Video Access now available!
We’ve received some excellent feedback on our IRRV webinar on 17th January.
"I know I speak for my colleagues as saying we found this morning very helpful and informative, thank you to you and the rest of the panel."
If you weren’t able to attend on the day, you can still buy the recording! Purchase includes:
- The slides of the presentations
- Any course notes
The Government has issued the Guidance on the Covid-19 Relief Fund and the RHL Scheme. The content of the former is allowing significant flexibility in the design and development of local authority schemes. This important virtual seminar will assist you in the creation of your scheme or it will act as a critique of your scheme if you have already designed it. There will be advice on the management of your allocation and the factors to take into account when distributing it to ratepayers. The seminar will address the complexities of Section 47, the exercise of discretion and the extent of the duty to adhere to Government Guidance. It will also consider the impact of Subsidy Control (formerly State Aid) and the availability of “New Burdens Funding”. There will also be the essential interpretation of the RHL Scheme for 2022/2023.
Session one - Who will Benefit from the Relief
A typical approach from a Billing Authority
The project plan
What are the local parameters?
Communicating the message to ratepayers
Session two - Developing your local scheme
Distributing the relief
Fettering your discretion
Right of Appeal
Session three - The legislative constraints
Section 47 of the 1988 Act and related regulations
Session four – Subsidy Control and New Burdens Funding
The rules on Subsidy Control
Who is responsible?
Developing the case for New Burdens Funding
Session five – The Parameters of the RHL Scheme for 2022/2023
Implementing the cap.
Defining the scope.
Q and A
The seminar was delivered by:
- Alistair Townsend, IRRV President,
- David Magor, Chief Executive
- Gary Watson, Deputy Chief Executive
- Nick Rowe, Assistant Director - Local Tax and Accounts receivable, London Borough of Ealing
- Kevin Stewart, BUL Revenues and Benefits , Mid Sussex DC
£125 plus VAT IRRV Member Rate (valid for Individual Members)
£155 plus VAT Forum/Organisational Member Rate
£185 plus VAT Non- Member Rate
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IRRV Member £125.00
Forum/Organisational Member £155.00
Non Member £185.00