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Parliamentary Debates and Questions

S5W-05853: Daniel Johnson (Edinburgh Southern)

Scottish Labour

Date lodged: 21 December 2016

To ask the Scottish Government how much tax revenue it expects will be generated by the large business rates supplement in 2017-18, broken down by local authority.

Answered by: Derek Mackay 12 January 2017

The Scottish Government's estimate of non-domestic rates income attributable to the large business supplement for 2017-18 by local authority area is set out in the following table.

Local authority

Estimated income

(£ million)

Aberdeen City

11.0

Aberdeenshire

4.4

Angus

1.1

Argyll & Bute

1.5

Clackmannanshire

0.7

Dumfries & Galloway

1.6

Dundee City

3.0

East Ayrshire

1.1

East Dunbartonshire

1.0

East Lothian

1.1

East Renfrewshire

0.5

Edinburgh, City of

16.3

Eilean Siar

0.3

Falkirk

3.0

Fife

7.1

Glasgow City

16.9

Highland

5.4

Inverclyde

0.8

Midlothian

1.3

Moray

1.7

North Ayrshire

1.6

North Lanarkshire

4.5

Orkney Islands

0.3

Perth & Kinross

2.2

Renfrewshire

5.9

Scottish Borders

1.2

Shetland Islands

0.9

South Ayrshire

1.7

South Lanarkshire

19.2

Stirling

1.8

West Dunbartonshire

3.6

West Lothian

3.3

TOTAL

126.0