Council tax set for five per cent increase in Conwy county


Staff reporter (Rhyl Journal)

CONWY County Council is set to raise Council Tax by five per cent from April 1.

The council's cabinet will vote on the proposal on February 11 and if agreed, a full council meeting will be held on February 20 to give final approval to the increase.

This decision would mean a rise of 88p per week for people living in Band D properties, which is 71 per cent of the county.

People residing in Band A properties would see a 49p per week rise and those living in band I will see their Council Tax go up by £2.05 per week.

The plans have been supported and approved by the Minister for Finance and Resources to coincide with the council's budget for 2014/15.

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