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Lee Valley Regional Park Authority 20-21

Council tax - Additional information for where your money goes.

Last updated: 10 June 2022

Next review: 30 May 2023

Lee Valley Regional Park is a unique leisure, sports and environmental destination for residents of London, Essex and Hertfordshire. The 26 mile long, 10,000-acre Park, much of it formerly derelict land, is partly funded by a levy on the council tax. This year there has been a 0% increase in this levy.

Find out more about hundreds of great days out, world class sports venues and award winning parklands at the Visit Lee Valley Website.

Budget/levy Changes – 2019/2020 to 2020/2021 (£’000)

 

2019/20

£m

2020/21

£m

Authority Operating Expenditure

10.9

15.1

Authority Operating Income

(3.0)

(7.9)

Net Service Operating Costs

7.9

7.2

Financing Costs – Debt servicing/repayments

0.5

0.9

Financing Costs – Capital investments

1.2

1.2

Total Net Expenditure

9.6

9.3

Total Levy

(9.6)

(9.6)

Further details on how this budget is spent and the amount each council contributes can be found at the Lee Valley Park website