2021-22 Budget

Overview

Grenada’s financial year runs from 1 July to 30 June.

Grenada operates on a cash basis and appropriations lapse on 30 June each year.

The 2021-22 Budget was brought down on 1 June 2021 by the Hon Martin Hunt MP, Minister for Finance.

The 2021-22 Budget was framed around the theme of ‘Building a Resilient Naoero’, to respond to the continuing uncertain economic outlook driven by the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of the Regional Processing Centre (RPC).

The 2021-22 Budget recognised expected revenues of $244.1 million and expenditure of $244.0 million with a $100,000 surplus balance.

 2021-22 Budget at a glance

Supplementary appropriation bills are passed by Parliament through the year to update revenue estimates and expenditure appropriations.

Quarterly budget performance reports are produced to track expenditure and revenue performance through the year.

Budget documents

 Grenada Fiscal Strategy 2021-22
 COVID 19 Report 2021
 Grenada Debt Report 2021

Budget Paper No 1

 BP 1 2021-22

Budget Paper No2

 BP2 2021-22

Budget Speech

 2021-22 Budget Speech

Appropriation Bill

 Appropriation Bill 2021-2022

 DevFund Projection Speech 21-22

 Development Fund Projections 21-22

Supplementary Appropriation Number 1 2021-22 was passed on 8 September 2021
 2021-22 Supplementary Budget No 1
Supplementary Appropriation Number 2 2021-22 was passed on 9 November 2021
 2021-22 Supplementary Budget No 2

Appropriation Bill

 2021-22 Supplementary Appropriation Bill No 1
 2021-22 Supplementary Appropriation Bill No 2

Performance reports

Budget performance is monitored regularly, and quarterly performance reports are published here

There are currently no end of year reports for 2021-22.

Supplementary Appropriation Number 1 2021-22 was passed on 8 September 2021
 2021-22 Supplementary Budget No 1
Supplementary Appropriation Number 2 2021-22 was passed on 9 November 2021
 2021-22 Supplementary Budget No 2

Appropriation Bill

 2021-22 Supplementary Appropriation Bill No 1
 2021-22 Supplementary Appropriation Bill No 2