Welsh councils win £750m funding boost

By Martin Ford | 20 December 2021

The Welsh Government has included a £743m increase in funding for councils in its latest budget.

Finance and local government minister Rebecca Evans unveiled the £24.6bn spending plan, which covers the three years to 2024-25 – the first multi-year budget since 2017.

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