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What did you think about Ealing Council giving all Council tax payers £50 cashback at the end of last year?

Were you delighted to have extra spending money in time for Christmas?

Or did you think the council could have spent the money more effectively elsewhere?

As part of its commitment to helping residents during the recession Ealing Council provided a £50 cash back last year to everyone who paid council tax.

Ealing Council has now asked its Value for Money Specialist Scrutiny Panel to find out what Ealing residents and businesses think of the £50 cash back scheme. The information collected through this survey will be used to assess the effectiveness of the scheme in helping residents and businesses.




September 2, 2010