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Annual budget 2004/05 archive

Published Budget

The Mayor's 2004/05 budget provides funding for a new neighbourhood policing initiative, to be rolled out from April, which will see dedicated teams of officers based in communities across London. The budget will see the GLA precept increase by 33p per week (average Band D), and the total GLA precept for 2004/05 will be £241.33. The extra funds will in addition pay for 200 more firefighters and an extra 100 British Transport Police.

The published GLA Group budget for 2004/05 is available for downloading using the following links

Published Budget 2004/05 PDF (1.41Mb)
Published Budget 2004/05 RTF (935Kb)

Budget and Business Plan 2004/05

The Budget and Business Plan 2004/05 (March 2004) for the GLA itself is available for download:

Budget and Business Plan 2004/05 PDF (335kb)
Budget and Business Plan 2004/05 RTF (2.1Mb)

Budget and equalities 2004/05

The Budget and Equalities report, which is published annually, examines the extent to which the functional bodies are prioritising and improving equalities in their organisations and in delivery of their services'

Budget and equalities 2004/05 PDF (1.19Mb)
Budget and equalities 2004/05 RTF (1.82Mb)

Mayor of London's Capital Spending Plan 2004/05

The Mayor is required, under section 122 of the Greater London Authority (GLA) Act 1999, to prepare, for each financial year, a capital spending plan for the functional bodies: Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA), London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA), Transport for London (TfL) and London Development Agency (LDA).

Capital Spending Plan 2004/05 PDF (1.76Mb)
Capital Spending Plan 2004/05 RTF (1.23Mb)

Council Tax Leaflet 2004/05

The Council Tax Leaflet 2004/05 contains details of the Mayor's 2004/05 budget and the explanation of the Council Tax precept change.

Council Tax Leaflet 2004/05 PDF (92Kb)
Council Tax Leaflet 2004/05 RTF (114Kb)

Budget 2004/05 background papers

The Mayor presented his final draft consolidated budget to the London Assembly on 18 February 2004 and it went through unamended by the Assembly:

Final draft budget 2004/05 PDF (full document - 343Kb)
Final draft budget 2004/05 RTF (full document - 1.72Mb)
Final draft budget 2004/05 part 1 RTF (849Kb)
Final draft budget 2004/05 part 2 RTF (903Kb)

Prior to this, the Mayor presented draft budget proposals to the London Assembly on 28 January 2004:

Draft budget proposals 2004/05 PDF (full document - 350Kb)
Draft budget proposals 2004/05, Mayor's statement RTF (62Kb)
Draft budget proposals 2004/05, Annex A RTF (1.2Mb)
Draft budget proposals 2004/05, Annex B RTF (412Kb)

The consultation document for the Mayor's Draft Consolidated Budget 2004/05 (December 2003) is available for downloading using the following links:

Budget 2004/05 consultation document PDF (1.7Mb)
Budget 2004/05 consultation document RTF (2.6Mb)

Summary of the consultation document PDF (1.3Mb)
Summary of the consultation document RTF (633Kb)

Statement of Accounts 2003/04

The audit of accounts of the Greater London Authority for the year ended 31 March 2004 has been completed. The Statement of Accounts is available for download below. Copies of the document are available for inspection at the Authority's offices at City Hall.

GLA Statement of Accounts 2003/04 PDF
GLA Statement of Accounts 2003/04 RTF

Mayor's and Assembly Members' salaries and expenses PDF
Mayor's and Assembly Members' salaries and expenses RTF

GLA Group Statement of Accounts 2003/04 PDF
GLA Group Statement of Accounts 2003/04 RTF

 

Related links

Budget home page

Current budget

Budget archive

Accounts information

 
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