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Friday, 3 February 2017

£160m Budget Boost for Scotland’s Councils

SHN - Scotland’s local authorities are to benefit from an additional £160 million investment to spend on local priorities over the next year as part of the Scottish budget process.

The investment, which was confirmed by the Scottish Government yesterday as part of an agreement with the Scottish Green Party to support the passage of the budget bill, includes £30m of capital.

Finance secretary Derek Mackay also confirmed that an extra £25m will be made available to Police Scotland in addition to a further £35m of funding to Scottish Enterprise.
Amendments to the budget will be made later in the process and the additional funding for local government will be included in the local government finance order.


ADDITIONAL 2017-18 LOCAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING ALLOCATIONS
Local Authority
Additional £130m Resource
Additional £30m Capital
Additional £160m Resource and Capital
£m
£m
£m
Aberdeen City
4.532
1.081
5.613
Aberdeenshire
6.309
1.880
8.189
Angus
2.845
0.721
3.566
Argyll & Bute
2.361
0.733
3.094
Clackmannanshire
1.217
0.255
1.472
Dumfries & Galloway
3.896
1.218
5.114
Dundee City
3.604
0.691
4.295
East Ayrshire
2.960
0.663
3.623
East Dunbartonshire
2.672
0.512
3.184
East Lothian
2.446
0.548
2.994
East Renfrewshire
2.546
0.451
2.997
Edinburgh, City of
9.998
2.278
12.276
Eilean Siar
0.990
0.358
1.348
Falkirk
3.776
0.787
4.563
Fife
8.930
1.856
10.786
Glasgow City
14.417
2.833
17.250
Highland
6.173
2.046
8.219
Inverclyde
1.983
0.378
2.361
Midlothian
2.115
0.458
2.573
Moray
2.256
0.602
2.858
North Ayrshire
3.484
0.700
4.184
North Lanarkshire
8.339
1.622
9.961
Orkney
0.914
0.246
1.160
Perth & Kinross
3.582
0.962
4.544
Renfrewshire
4.236
0.841
5.077
Scottish Borders
2.889
0.888
3.777
Shetland
1.039
0.267
1.306
South Ayrshire
2.752
0.622
3.374
South Lanarkshire
7.778
1.624
9.402
Stirling
2.288
0.564
2.852
West Dunbartonshire
2.294
0.425
2.719
West Lothian
4.379
0.890
5.269
Scotland
             130.000
           30.000

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