This page provides information on the approved council budget for 2019 to 2020.
This gives details of the budget agreed by council on Wednesday 27 February 2019. It provides information on the specific proposals for the 2019 to 2020 revenue budget and council tax, including the details of the savings and budget reductions totalling £13.060 million required to balance our budget.
The downloadable document below gives a less technical financial summary of our 2019 to 2020 revenue budget. It explains where the money comes from, including changes in government funding, where it will be spent, how this affects what council tax you pay and what monies we pay to fund services provided by other bodies.
Each year your council tax bill tells you what you pay for Salford City Council’s services, as well as what you contribute to other important Greater Manchester-wide public services, such as the police and fire and rescue services commissioned by the Mayor of Greater Manchester. These latter are called 'precepts' and always appear on your bill.
In addition, we’ve given details of the costs of transport and waste disposal in Greater Manchester. These don’t appear on your bill as they are mostly funded through a levy contribution from the local district councils, with a smaller proportion coming from the mayoral precept.
The downloadable document below gives details of the budget for each service group of the council and an analysis both objectively for schools, libraries, highways maintenance and so on and subjectively for employees, premises, supplies and services etc.
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.
This page was last updated on 22 July 2019