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Decision details

Budget Monitoring Report Final Outturn - JUN18/CAB/05

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No


Cabinet considered the report and RESOLVED (unanimous) to:


1.    Note the final outturn position for 2017/18 (subject to finalisation of the statutory statement of accounts) of a £6.9m underspend on the Council’s revenue budget.


2.    Note the reserves position outlined in section 6, which includes a contributions to the capacity building reserve of £6.9m, as a result of departmental underspends as highlighted in the revenue outturn.


3.    Note the outturn spending of £80.164m in the Council’s capital programme in 2017/18 outlined in section 7 of the report.


4.    Note the performance against the prudential indicators outlined in Appendix B to the report.


5.    Note the performance on payment of creditors, collection performance for debtors, local taxation and benefit overpayments outlined in Appendix C to the report.


Reasons for the decision:

The monitoring report formed part of the 2017/18 closure of accounts and decision making framework culminating in the production of the Statement of Accounts and informed Cabinet of the final position. 


Alternative options considered:

There were no alternative options considered.


Publication date: 11/06/2018

Date of decision: 11/06/2018



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