Environment Team Budget

Meeting: 
MQT on 2015-03-25
Session date: 
March 25, 2015
Reference: 
2015/1005
Question By: 
Murad Qureshi
Organisation: 
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

What has been the GLA Environment Team's budget for each year of your Mayoralty, up to 2015/16?

Answer

Answer for Environment Team Budget

Answer for Environment Team Budget

Answered By: 
The Mayor
 

Revenue (£)

Capital (£)

 

Expenditure Budget

Income Budget

Net budget

London Waste & Recycle Board grant (2)

Net budget

2008/09         

           4,612,000

-           733,000

         3,879,000

   

2009/10

           7,910,000

-        3,880,000

         4,030,000

 

   3,399,000

20010/11

         10,340,000

-        5,214,000

         5,126,000

 

   4,890,000

2011/12

8,963,000

-        3,360,000

         5,603,000

             9,500,000

   4,925,000

2012/13

           8,719,000

-        4,105,000

         4,614,000

             1,500,000

      360,000

2013/14

           3,764,000

-           667,000

         3,097,000

             1,500,000

   2,526,000

2014/15

           5,590,000

-           672,000

         4,918,000

             1,500,000

   3,798,000

2015/16 - provisional at this stage

           4,101,000

-           155,000

         3,946,000

-

   1,000,000

  • Transport teams salary budget and Noise Programme budget was part of Environment team up till end of 2012-13 (approximately £470,000 each year to 2012-13).
  • London Waste & Recycling Board grant payment has been deducted from the budget (between 2011-12 and 2014-15)             
  • 2015/16 Budget does not include carry forwards from 2014-15 such as Drain London, Parks and Trees and TSB. Hence 2014-15 budget is high and 2015-16 low.                                                                                                 

The budget and income reduction between 2012-13 and 2013-14 is due to the ending of Recycle for London and C40 Project between the two years (both these projects had external income contributions). There was a reduction in Drain London spend and it should also be noted that some projects transferred to a different team between the two financial years (i.e. London Food Programme budget and London Hydrogen Partnership)