Audit Scotland Reports
- Annual audit report 2021-22
- Scottish Borders Integration Joint Board annual audit report 2018-19
- Best value assurance report 2018-19
Common Good Funds Audited Annual Report and Financial Statements
As sole trustee of the registered charity for the common good funds in the Scottish Borders, we are required to prepare separate financial statements for this charity. The common good funds Audited annual report for 2021-22 is available as are the previous years' statements.
Charity Funds Audited Annual Reports and Financial Statements
We, as sole trustees of the registered charities for the charities funds in the Scottish Borders, are now required to prepare separate financial statements for these charities. Our charity funds annual report and financial statements for 2021-22 are available:
- Education Trust
- Welfare Trust
- Community Enhancement Trust
- Charitable Trusts
- Ormiston Trust for Institute
As of 1 April 2017, the Thomas Howden Wildlife Award Fund was transferred into the SBC Education Trust following approval from the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). Previous years' statements are available.
Bridge Homes LLP
We, in partnership with Scottish Futures Trusts Investment Ltd, have established a Council led House Building Programme in order to deliver more housing in the Scottish Borders in line with the Local Housing Strategy. Bridge Homes LLP Annual Accounts for 2021-22 are available as are the previous years' statements.
SB Cares and SB Supports LLP
SB Cares and SB Supports ceased trading on 30 November 2019 and all activities have been integrated within the Council. There are therefore no accounts for 2019-20 onwards.
Scottish Borders Cares LLP and Scottish Borders Supports LLP were launched on 1 April 2015 to deliver a variety of social care services. Their annual accounts are available:
- SB Cares LLP Annual Accounts for year ending 31 March 2019
- SB Supports LLP Annual Accounts for year ending 31 March 2019
- Previous years' statements
Scottish Borders Health and Social Care Partnership
The Scottish Borders Health and Social Care Integration Board was established on 6 February 2016. This is a partnership between ourselves and NHS Borders which has been established to bring about change in the way health and social care services are planned, commissioned and delivered. The annual accounts for the Integration Joint Board are available. The previous years' statements are also available.
Lowood Tweedbank Limited
Lowood Tweedbank Limited was established on 30 November 2018. It's principal activity is to act as a mid-landford of the residential properties at Lowood Estate in order to ensure the continuation of the tenancy arrangements. The Annual Report for 2021-22 is available. The previous years' statements are also available.