Kingston prepares to tackle £21m deficit

By Martin Ford | 12 November 2020

A budget gap of £21m in the coming years is being predicted by officers at Kingston LBC.

Officers warned the impact of COVID-19 on the borough is likely to increase the level of financial pressure further still and the gap will need to be closed by 'budget reductions and/or increases in resources through local taxation’.

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