What your Council Tax is spent on

Where the money comes from
Where2020/20212021/2022
Government Grant (S.31 grant) £13.7m £12.8m
Business Rates retained* £81.7m £82.2m
Business Rates top up £34.9m £36.2m
Council Tax £121.4m £126.8m
Greater Manchester Police £19.2m £20.2m
Greater Manchester Fire (including Mayoral Precept) £8.4m £8.4m
Loss on Collection Fund - -
Use of Reserves - -
  £279.3m £286.6m
Where the money goes
Where2020/20212021/2022
Wigan Council Services £229.3m £235.6m
Shevington and Haigh Parish £0.1m £0.1m
Greater Manchester Police £19.2m £20.2m
Greater Manchester Fire £6.1m £6.1m
Greater Manchester Mayoral Precept £2.3m £2.3m
Passenger Transport Levy £22.3m £22.3m
Loss of Collection Fund - -
  £279.3m £286.6m
What Wigan Council spends the money on
On what2020/20212021/2022
Places £56.6m £51.1m
People £153.3m £167.1m
Resources £19.4m £17.2m
Capital Charges - -
Passenger Transport Levy £22.3m £22.3m
Environment Agency Flood Defence Levy £0.2m £0.2m
  £251.8m £257.9m
Money Needed (Based on band D value)
Needed for2021/2022
Money we and our levying bodies need to fund our services £2,785.21
Precept for Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester £218.30
Precept for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority £90.95
Total (A) £3,094.46
Income
Income2021/2022
Business Rates income £1,278.57
Government Grant (S.31 grant) £138.32
Total (B) £1,416.88
Council Tax we need to charge for a band D property
Property typeTax
Amount of Council Tax we need to charge for a band D property £1,677.58

There will be a small additional charge for properties in the parishes of Haigh and Shevington. At band D £10.03 for Haigh and £23.50 for Shevington.

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