Council tax bands 2015-16
- figures shown are before the award of any discount, exemption or Council Tax Support
You pay your Council Tax to Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, but we only keep 13.2% of it. The rest is shared between Warwickshire County Council (75%) and Warwickshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, who take the remaining 11.8%.
The 13.2% of your Council Tax payment that Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council takes for 2015-16, will provide the following services;
- over 4 million bins emptied every year
- 50% of household waste recycled
- 1,400 streets cleaned each month
- 115 CCTV cameras for the benefit of community safety
- 500 inspection visits to food premises to ensure cleanliness and safety
- award winning markets plus street entertainment
- Christmas lights in the town centres
- support for the Civic bonfires
- four leisure centres offering top class facilities
- continued investment into homelessness prevention
- we provide advice on benefits
- we invest in the future economic development of our Borough
- 80% of our suppliers are small to medium sized businesses
- we support local sports clubs in acquiring external funding
Council Tax came into effect on 1993. It is a property tax which takes into account the number of adults living at the property so it is based upon the open market value of the property and the number of people aged 18 or over who live there.
The amount of the Council Tax is set and the tax is collected as laid down in the Local Government Finance Act 1992.
Each property, i.e. house, flat etc. is placed into a band according to its assumed open market value as at the 1 April 1991.
The Valuation Office carries out the property valuations. Properties and their bands are listed in the Valuation Lists, which are available for inspection.
For further information please contact the Coventry Valuation Office on 03000 501 501 or visit the VOA website.
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