VIDEO ACCESS - Budget 2021: The Implications for Local Authority Revenues and Rating Valuation in England

Analysing what the Chancellor’s March 2021 Budget means for Local Taxation

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Video Access now available!

We are pleased to announce that video access to this seminar is now available to purchase. This is a recording of the virtual meeting that took place on 10 March 2021.

 
What was covered
This highly topical and information-rich webinar provided clear and accessible analysis of the local taxation and public finance-related elements of the Chancellor’s Budget Statement on 3rd March. The commentary explored the implications of those measures for the coming year, and beyond.

Agenda

  • The Statement, and the Red Book content

  • What the Budget measures mean for local government

  • The Budget measures from the Rating Valuation perspective

  • What’s in store for local taxation administration

  • Open forum


Who is the target audience?

  • All those working in revenues and finance functions in English local authorities, 
  • Rating Valuers who have professional interests in England
  • Those working in commercial organisations with interests in English local taxation services


Speakers

The webinar was delivered by:

Andrew Hetherton: The IRRV President

Alistair Townsend: IRRV Senior Vice-President; and Law & Research Portfolio Holder

Nick Rowe Assistant Director Local Taxation and Finance, London Borough of Ealing

David Magor: the IRRV’s Chief Executive Officer
 

The Open Forum also included:

Carla-Maria Heath: IRRV Junior Vice-President; and Chair of IRRV Local Taxation & Revenues Faculty Board

Gary Watson: Deputy Chief Executive IRRV

Nigel Blair, |Head of Strategy, Northgate Public Services


The event was chaired by:

Moira Hepworth, IRRV’s Head of Law & Research

 

What is included?
- Meeting recording
- Electronic copy of speaker presentations


Cost
Price per person. 

IRRV Members: At least one of the recipient must be a member of the Institute; alternatively, the booking must be made by a body which is an IRRV Forum Member/ Organisational Member.

1 recipient:         £60 plus VAT

2 recipients:       £50 plus VAT

3+ recipients:     £40 plus VAT

Non-Members:

1 recipient:         £75 plus VAT

2 recipients:       £65 plus VAT

3+ recipients:     £55 plus VAT


HOW TO BOOK
Click BOOK NOW button at the right of this page. Payment can be made by credit card or by completing the order form with a purchase order number. 

Enquiries can be made by email to conference@irrv.org.uk  or by telephone 020 7691 8987.

 

VAT RECEIPTS
On receipt of the completed order form with purchase order number, the IRRV will issue a receipted VAT invoice at the prevailing rate. Payment must be received in advance of the event. The Institute reserves the right to refuse admission where delegate fees have not been paid.

 

 


Delegate Fees

IRRV Member - 1 recipient £60.00

IRRV Member - 2 recipients £50.00

IRRV Member - 3+ recipients £40.00

Non Member - 1 recipient £75.00

Non Member - 2 recipients £65.00

Non Member - 3+ recipients £55.00