Background
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Budget

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  1. Budget 2011/12: Appendix G - Earmarked Reserves 2011/12

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix G - Earmarked Reserves 2011/12.

  2. Budget 2011/12: Appendix H - Sinking Funds

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix H - Sinking Funds.

  3. Help shape our budget decisions

    Members of the public were invited to give feedback on our corporate plan and financial strategy as part of our budget consultation.

    Government grants, which used to make up a significant proportion of our income, have been reducing each year.

    We need to find around £4 million over the next four years to keep supporting statutory services and to fund investment in our plans for the borough.

  4. Budget 2011/12: Appendix I - Summary of Reserves

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix I - Summary of Reserves.

  5. Budget 2011/12: Appendix J - Forecast Use of Reserves

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix J - Forecast Use of Reserves for 2011/12

  6. Budget 2011/12: Appendix K - Fee's and Charges 2011/12

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix K - Fee's and Charges changes from 2010/11 to 2011/12.

  7. 2011/12 Budget Report - February 2011

    2011/12 Budget Report, Executive 15 February 2011.

  8. Budget consultation questionnaire 17-18

    Budget consultation questionnaire 17-18

  9. Draft Budget report 17-18

    Draft Budget report 17-18

  10. Appendix A - Net Budget Requirement 2011

    Budget 2011/12: Appendix A - Net Budget Requirement 2011.12

  11. budget consultation 2018/19

    The 2018/19 budget consultation document

  12. Budget 2011/12: Appendix B - MTFS - Budget 2011/12 to 2014

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix B - MTFS - Budget 2011/12 to 2013/14

  13. Budget 2011/12: Appendix C - Growth Pressures 2011/12

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix C - Growth Pressures 2011/12

  14. Public Inspection Advert 2018/19

    Under section 10 of the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015, the Council is required to publish its annual Statement of Accounts by 31 July each year.  The Statement of Accounts includes the Council’s Annual Governance Statement and Narrative Statement and any audit opinion given by the external auditors at this date. If the audit has not concluded by 31 July the Council is required to publish the reasons for this under Section 10.2a of the Regulations.

    As at 31 July 2019, the Council’s external auditor, has not yet concluded the audit following receipt of the Council’s 2017/18 statement of accounts and Annual Governance Statement issued for audit in February 2019, and the Council has not yet issued its 2018/19 Statement of accounts and Annual Governance Statement for audit. In line with the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015, the Council has published a set of its draft unaudited 2017/18 statement of accounts and Annual Governance Statement. The Council is continuing to work closely with the audit team as they complete their work on the 2017/18 audit. The Council has published its unaudited 2018-19 Statement of accounts on 31 July and will publish its unaudited Annual Governance Statement shortly. The Council will publish a final set of accounts as and when the 2017/18 and 2018/19 audits are concluded, and when the Audit Reports are issued.

  15. Budget 2011/12: Appendix D - Service Review Proposals

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix D - Service Review Proposals.

  16. Budget 2011/12: Appendix E - Reserves Strategy 2011/12

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix E - Reserves Strategy 2011/12.

  17. Where can I find out about council finances?
  18. Budget 2011/12: Appendix F - Risk Base Reserve

    Supporting document for Budget 2011/12: Appendix F - Risk Base Reserve.

  1. Proposal for Council Tax Technical Reforms

    This document outlines our proposals for dealing with council tax following recent changes brought in by the Local Government Finance Act 2012.

  2. The changing face of public services

    The future of public services is changing, and no area of service provision will be untouched by these changes. This is the case not only in local government, but also in the civil service, the NHS and others.

    This page outlines what we think the future of Copeland Borough Council service provision will be, along with some examples from other local councils and public services of the tough decisions they are making, and news and reports on the state of public finances. 

  3. Grass cutting - what's changed?

    We have had to make some changes to our grass cutting arrangements, due to budget cuts. This page outlines what these changes are, and what the impact might be.

  4. Budget unanimously passed

    We have now passed our budget for the coming year, 2014/15, with a unanimous vote at a Full Council meeting.

  5. Questions and answers around the budget

    We have prepared some frequently asked questions about the budget proposals.

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  1. Our ambitions - more detail

    Our ambitions - more detail

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