Kingston Council raises concerns about lack of adult social care investment in budget
Kingston Council welcomes new measures outlined in the budget aimed at tackling the coronavirus outbreak, but is concerned about the lack of direct investment in adult social care.
Kingston Council’s balanced budget proposals for 2020-21
Despite significant financial challenges and having to make some tough decisions, the Council is proposing a £6.6m investment to meet priorities and continue to provide key services for residents.
Kingston Council to make tough decisions to balance its books
Kingston Council reported a £3.9m forecast overspend for 2018/19 at its Finance and Contracts Committee last night (4 October).
Kingston Council gets to work on getting its finances right
Members approved a number of revisions to the Council’s 2018/19 budget to strengthen the borough’s financial position and reflect the new Administration’s priorities.
A budget for all Kingstonians: Kingston Council freezes council tax
Kingston Council is proposing a budget that invests in services but freezes council tax for 2018/19.
A budget for the vulnerable
Boosting spending on social care: Kingston Council accepts government social care precept to support vulnerable adults.
Leader of Kingston Council welcomes business rate reforms following 18-month campaign for change
The Leader of the Council, Councillor Kevin Davis, has welcomed an announcement by Chancellor George Osborne that local councils will be able to keep the proceeds from business rates raised locally.
Conclusion of the audit of accounts 2013/14
The audit of accounts for the financial year 2013 to 2014 has now concluded and the audited Statement of Accounts is now available for inspection.
Notice of inspection and audit of accounts 2013/14
Each year, the Council’s accounts are independently audited. Any person interested has the opportunity to inspect the accounts and certain related documents.