Income & Expenditure

Oscar Hardy made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Bromley Borough Council

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Dear Bromley Borough Council,

Under the Freedom Of Information Act 2000

I would like to request a breakdown of total income and total expenditure for Bromley Council for 2018-2019 & 2019-2020

For example, how much money was gained from parking fines, marriage tax, donations, fees etc.

And what that money was then spent on. Infrastructure(how much on roads, street lights etc), pensions, council workers income, savings, schools, charitable organisations (how much to different types)

You should have records for where your money comes from and goes, albeit potentially not in as much detail. I would be interested in seeing the overall breakdown in terms of sectors/industries, and then a more detailed one.

Yours faithfully,

Oscar Hardy

Rahman, Hafiza, Bromley Borough Council

8 Atodiad

Hi Oscar,

 

Please find attached the requested.

 

 

Regards,

 

Hafiza Rahman

Contract Monitoring Support Assistant

Finance Services

Chief Executive’s Department

Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley, BR1 3UH

020 8461 7226

Email: [1][email address]

[2]www.bromley.gov.uk

 

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Business Rates, Bromley Borough Council

Dear Mr Hardy,
 
FOI 22434
 
Thank you for your email of 19^th February 2021 in which you asked for the
following information from the London Borough of Bromley;
 
I would like to request a breakdown of total income and total expenditure
for Bromley Council for 2018-2019 & 2019-2020
 
For example, how much money was gained from parking fines, marriage tax,
donations, fees etc.
 
And what that money was then spent on. Infrastructure(how much on roads,
street lights etc), pensions, council workers income, savings, schools,
charitable organisations (how much to different types)
 
You should have records for where your money comes from and goes, albeit
potentially not in as much detail. I would be interested in seeing the
overall breakdown in terms of sectors/industries, and then a more detailed
one.
 
Your request has been handled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
(FOIA).
 
I can confirm that the department holds information that you have asked
for. The information is exempt under section 21 of the FOI Act because it
is reasonably accessible to you, and I am pleased to inform you that you
can access it via the following link: 
 
[1]https://www.bromley.gov.uk/info/200110/c...
 
Section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act exempts disclosure of
information that is reasonably accessible by other means, and the terms of
the exemption mean that we do not have to consider whether or not it would
be in the public interest for you to have the information.
 
Your FOI enquiry which has now been closed.
 
Thank you for your enquiry.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
Mrs Preston
Contract Monitoring Officer
Chief Executive’s Department
Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley BR1 3UH
[2]www.bromley.gov.uk
 
 
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