Mr. E. Hudson Davies
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many ratepayers have been affected by the rate rebate scheme in the last full year in each of the following local authority areas, namely, Bangor Borough Council, Conway Borough Council, Bethesda Urban District Council, Betws-y-Coed Urban District Council, Llandudno Urban District Council, Llanfairfechan Urban District Council, Penmaenmawr Urban District Council, Nant Conway Rural District Council, and Ogwen Rural District Council, respectively; what is the total amount in rebates; and how this compares with the amount under the Rating (Interim Relief) Act, 1964.
§ Mrs. White:
The latest available figures for rate rebates are those for 1968–69, and are as follows:
Local Authority Number of recipients Amount of rebate afforded £ Bangor B.C. … 228 3,510 Conway B.C. … 364 5,816 Bathesda U.D.C. … 75 500 Betws-y-Coed U.D.C. … 12 169 Llandudno U.D.C. … 641 17,835 Llanfairfechan U.D.C. … 93 1,065 Permasnmawr U.D.C. … 143 1,904 Nant Conway R.D.C. … 123 905 Ogwen R.D.C. … 122 781 Total 32,485
Relief to individual ratepayers under the 1964 Act by these authorities totalled £102.