§ Mr. Cohen
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment whether he will tabulate what a typical married couple with two children and one wage earner living in the London borough of Waltham Forest would pay(a) in community charge and (b) in a system of capital value rates plus local income tax paid in proportions of 80:20, respectively, if the wage earner earned (a) £60,000, (b) £90,000 and (c) £120,000 and lived in (i) property owned by that wage earner worth £90,000 and (ii) property owned by that wage earner worth £120,000 and (iii) property owned by that wage earner worth £150,000, making the same assumptions as in his reply to the hon. Member for Hornsey and Wood Green (Sir H. Rossi) on 22 March, Official Report, column 626.
§ Mr. Gummer
The information requested is provided in the table.629W
Illustrative annual liability in Waltham Forest under a system of capital value rates combined with local income tax, 1988–89 Earnings Property value Property value Property value £90,000 £120,000 £150,000 (a)£60,000 £1,635 £1,915 £2,200 (b)£90,000 £2,060 £2,345 £2,625 (c) £120,000 £2,490 £2,770 £3,050
The figures are based on illustrative tax rates placed in the Library on 23 June 1988 and are for 1988–89. Taxable income is taken as earnings less £4,095, the married man's allowance, in each case. The illustrative 1988–89 community charge in Waltham Forest is £269.