Town Hall Rich List: Stop council tax rises

As households across the country face inflation-busting council tax hikes, our latest Town Hall Rich List has revealed that 3,106 council bosses received more than £100,000 in total remuneration in 2022-23.

We're calling on local authorities to offer value for money and stop council tax hikes!



1. Use the table below to find out how much your council bosses received:

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The full dataset featuring more detail can be found here.

The councils that failed to provide their accounts in time are:
Babergh, Barking and Dagenham, Birmingham, Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, Bromley, Bromsgrove, Buckinghamshire, Caerphilly, Camden, Cannock Chase, Carlisle, Copeland, Coventry, Craven, Croydon, Dover, East Devon, East Hertfordshire, East Lindsey, Eastbourne, Eden, Gedling, Gloucester, Gravesham, Great Yarmouth, Hastings, King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Lewes, Maidstone, Medway, Mid Suffolk, North Norfolk, North Northamptonshire, North Warwickshire, North West Leicestershire, Nottingham, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Oadby and Wigston, Oxford, Redditch, Reigate and Banstead, Sandwell, Slough, South Cambridgeshire, South Holland, Stafford, Stratford-on-Avon, Surrey Heath, Swansea, Tandridge, Thanet, Thurrock, Uttlesford, Warwick, West Northamptonshire, Wiltshire, Woking and Wrexham.

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