Open data is part of Councils being more open and transparent; about sharing certain non-personal information and datasets and making them freely available for everyone to use as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other controls.
The idea of open data is outlined in the government's Open data White Paper (June 2012).
Open data published by the Council is open to use, you do not have to apply for permission, on the condition that you adhere to the terms of the Open Government License for public sector information
The data contained on this website is in open and readable formats that can be easily re-used: where appropriate it is formatted according to a specific schema.
Open data can be used to create information, publications, systems and applications that are both useful and innovative and are of benefit to the wider community.
Please note that we reserve the right to change the format and nature of the data that we publish.
Our open data is published under one of three directives:
- Local open data incentive scheme (LGA)
- Local government transparency code 2015
- European Directive 2007/2/EC Inspire
Data North Yorkshire
Craven District Council is part of Data North Yorkshire, a partnership of local authorities and organisations to become more open with their data.On the Data North Yorkshire website you can query our open data alongside that of other councils, with on-screen previews and API interfaces available.
Craven District Council publishes a number of spatial datasets on data,gov.uk
Expenses for officers and councillors
Details of officer and councillor expense claims exceeding £500 per month
Gender Pay Gap report
Grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations
Details of grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations
Council land and building assets
Details of income and expenditure on the authority's parking account under Section 55 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
|Parking income datasets|