The Precept is that element of your Council Tax that is paid to Corby Town Parish Council.
Every year, the Town Council draws up budgets and calculates how much money it needs for the next Financial Year.
The Financial governance of the Town Council is governed by the following :
- Corby Town Council Financial Regulations (amended and adopted based on National Association Local Council recommended template)
- Local Government Transparency Code 2015
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Budget & Precept
The Precept is that element of your Council Tax that is paid to Corby Town Council.
Every year, the Town Council draws up budgets and calculates how much money it needs for the next Financial Year. Look out for reports to the Councils' finance committee and full Council during October-February each year to see how the budget for the next year is progressing.
The Council in 2021/22 raised £293,800 in precept. This meant that someone in a Band D house paid £18.70 for the year towards the Town Council. Every £1000 the Council spends costs each average household 6p per year.
The precept for 2022/23 was agreed by Council on 10th January 2022 and was £314,000. This means that a band D household paid £19.98 a year - or 37p a week. In 2023/24 we have agreed a precept of £445,000.00 which means a Band D household will pay £27.41 or 52p per week.
Asset Register 2021-22
Financial Risk Management Assessment
Payments over £250 from period April 2021- March 2022
Payments over £500 in Q1 April - June 2022
Payments over £500 in Q2 July- September 2022
Grants awarded for the period April 2021- March 2022
The Financial Regulations for Corby Town Council - May 2023
External Auditor Report and Certificate 2021-22
Internal Audit Report for 2021-22
Annual Governance Statement for year ending 31st March 2022
Accounting Statements for period 2021-22
Community Grant awards 2022/23