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Parliamentary debates and questions

S5W-20648: James Kelly (Glasgow)

Scottish Labour

Date lodged: 17 December 2018

To ask the Scottish Government how much tax revenue it expects will be generated by the large business rates supplement in 2019-20, broken down by local authority.

Answered by: Kate Forbes 8 January 2019

The following table presents an estimate of the net income raised by the large business supplement in 2019-20 broken down by local authority.

Estimated amount raised by the Large Business Supplement in 2019-20 by Local Authority

Local Authority

Estimated Amount Raised

(£ millions)

Aberdeen

£11.9

Aberdeenshire

£5.2

Angus

£1.0

Argyll & Bute

£1.7

Clackmannanshire

£0.7

Dumfries & Galloway

£2.1

Dundee City

£3.0

East Ayrshire

£1.2

East Dunbartonshire

£1.0

East Lothian

£1.1

East Renfrewshire

£0.6

Edinburgh, City of

£16.4

Eilean Siar

£0.3

Falkirk

£3.5

Fife

£7.7

Glasgow City

£16.0

Highland

£6.2

Inverclyde

£0.9

Midlothian

£1.4

Moray

£2.0

North Ayrshire

£1.8

North Lanarkshire

£4.8

Orkney Islands

£0.4

Perth & Kinross

£2.3

Renfrewshire

£6.0

Scottish Borders

£1.4

Shetland Islands

£1.2

South Ayrshire

£1.9

South Lanarkshire

£16.5

Stirling

£1.9

West Dunbartonshire

£4.1

West Lothian

£3.7

Scotland

£129.6

 

Source: Assessors' Valuation Roll, Local Authority Billing System