Council Tax supporting Information

The 2011 Regulations require the following information to be provided within the Demand Notice.

The Regulations set out the information which the billing authority must supply with the Council Tax Demand Notice, and the National Non-domestic Rate Notice as well as matters required to be contained in those Notices.

Where the money is spent

The following summarises the Budget approved by Full Council on 23 February 2021. For full details, you can view the report.

2021/22 Budget

 Expenditure
£'000
Income
£'000
Net
£'000
Adult Services

182,835

(65,799)

117,036

Public Health

19,766

(19,766)

0

Childrens Services

177,570

(109,474)

68,095

Environment and Community

98,331

(47,063)

51,268

Regeneration and Economy

68,960

(49,112)

19,847

Resources

146,207

(112,903)

33,304

Transformation Revenue Implications

3,500

0

3,500

Corporate Priorities

7,186

(950)

6,236

Net Cost of Services

704,355

(405,067)

299,286

Corporate Items

94,115

(178,860)

(84,745)

Budget requirement

798,470

(583,927)

214,541

2020/21 Budget

 Expenditure
£'000
Income
£'000
Net
£'000
Adult Services

171,585

(60,471)

111,114

Public Health

19,353

(19,353)

0

Childrens Services

167,134

(105,197)

61,937

Environment and Community

83,867

(33,524)

50,343

Regeneration and Economy

63,979

(57,569)

6,410

Resources

144,472

(111,689)

32,783

Transformation Revenue Implications

0

0

0

Corporate Priorities

1,400

0

1,400

Net Cost of Services

651,790

(387,803)

263,987

Corporate Items

27,546

(74,458)

(46,912)

Budget requirement

679,336

(462,261)

217,075

Statements concerning gross expenditure and Council Tax requirement

 2020/21
£'000
2021/22
£'000
Gross Expenditure

679,336

798,470

Council Tax Requirement

217,075

214,541

Why gross expenditure and Council Tax requirement has changed

The factors behind the change in the gross expenditure and budget requirement and the subsequent effect this has on Council Tax are detailed below.

 
 Rounded
£m
Adult Social Care - growth in demand and cost increases

11.3

Children's Services - demand and cost increases

10.4

Other service increases

21.6

Corporate Priorities

5.8

Transformation Programme Costs - matched with equivalent income

23.9

Contingency Pay Award

1.8

Collection Fund - Surplus Distribution - mostly offset through drawdown of reserves and government grants

42.3

Central items

2.0

Change in Gross Expenditure

119.1

Decrease in Council Tax*

2.5

*Although gross expenditure has increased, much of the increases are matched with increases in income. The reduction in Council Tax income is due to a reduction in the Council Tax Base due to the result of COVID-19.

Planned Capital Spend 2021/22

The below sets out the planned capital spend for BCP Council
 £'000
Adult Social Care 1,872
Childrens Services 9,850
Environment and Community 20,626
Regeneration and Economy 86,347
Resources 6,139
Total Planned Capital Programme 2021/22124,834