Local authorities including Wealden, will receive a share of £51.2 billion local government funding next year – up £2.2 billion on this year.
Funding for key public services will again be protected, with significant extra resources dedicated to areas where they are needed most.
Wealden District Council will have an extra 220,000 to spend next year.
The local government finance settlement sets out how much councils have to spend on vital local services each year, including social care which will see a £1 billion increase in funding next year as a result of the announcement. In total, local authorities across England will receive an extra £5 billion in support next year, including a further £1.55 billion in additional grant funding to cover costs relating to the pandemic and an extra £670 million to help families facing hardship with their council tax bills.
This is on top of the more than £7.2 billion in additional funding given to local areas throughout the pandemic so far, to protect vital services that have kept vulnerable people and communities safe.