Transparency

This data is published as part of Newport City Council's commitment to being open and transparent. 

You are free to re-use these data sets following the terms of the Open Government Licence.

For further information visit the Information Commissioner's Office.

Read about the council's commitment to information sharing

Freedom of information

How we handle freedom of information requests and how to make a request.

Read Housing FOI responses

Social media house rules

We believe that social media is an important part in how people live their lives.

We are adaptable and continually changing how we improve the way we work. We pride ourselves in being open. We have a set of house rules on how we use social media and how we expect people to use it too.

Read our social media house rules

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Read our GDPR privacy statement

Download the Members Code of Conduct (pdf) 

Council pay and grading

Following a pay and grading exercise to evaluate all NJC posts within the workforce all Newport City Council jobs were placed into a 15 grade structure. 

Download the council's jobs and grades structure as of August 2022 (pdf)

Download the council's pay and reward policy (pdf)

Gender pay gap

The gender pay gap sets out the difference between the average pay of men and women who work for the council.

We are required to publish our gender pay gap information each year:

Gender pay gap year ending March 2022

Gender pay gap year ending March 2021

Gender pay gap year ending March 2020

Previous reports are available on request.