Jenrick announces more cash, income compensation and tax delay

By Dan Peters | 02 July 2020

Local government secretary Robert Jenrick has announced more cash and new ways councils will be reimbursed for income lost as a result of coronavirus.

The latest package includes an unringfenced £500m and will allow council and business rates tax deficits to be repaid over three years instead of the usual one, which the Government said would ‘build much-needed breathing space into budgets and limit cash flow pressures’.

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