Decisions for issue Housing Revenue Account Budget and Capital Investment Programme 2021/22 and Medium-Term Financial Strategy

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Housing Revenue Account Budget and Capital Investment Programme 2021/22 and Medium-Term Financial Strategy

20/01/2021 - Housing Revenue Account Budget and Capital Investment Programme 2021/22 and Medium-Term Financial Strategy

RESOVLED: That the Housing Committee:

 

2.1 Approves a rent increase of up to 1.5% in line with government legislation as detailed in paragraph 4.15 of the report.

 

2.2 Approves the service charges and fees as detailed in Appendix 3 to the report.

 

2.3 Notes the proposal to set up a capital reserve of £4.010m for use in 2021/22 and beyond as discussed in paragraph 4.13.

 

2.4 Notes the proposal to use £1.200m of the Direct Revenue Funding to fund Housing First purchases as discussed in paragraph 4.11.

 

2.5 Notes the proposal to use £0.680m of the Direct Revenue Funding to fund general acquisition purchases as discussed in paragraph 4.12.

 

2.6 Notes the current HRA forecast outturn for 2020/21 in Appendix 1 to the report of a £0.860m underspend.

 

2.7 Notes the Medium-Term Financial Strategy and 30-year financial projections shown in Appendix 5 to the report.

 

2.8 Notes the requirement that further work on identifying resources will have to be considered to meet Carbon neutral aims 2030.

         

That Housing Committee approves and recommends to Policy & Resources Committee:

 

2.9 That the updated HRA revenue budget for 2021/22 as shown in Appendix 2 be agreed and recommended to full Council for approval.

 

2.10 Notes the 3-year programme as set out in Appendix 4 and that the Capital Programme Budget of £38.395m for 2021/22 be agreed and recommended to full Council for approval.

 

That Full Council:

 

2.11 Approves the HRA revenue budget for 2021/22 as shown in Appendix 2.

 

2.12 Notes the 3-year programme as set out in Appendix 4 and approves the Capital Programme Budget of £38.395m for 2021/22.

 


 


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