Finance information for council tax

As part of the council tax process we publish the following financial information about council tax income and the cost of delivering services. Council tax information is also published by Surrey County Council and Surrey Police.

Council tax required to balance the budget




Surrey County Council



Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner



Tandridge District Council



Parish Councils



Total for the district



Parish councils


2020/2021 2021/2022







Caterham on The Hill



Caterham Valley



Chaldon Village



Chelsham & Farleigh













































Whyteleafe Village






How much services cost







Community Services: Covering recycling and waste collection, street cleaning, leisure and environmental health



Planning Policy: Covering Local Plans and policy information, development control, building control, environmental improvement initiatives, transport and planning delivery grant



Strategy & Resources: Covering all democratic functions together with policy support, community safety, financial services and council tax and business rates collection



Housing general fund: Covering provision of housing, housing repairs and improvements, rent rebates and allowances.



Budget Requirement



Less: Government Grant and business rates



(Surplus) / Deficit on Collection Fund



Council Tax Requirement



Comparing our budget 

The significant movements between the 2020/2021 net revenue budget and the 2021/2022 net revenue budget can be explained as follows:

 2020/21 Opening General Fund Budget



Service Movements and Transfers


Inflation (pay and contracts)


Contribution to Reserves


Minimum Revenue Provision


Partnership and Transformation Reserve funding




Investment income loss


Property income loss


2021/22 General Fund Budget


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