Council tax set for biggest rise in 14 years, says CIPFA

By Heather Jameson | 01 March 2018

Council tax payers face the sharpest rise in their taxes for 14 years, according to the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy figures (CIPFA). 

As local authorities face rising budget pressures, the household tax is set to rise by an average 5.1% or £80.57 for a Band D property. 

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