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Video Access now available!
We are pleased to announce that video access to this seminar is now available to purchase. This is a recording of the virtual meeting that took place on 28 January 2022.
If you weren’t able to attend on the day, you can still buy the recording! Purchase includes:
- The slides of the presentations
- Any course notes
The Housing, Communities and Local Government (HCLG) Committee has launched an inquiry into council tax collection in England, examining the practices employed by local authorities to collect council tax arrears. This important seminar looks at the background to the Inquiry and responds to some of the misleading statements that have prompted the investigation.
The seminar will also look at other issues raised in the terms of reference including whether there should be changes to the legislation on the recovery of council tax arrears, and how local authority council tax support schemes affect council tax collection rates.
There will be a forensic analysis of the Governments statistics on council tax collection and the impact of the various forms of council tax reduction schemes.
This event will inform part of the Institutes evidence to the Committee, It is therefore important that we canvass the widest possible views. The future of the council tax is at risk. It is therefore important that the evidence reflects all sides of the process.
You cannot afford to miss this event. It is important that the Committee is given informed and factual evidence. This seminar will give you the opportunity contribute to this important issue.
Background to the Inquiry and the Terms of Reference
What do the collection statistics tell us?
The impact of the manipulation of Council Tax Reduction Schemes
Is there anything to learn from collection and enforcement “Best Practice?”
Do the statutes and regulations need modernisation?
Q and A
The seminar will be delivered by:
- Alistair Townsend, IRRV President,
- David Magor, Chief Executive
- Gary Watson, Chief Executive
- Louise Freeth, Head of revenues, Benefits, Library and resident Services, Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
- Carla-Maria Heath, IRRV Vice President
£125 plus VAT IRRV Member Rate (valid for Individual Members)
£155 plus VAT Forum/Organisational Member Rate
£185 plus VAT Non- Member Rate
Enquiries can be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 020 7691 8987.
Please note in order for your booking to be processed you must have a purchase order number.
On receipt of the registration form with purchase order number the IRRV will issue a receipted VAT invoice at the prevailing rate. Payment must be received in advance of the event. The Institute reserves the right to refuse admission where delegate fees have not been paid.
IRRV Member £125.00
Forum/Organisational Member £155.00
Non Member £185.00