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Provisional Outturn 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012-13 Statistics

Published: 8 Jun 2012
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Statistics
ISBN:
9781780458601

This Statistics Publication Notice provides details of the Provisional Outturn 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012-13 for Local Authorities in Scotland. This data is collected on the Provisional Outturn and Budget Estimates (POBE) return which collects data on Net Revenue Expenditure for services provided by Scottish Local Authorities.

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Provisional Outturn 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012-13 Statistics
Provisional Outturn 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012-13

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Provisional Outturn 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012-13

This Statistics Publication Notice provides details of the Provisional Outturn 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012‑13 for Local Authorities in Scotland. This data is collected on the Provisional Outturn and Budget Estimates (POBE) return which collects data on Net Revenue Expenditure for services provided by Scottish Local Authorities.

The key points are:

  • For 2011-12 Scotland's Local Authorities' Provisional Outturn total Net Revenue Expenditure was £12.775 billion. Of this figure, £4.616 billion (36.1%) was on Education, and £2.869 billion (22.5%) was on Social Work services. (Table 1). These two services account for over half of the overall expenditure.
  • 2011-12 Provisional Outturn for other main services are: Police £0.950 billion (7.4%), Environmental Services £0.675 billion (5.3%), Culture and Related Services £0.620 billion (4.9%), Roads & Transport £0.479 billion (3.7%), Planning & Development £0.289 billion (2.3%), Fire £0.261 billion (2.0%). All other expenditure, including non-HRA housing and Central Services totals £2.016 billion, 15.8% of the total budgeted net revenue expenditure. (Table 1).
  • For 2012-13 Scotland's Local Authorities have set a Net Revenue Expenditure Budget Estimate of £12.840 billion for spending on all services. Of this total, £4.613 billion (35.9%) is for Education, and £2.896 billion (22.6%) is for Social Work services. (Table 2).
  • 2012-13 Budget Estimates for other main services are: Police £0.951 billion (7.4%), Environmental Services £0.680 billion (5.3%), Culture and Related Services £0.600 billion (4.7%), Roads & Transport £0.475 billion (3.7%), Planning & Development £0.289 billion (2.2%), Fire £0.263 billion (2.1%). All other expenditure, including non-HRA housing and Central Services totals £2.072 billion, 16.1% of the total budgeted net revenue expenditure. (Table 2).

TABLES

Table 1: Provisional Outturn 2011-12 of Scotland and Local Authorities by Main Services

Table 2: Budget Estimates 2012-13 of Scotland and Local Authorities by Main Services


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