Consultation outcome

Proposals for the use of capital receipts from asset sales to invest in reforming services

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Proposals for the use of capital receipts from asset sales to invest in reforming services: government response to the consultation

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Detail of outcome

The government’s response to the consultation on proposals for local authorities use of capital receipts in reforming services.

Original consultation

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Summary

Consultation on allowing capital receipts from new asset sales to be used for one-off revenue purposes to stimulate organisational change.

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Proposals for the use of capital receipts from asset sales to invest in reforming services: consultation

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Consultation description

In the Spending Review document Investing in Britains’s future, the government announced that it would consult on allowing local authorities some flexibility to use their receipts from asset sales to pay for the one-off revenue costs of service reforms.

This consultation paper explores options for the introduction of such flexibilities to help stimulate organisational change for local authorities, and asks local authorities for views and suggestions.