Accounts and finance
The Town Council is regularly audited by both a Council appointed auditor and an external auditor, appointed by the Audit Commission.
The Annual Return and audit reports can be found by clicking below
- Accounting Statements - Unaudited - 2020-21
- Annual Governance Statement - Unaudited - 2020-21
- Internal Audit Report
- Notice of conclusion of audit for the year ended 31st March 2020
- Accounting Statements 2019/20 Audited
- Annual Return 2018/2019 - submitted
- Annual Return 2017/2018 - AGS
- Annual Return 2017/2018 - Section 3
- Annual Return 2017/2018 - Notice of conclusion of audit
- Annual Return 2016/2017
- Annnual Return 2014/2015
- Annual Return 2012/2013
- Annual Return 2011/2012
Paper copies can be purchased on request
Notice of Date of Commencement of Period for the exercise of public rights
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge that local authorities can set on new development in order to raise funds to help fund the infrastructure, facilities and services - such as schools or transport improvements - which are needed to support new homes and businesses in the areas.
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Each year the Town Council calculates the money it needs to provide its services. Then it deducts the income it expects to receive from fees and charges such as rents and grants. This leaves the required amount to spend on services and any capital projects which are planned for the year ahead.
The precept is the amount it levies on the Unitary Council (Bath and NE Somerset Council). It is collected by them as a proportion of the total Council Tax paid by Radstock households.
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