§ Mr. Marlow
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list by district or London authority in rank order the percentage of budgeted community charge so far received by each authority, starting with that authority which thus far has received the largest percentage.
§ Mr. French
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment (1) how many people within the city of Gloucester will benefit from the community charge reduction scheme;
(2) what amounts will be made available to residents of Gloucester as a result of the community charge reduction scheme.
§ Mr. Key
Information on the total number of community charge payers in each charging authority who will benefit from a reduction and the amount of reduction scheme grant payable to each authority will be available once charging authorities have submitted their claims to my Department. However, a couple who have not moved since 31 March 1990 living in a property that had an average rates bill for the Gloucester area could look forward to a joint reduction in their bills for 1991–92 of £197.
§ Mr. Marlow
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment, given declared community charge levels by each district authority, what is the increased payment per couple which will be required before the community charge reduction scheme applies.368W