Lancaster mulls tax increases and drawing on reserves

By Martin Ford | 27 January 2021

Successive tax increases and use of reserves have been proposed to close Lancaster City Council’s budget gap.

The council estimates it will require £3.8m of reserves to balance its budget this year and is planning to use £2.2m of reserves in 2021/22.

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