Generating revenue

By making the most of your assets, improving processes and securing funding, we can help you to maximise income to reduce the funding gap and improve financial sustainability.

Public sector organisations continue to face huge challenges to reduce costs. We can help you to maximise revenue and make the most of your assets to reduce the funding gap, become financially sustainable and support economic prosperity for your community.  

We have tried and tested ways to successfully commercialise services and secure external funding that bring in new revenue streams to your organisation. By introducing new initiatives, developing smarter processes and by using insight and technology, we can also improve your revenue collections and debt recovery across your organisation.

How we can help

For over 25 years, we have been helping local authorities with all aspects of administering, collecting and recovering council tax and national non-domestic rates (NNDR).

Our single person discount review and tenancy verification services help local authorities to reduce fraud, maximise revenue and provide better value to the tax payer.

Our public sector asset development strategy gives your local authority access to an end to end capability, empowering you to take full control of the development of place and to maximise the social and commercial value from your public assets.

Our empty homes review service helps local authorities identify homes that have been brought back into use, enabling Councils to maximise revenue from the new homes bonus grant and increase council tax collection.

As the UK’s largest provider of finance services to the public sector. We have the experience, technology and scale to transform your finance processes and deliver a successful financial strategy.

Empty homes review at Plymouth City Council

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Capita’s empty homes service allowed us to identify sixty seven properties across Plymouth which were no longer vacant. As a result, over the next six years, Plymouth City Council will be awarded in excess of £400,000 in additional new homes bonus grant from DCLG

Malcom Coe, assistant director for finance, efficiencies, technology & assets, Plymouth City Council