Fixed Asset Registers

Find information about the council’s property and land assets.

A Fixed Asset Register has four main purposes:

  • It forms a basis for completion of box 9 in the ‘Annual Return.’
  • It forms a basis for decisions on risk and insurance issues.
  • It provides information on the age and potential lifespan of certain items.
  • It provides assurance of the continued existence of Council’s property.

The Register is adopted by the Council at the end of each Municipal Year but is a working document over the following Municipal Year, during which Council Officers will update and amend details as necessary.

In order to ensure transparency and reasonableness, the following items are included in the Council’s asset register, whether purchased, gifted or otherwise acquired, together with their holding location:

  • land and buildings held freehold or on long term lease in the name of the Council
  • community assets
  • vehicles, plant and machinery
  • assets considered to be portable, attractive or of community significance
  • other assets estimated or known to have a minimum purchase or resale value of £100
  • long term investments, shares and loans made by the Council
  • assets held on trust (e.g. monies held on behalf of the Mayor’s charity)

The values indicated in the asset register will inform the ‘total fixed assets’ section of the Annual Return with the exception of assets held on trust.

To download a copy, please choose from the options below:

Latest asset register

Previous asset registers

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