Slough to make £200m capitalisation request

By Martin Ford | 29 July 2021

Slough Council is to ask the Government for a further capitalisation direction worth as much as £200m.

Section 151 officer Steven Mair, who was appointed in May, said the council faced a deficit of £174m but that figure was expected to rise further as his team got to grips with the authority’s finances.

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