF [124kb]
  • Pre Audit Inspection of City Deal Cabinet Accounts

    The Pre Audit Accounts for 2019-20 are now available for inspection from 1 July 2020 to 22 July 2020.

    a) Copies of the unaudited accounts of GLASGOW CITY REGION - CITY DEAL CABINET for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 will be available for public inspection from 1 July 2020 to 22 July 2020, both days inclusive.  Public inspection will not be available at our offices as a result of our response to the coronavirus pandemic.  Anyone who wishes to inspect the accounts or any items identified at b) should contact us at Martin.Booth@glasgow.gov.uk. If information cannot be made available, either electronically or in hard copy, council officers will make contact to provide access when there is no longer a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus.  A copy of the accounts will be available at the following website: www.glasgow.gov.uk during this period;

    b) Any person interested may inspect a copy of the abstracts of the accounts to be audited, all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts related thereto, and may take copies of any or all parts of the accounts without charge in line with the arrangements outlined above;

    c) Any person interested may object to the accounts or to any part of those accounts.  Any objection must be sent in writing stating the grounds for the objection to the auditor Stephen O'Hagan, Senior Audit Manager, Audit Scotland via email to SOhagan@audit-scotland.gov.uk not later than 23 July 2020, and to the authority and to any officer of the authority who may be concerned via email to Martin.Booth@glasgow.gov.uk;

    d) The auditor shall, if requested by the person objecting, the authority, or by any officer of the authority who may be concerned, afford to that person or authority or officer, as the case may be, an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by the auditor with respect to that objection; and any such person or officer may so appear and be heard either personally or by a representative.  This will be carried out by virtual meeting or by telephone.

    pdf icon Glasgow City Region – City Deal Cabinet Pre- Audit Annual Accounts for year 2019-20 [138kb]

  • Pre Audit Inspection of Strathclyde Pension Fund Accounts

    The Pre Audit Accounts for 2019-20 are now available for inspection from 3 July 2020 to 24 July 2020.

    a) Copies of the unaudited accounts of STRATHCLYDE PENSION FUND for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 will be available for public inspection from 3 July 2020 to 24 July 2020, both days inclusive.  Public inspection will not be available at our offices as a result of our response to the coronavirus pandemic.  Anyone who wishes to inspect the accounts or any items identified at b) should contact us at Martin.Booth@glasgow.gov.uk. If information cannot be made available, either electronically or in hard copy, council officers will make contact to provide access when there is no longer a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus.  A copy of the accounts will be available at the following website: www.glasgow.gov.uk during this period;

    b) Any person interested may inspect a copy of the abstracts of the accounts to be audited, all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts related thereto, and may take copies of any or all parts of the accounts without charge in line with the arrangements outlined above;

    c) Any person interested may object to the accounts or to any part of those accounts, as follows:

    any objection must be sent in writing stating the grounds for the objection to the auditor John Cornett, Audit Director, Audit Scotland via email to JCornett@audit-scotland.gov.uk not later than 27 July 2020, and to the authority and to any officer of the authority who may be concerned, via email to Martin.Booth@glasgow.gov.uk;

    d) The auditor shall, if requested by the person objecting, the authority, or by any officer of the authority who may be concerned, afford to that person or authority or officer, as the case may be, an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by the auditor with respect to that objection; and any such person or officer may so appear and be heard either personally or by a representative.  This will be carried out by virtual meeting or by telephone.

    pdf icon Strathclyde Pension Fund. Annual Report for year 2019-20 [4Mb]

Current Annual Accounts and Audit Report

pdf icon 2018-19 [1Mb]

pdf icon 2018-19 Audit Report [763kb]

Archived Annual Accounts and Audit Reports

pdf icon 2017-18 [1Mb]

pdf icon 2017-18 Audit Report [1Mb]

pdf icon 2016-17 [2Mb]

pdf icon 2016-17 Audit Report [1Mb]

pdf icon 2015-16 [1Mb]

pdf icon 2014-15 [1Mb]

pdf icon 2014-15 Audit Report [284kb]

pdf icon 2013-14 [2Mb]

Strathclyde Pension Fund

The Strathclyde Pension Fund Office annual report is available on the SPFO website (up to 2009-10 this was included in our annual accounts).

 

 

 

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