Technical proposals for the local government finance settlement for 2015-16
In the 2013 spending round a range of measures were announced to support councils in delivering better outcomes with fewer resources
- Continued compensation for the reduced income from business rates as a result of the 2% cap on the small business rates multiplier announced at Autumn Statement 2013
- continued protection for authorities which froze council tax in 2014-15
- Continued protection through Efficiency Support Grant for the small number of local authorities with revenue spending power reductions greater than 6.9% in 2014-15
- Increased additional funding for the most rural authorities
This consultation is intended to help deliver these protections and consolidate previous reforms.
The link below will take you to the consultation paper from CLG which gives the background to the consultation, a list of the questions being consulted on and how to respond.
Consultation paper from CLG on technical proposals for the local government finance settlement 2015-16
The response from Babergh and Mid Suffolk Councils to this consultation can be viewed by clicking on the link below: