Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria

Budget requirement

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Police and Crime Commissioner Analysis of Council Tax Requirement

How the Police and Crime Commissioner spends the money
2021-2022
£'m
Expenditure 2022-2023
£'m
97.139 Police Pay and Allowances 96.514
27.866 Support Staff Pay and Allowances 29.274
2.470 Other Employee Costs 3.452
4.740 Premises Costs 5.104
2.602 Transport Costs 2.597
2.216 Commissioned Services 2.351
13.752 Supplies and Services 14.184
1.265 Capital Financing Charges 1.164
4.046 Direct Revenue Contribution to Capital 5.016
0.096 Contribution to Reserves 0.096
156.192 Gross Expenditure 159.752
-5.271 Less: Fees and Charges -5.128
-35.110 Less: Other Grants -31.144
-0.699 Less: Contribution from Reserves -1.781
115.112 Net Expenditure/Budget Requirement 121.699
-33.344 Police Specific Grant -35.374
-35.146 DLUHC Grant -37.230
-0.234 Redistributed Council Tax Surplus / (Deficit) -0.011
46.856 Council Tax Requirement for The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria 49.084
Council Tax requirement per head of population
Year Council Tax requirement
£m
Council Tax requirement
£ per head
2021-2022 46.856 93.71
2022-2023 49.084 98.21

The Office for National Statistics base the population for 2022/2023 estimate of the County's resident population of 499,781 (500,012 in 2021/2022).


Analysis of the Police and Crime Commissioner precept on the District Council
District Council in Cumbria Precept
£
Allerdale Borough Council 8,755,628
Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council 5,614,573
Carlisle City Council 9,921,760
Copeland Borough Council 5,883,039
Eden District Council 5,877,864
South Lakeland District Council 13,031,146
Total 49,084,010
Total Council Tax Amounts (as agreed by the Police and Crime Commissioner on the 16 February 2022)
Council Tax Rise 3.47% from 2020-2021 £
Band A (up to £40,000) 188.10
Band B (£40,001 to £52,000) 219.45
Band C (£52,001 to £68,000) 250.80
Band D (£68,001 to £88,000) 282.15
Band E (£88,001 to £120,000) 344.85
Band F (£120,001 to £160,000) 407.55
Band G (£160,001 to £320,000) 470.25
Band H (£320,001 and over) 564.30
Explanation of Budget Movement 2021-2022 to 2022-2023
Budget movement £m £m
Gross Expenditure 2021-2022   156.192
Increase in the cost of providing services 2.455  
Increase in capital expenditure financed from revenue contributions and reserves 0.970  
Increase in Commissioned Services 0.135  
  3.560 3.560
Gross Expenditure 2022-2023   159.752
Council Tax Requirement 2021-2022   46.856
Changes in Gross Expenditure (see above) 3.560  
Increase in income receivable and specific grants 4.109  
Reduction in contribution from reserves -1.082  
Increase in General Grant Funding -4.114  
Increase in Redistributed Council Tax Deficit 0.245  
Increase in Council Tax Requirement 2022-2023 2.228 2.228
Council Tax Requirement 2022-2023   49.084
Last updated: Tuesday, 29 March, 2022.