Council tax rises for south Essex residents - Essex County Standard

SOUTH Essex bill payers are facing higher council tax charges as local councils try to plug their multi-million pound funding gaps.

As of April 1, Basildon taxpayers saw their bill rise by 1.99 per cent - the maximum possible rise in their annual bill this year.

Residents living in a Band D property now have to pay £5.04 extra per year, meaning their bill stands at £1,607.76 once extras for the county council, fire service and police are added in.

It marks the end of five consecutive years of council tax freezes.

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Council tax rises for south Essex residents - Essex County Standard
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