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Council Tax and Parish Charges 2019/20

The majority of dwellings are subject to Council Tax. There is one bill per dwelling, whether it is a house, bungalow, flat maisonette, mobile home or houseboat, and whether it is owned or rented. It is an important part of the financing of Local Government and other local services.

Your Council Tax goes towards the cost of services provided by the District Council, Suffolk County Council, Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner and your local Parish/Town Council. We collect all the charges and then pass the required amounts to the other services.

The money raised by Council Tax is used to make up the difference between the money we get from central Government and the money we need to deliver all of the services needed by you.

Council Tax was brought into effect on 1 April 1993 and is governed by legislation. It is an annual tax based on the value of your property and assumes that two people live in the property. The bill is not increased if more than two people live in the household, but if only one lives there, the bill is reduced by 25%

 

Babergh Council Tax Information 2019/20

A guide to your Council Tax bill

A guide to your Council Tax eBill

Frequently asked questions

Parish Charges by Band  

Parish Precepts  

Financial Information

Leaders Statement 

 

Mid Suffolk Council Tax Information 2019/20

A guide to your Council Tax bill

A guide to your Council Tax eBill

Frequently asked questions

Parish Charges by Band

Parish Precepts  

Financial Information

Leaders Statement

 

Suffolk County Council

Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner

 

Council Tax eBill information 

For further information on Council Tax and all explanatory notes for your eBill see Council Tax eBill information