Counties' concern at care funding

By Martin Ford | 17 December 2021

County councils have expressed concern at the level of central funding to rebalance care markets.

The Government has announced that £1.4bn will be provided to councils over three years to help increase the fee rates local authorities pay to care providers and ‘support a fairer cost of care’.

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