The Authority secures approximately 37% of its funding from Government support and local non-domestic rates; the remaining amount is met through Council Tax payments.
By charging directly for the services we provide, our decisions are more transparent and you can hold us accountable for our spending plans.
At the meeting of the Combined Fire Authority on 25 February 2020 we set a net expenditure budget requirement for 2020/21 of £29.173million. This represents a 2.69% increase on the 2019/20 budget of £28.409 million.
The revenue and capital budgets are approved on an annual basis by the Combined Fire Authority. The revenue and capital budget books for 2020/21 and previous financial years are available from the links below:
2013/14 budget book [pdf]
2012/13 budget book [pdf]
2011/12 budget book [pdf]
2010/11 budget book [pdf]
2009/10 budget book [pdf]
2008/09 budget book [pdf]