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UK Property Transaction Statistics

Monthly estimates of the number of residential and non-residential property transactions in the UK and its constituent countries, with value £40,000 or above. Previously listed under 'Revenue-based...

Spend transactions by DFID

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over a threshold made by the Department for International Development, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in...

Bank transactions

GBCC - Bank transactions

Annual UK Property Transaction Statistics

Annual estimates of the number of residential and non-residential property transactions in the UK, by type of property, buyer, price range and geographical location. Previously listed under...

Liable and Non-liable UK Property Transactions

Quarterly estimates of the number of UK property transactions by liability to stamp duty valued at £40,000 and above. Previously listed under 'Revenue-based Taxes and Benefits: Property...

Expenditure Transactions

Within its financial system, HSE holds transactional data in relation to expenditure it has incurred with organisations for the provision of goods and services. The information is collated into...

UKAEA Transactions

Financial transactions of the UK Atomic Energy Authority. Published monthly.

Revenue-based Taxes and Benefits: Property Transactions

Provides general information on all HMRC taxes, including tax receipts, the number of taxpayers, personal tax credits, child benefit and estimates of the cost of tax expenditures and structural...

Transactions over £25,000 - Ofsted spend data

A monthly updated list of Ofsted's financial transactions over £25,000, as part of the government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

HM Land Registry Monthly Property Transaction Data

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Transaction data gives numbers of applications for first registrations,...

Income transaction data

The activities of HSE include chargeable services. HSE charges fees and charges for services provided on a full-cost basis to external customers. Within its financial system, HSE holds...

AHRC All Transactions

A monthly updated list of financial transactions in the Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

AHRC GPC Transactions

A monthly-updated list of all GPC transactions, as part of the Goverment's commitment to transparency in expenditure. As AHRC does not currently use GPC we are including our corporate credit card...

ESRC All Transactions

A monthly updated list of all financial transactions made by ESRC as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Spend transactions by EPSRC

Spend transactions by EPSRC being provided as part of the Government's transparency agenda. This includes both GPC spend data and Overall spend data.

UKTI Government Procurement Card spend - transactions over £500

UKTI has published all Government Procurement Card (GPC) spend for Departmental GPC's. The data published includes transactions that have a single transaction value of £500 or above. This data will...

DFID Government e-payments framework transactions

All DFID GPC transactions made in the United Kingdom above £500 as from October 2011, backdated to April 2011. The transactions for the quarter April-June 2011 are now available and will be...

Report a food problem service - Completion rate and cost per transaction

A breakdown showing completion rates and cost per transactions for the Report a food problem service.

Government Procurement Card Transactions over £500 in Treasury Solicitors Department

A monthly-updated list of Government Procurement Card Transactions over £500 made by Treasury Solicitors Department, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

GPC Spend transactions by ESRC

A monthly updated list of all GPC Transactions made by ESRC as part of the Governments commitment in expenditure.