South Norfolk Council Budget Consultation 2022/23
South Norfolk Council is in the process of setting its budget for 2022/23, and we value your views on our priorities.
The Council provides a wide range of services including housing, benefits administration, homelessness prevention, refuse collection, street cleansing, early help, leisure, planning and many more.
The main sources of income for local authorities, including South Norfolk Council, are council tax, business rates and the income from chargeable services.
The average Band D Council Tax charge for South Norfolk is £160.00. Our finances are finely balanced and a £1 increase in Council Tax contributes around £51,000 towards our expenditure budget of £48 million With reduced funding from central Government the Council is currently estimating a future funding gap.
As part of the budget setting process, the Council is interested to hear what local residents and businesses think should be the most important areas for the Council to focus on and deliver.
Questions for you to consider are as follows.