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TISonline Links

posted 5th September 2006

TISonline is CIPFA’s online information resource supporting financial managers in the public services. As such TISonline can offer invaluable context to the statistics we publish. To view the relevant information streams relating to a statistical publication click on 'Related Links'.

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TISonline Links

posted 5th September 2006

TISonline is CIPFA’s online information resource supporting financial managers in the public services. As such TISonline can offer invaluable context to the statistics we publish. To view the relevant information streams relating to a statistical publication click on 'Related Links'.

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TISonline Links

posted 5th September 2006

TISonline is CIPFA’s online information resource supporting financial managers in the public services. As such TISonline can offer invaluable context to the statistics we publish. To view the relevant information streams relating to a statistical publication click on 'Related Links'.

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TISonline Links

posted 5th September 2006

TISonline is CIPFA’s online information resource supporting financial managers in the public services.  As such TISonline can offer invaluable context to the statistics we publish.  To view the relevant information streams relating to a statistical publication click on 'Related Links'.

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Capital Expenditure Statistics Working Party Minutes

posted 4th September 2006
Capital Expenditure Statistics Working Party Minutes
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Revenue Collection Statistics 2004-05 Actuals

posted 31st July 2006
The Revenue Collection Statistics 2004-05 Actuals is now available to download from this website.

The continued rises in Council Tax bills may suggest an increasing number of people struggling to pay their bills, however, the level of arrears appears to be decreasing. Recovery has been increasingly more difficult with Magistrates advised not to commit to prison for non-payment except in extreme circumstances, and the threat of bailiffs diminishing with taxpayers increasing knowledge of how to circumvent the system. To curb this, authorities are introducing recovery policies such as using attachments, charging orders and bankruptcy. At 31st March 2005 arrears totalled almost £615m or 4.0% of gross amount collectable (net amount collectable excluding council tax benefit).
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Finance and General Statistics 2006-07

posted 6th July 2006
Figures published by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), show that local authorities in England are forecasting total service expenditure to reach £88.2 billion in 2006-07. This is equivalent to an average £1,748 per person and is a 4.5% increase from 2005-06.

The CIPFA Finance and General Statistics 2006-07 provide the first detailed account of authorities’ expenditure plans and the first real profile of how money being raised through council tax bills is distributed across various services. They also show regional variations across England.
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Local Authority Assets Statistics at 31st March 2005

posted 30th May 2006
The survey shows that at 31st March 2005, for Great Britain as a whole, authorities (including police and fire) own
operational assets valued at £246.9 billions, which is over four times greater than the £52.582 billions in outstanding debt.

Whilst a comparison between fixed assets and debt, may be meaningful for most authorities it should be appreciated that those with high levels of debt might well have undertaken substantial amounts of capital investment. On average, for England, authorities' operational assets are worth £4,318 per head of population, compared to £3,901 in Wales and £3,745 in Scotland. For Great Britain as a whole the figure is £4,246.
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Capital Expenditure & Treasury Management Statistics 2004-05

posted 2nd May 2006
This year's survey shows that capital payments, grants and advances on a cash basis for all local authorities in England and Wales amounted to £15,732m in 2004-05 compared to £12,512m in 2003-04, an increase of 25.7%. In Scotland there was an increase of 27.3% and in Northern Ireland an increase of 19.3%. Total capital payments, grants and advances on a cash basis for the United Kingdom amounted to £17,476m. The large increases shown for Great Britain are mainly attributable to education, transport and housing, three of the most significant services in terms of capital spending by local authorities.
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Rating Review 2004-05 Actuals

posted 25th April 2006
Returns submitted by local authorities in Scotland reveal that in 2004-05 net revenue expenditure was £9,732m.

This is expected to rise to £10,246m in 2005-06 an increase of £514m (5.3%). Table two shows how this will be funded through government grant and the council tax.
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