Open data and transparency
Cheshire East is committed to open data and transparency. Open data means making the non-personal information we hold, freely available to everyone in open, machine readable formats that are easy to reuse.
Open data Cheshire East
Open Data Cheshire EastOpen Data Cheshire East is the council's data portal, which will hold the majority of our transparency information and open data together in one place. Open Data Cheshire East is designed to make inspecting, accessing and downloading our data easier for everyone, including developers, who may wish to use our data in their own applications or websites.
Gender pay gap report
The Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017 requires all employers with more than 250 employees to publish data regarding their gender pay gap on an annual basis. View the Cheshire East 2017 - 2018 gender pay gap report (PDF, 382KB).
Local government transparency code
The Local Government Transparency Code requires local authorities in England to publish information related to the themes listed below. We are working to exceed these requirements. You can browse all information required by the code on Open Data Cheshire East.
Land, property and parking information
Spending and procurement information
The democratic running of the Council
The Cheshire East Council Publication Scheme shows you where to find a wealth of information about the Council and how it conducts it's business.
Using the data
You are free to use our transparency data however you wish. You don't have to apply or ask for permission, but you do have to agree and comply with the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated.
Email transparency with ideas for data that you would like to see published.