2019 FRC Taxonomy Suite

Published: 3 November 2023

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The 2019 Taxonomy Suite does not form part of the current version of the FRC taxonomies in use and as such should only be used for reporting for historical accounts. If this suite is used for current reporting full tagging will not be possible and reporting will not be aligned with current HMRC and Companies House reporting requirements. Please refer to the HMRC Accepted Taxonomies page and Companies House Accepted Taxonomies page.

Download the 2019 FRC Taxonomy Suite

2019 FRC Taxonomy Suite
Name FRC 2019 Taxonomy v1.1.0
Publication date 7 October 2021
Format ZIP, 3.6 MB
Name SECR Taxonomy v1.0.0
Publication date 7 October 2021
Format ZIP, 2.2 MB
Name Irish Extension Taxonomy 2019
Publication date 7 October 2021
Format ZIP, 1.7 MB

2019 Mapping Files

The mapping documents are designed to enable software houses to easily identify the changes. Four colours are used with red denoting a deletion, green an addition, yellow a change to an existing line, and orange to indicate deprecated items. Two new columns have been added to the start of each sheet to provide more information in relation to the change. The first column ‘Description of Change’ provides a brief but informative description of the nature of the changes. The second column ‘Ancestry Change’ indicates that a concept has moved within the current hierarchy.

2019 FRC Taxonomy Suite Mapping Files

Mapping documents detailing all the changes to the 2019 suite since the 2018 version.

Name Mapping: FRC IE FRS 101 2016-19
Publication date 28 May 2019
Format ZIP, 799.0 KB
Name Mapping: FRC IE FRS 102 2016-19
Publication date 28 May 2019
Format ZIP, 740.1 KB
Name Mapping FRC IE EU IFRS 2016-19
Publication date 28 May 2019
Format ZIP, 792.1 KB

Key changes to the 2019 Taxonomy Suite

SECR Taxonomy

A draft Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) Taxonomy was released for consultation over the summer 2019. It was a proposed addition to the FRC Taxonomies suite to reflect the new reporting requirements for energy and carbon data introduced on 1st April 2019. The taxonomy is standalone to enable it to be used with other accounting taxonomies in the FRC taxonomy suite. The SECR Taxonomy suite was released on Yeti for consultation and closed on 30th September.