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Financial Year 2022/23 - Quarter One Capital Budget Monitoring

Meeting: 27/09/2022 - Cabinet (Item 80)

80 Financial Year 2022/23 - Quarter One Capital Budget Monitoring

Report of the Chief Executive


Supporting documents:


Councillor Nick Botterill, Cabinet Member for Finance, Development Management, and Strategic Planning, setting out the capital programme for 2022/23 as of 30 June 2022 for the first quarterly budget monitoring period, along with updates on significant schemes planned to be delivered and those reprofiled to future years.


Councillor Gavin Grant, as Vice-Chairman of the Financial Planning Task Group, commented on the high level of capital spend vs the historic annual average, and some schemes listed as progressing slower than anticipated. The Task Group was seeking further details on the process to ensure the programme remained achievable, and of the Asset Gateway Board who would review this quarterly.


Councillor Jo Trigg raised a question relating to programmes to replace school pratten buildings, and whether there was a commitment this would remain on the programme for 2023/24.


At the conclusion of discussion, it was then,




That Cabinet note:


a)    The additional budgets added to the programme of £12.848m under Chief Finance Officer delegated powers;


b)    the movement of £22.598m of budgets into future years under Chief Finance Officer delegated powers;


c)    Budget Movements between Schemes;


d)    the revised 2022/23 Capital Programme as at quarter 1 of £269.427m; and


e)    the capital spend as of 30 June 2022 of £21.866m


Reason for Decision


To inform effective decision making and ensure sound financial management as part of the Councils overall control environment.

To inform Cabinet on the financial position of the Council on the 2022/23 capital programme as at quarter 1 (30 June 2022).




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