No rise in precept

PUBLISHED: 11:06 28 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:38 25 May 2010

CLEVEDON residents have been given some good news after the town council decided to not increase its precept for the coming financial year.

CLEVEDON residents have been given some good news after the town council decided to not increase its precept for the coming financial year.

The total precept requirement for 2010/11 is £165,000, so, due to the higher number of band D properties in the town, this actually means the rate for a band D house drops from £20.91 to £20.75.

This is the amount of money out of a household's total council tax that will be used by the town council.


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