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Rate Equalisation Scheme

Volume 87: debated on Monday 18 November 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment how he will measure the extent to which the proposed extended London rate equalisation scheme will achieve the Government's objectives, as expressed in his Department's recent consultation paper dealing with the disappearance of the Greater London council precept.

When we take our decisions on the London rate equalisation scheme for 1986–87 we shall take into acount all the relevant considerations, including the views expressed by local government in response to the consultations.