What is Council Tax and how is it spent?
Most of the money for providing services to you comes from
central Government and other grants. In Wyre Forest, just under £6
million is collected through Council Tax.
Wyre Forest District Council collects the
Council Tax on behalf of all of the authorities shown on the pie
chart below. The total amount is then split to provide the services
that are part of your everyday life.
This year a Band D household in Wyre Forest
will pay £1,532.97 on average to their local authorities - that's
just £29.48 a week.
Wyre Forest District Council’s share of the
Council Tax bill is just 13%.
In 2014/15 residents will be paying £201.45 (for a Band D property)
to the District Council for the year, which is just £3.87 per
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leaflet (1920K) and the
where your money goes (45K).
How much do I have to pay?
Charges are applied depending on what band a property falls
into. The bands are set by the Valuation Office. You can view your
band and the bands of neighbouring properties on the Valuation Office website.
Charges are applied for a full financial year (1st April to 31st
Tax amounts 2014/15 (337Kb)
Tax amounts 2013/14 (46K)
Tax amounts 2012/13 (47K)
Tax amounts 2011/12 (71K)