Cumbria County Council 2022-23 Council Tax Information
Last Updated: 14 March 2023
The information provided on this page is for the year 2022/23 and reflects the budget as agreed by the County Council on 10 February 2022.
Cumbria County Council ceased to exist on 1 April 2023 and its operations were split between the newly created authorities of Westmorland and Furness Authority and Cumberland Authority.
This information is provided for historical purposes.
|How the money is spent||Total spending 2022/23 £m||Income 2022/23 £m||Net spending 2022/23 £m|
|Economy and infrastructure||168.5||(26.5)|
|Fire and rescue services||21.6||(0.6)|
|Corporate, customer and community||46.7||(5.0)|
|Other items charged corporately||4.5||(0.5)|
|Net service expenditure||961.3||(494.8)|
|Other services (1)||29.8||0.0|
|Less charges for building and equipment (2)||(40.8)||0.0|
|Money (taken from) / put in to reserves||(13.0)||0.0|
|How the spending is funded||2022/23 £m|
|Retained share of local business rates||(14.3)|
|Pooled business rates (3)||(2.5)|
|Surplus or shortfall on Council Tax collection from previous years||(0.1)|
|Amount raised from Council Tax||265.8|
The tax base (4) for Cumbria County Council in 2022-23 was 173,964, giving Council Tax for a Band D property as £1,528.00