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Good news! For the 12th year running we're freezing our element of your bill.

Leicestershire County Council has increased their element of the charge by 4.99%, of which, 1.9% is for general expenditure and 3.0% is for Adult Social Care. 

Leicestershire and Rutland Fire Authority has increased their element of the charge by 1.96%.

The Police and Crime Commissioner has increased their charge by 6.43%.

(Note: percentage increases are rounded to 1 decimal place on your Council Tax demand notice)

Want to know more?

Find out more about Leicestershire County Council

Find out more about the Leicestershire Police Authority

Find out more about Leicestershire and Rutland Combined Fire Authority

Your bill explained

We collect your council tax - but only a small part of it is for our services (around 10%). 

The biggest part of your demand notice helps pay for Leicestershire County Council services - schools, roads, social services and more.  

On your demand notice you will also see charges from parish councils, Leicestershire and Rutland Combined Fire Authority and the Police and Crime Commissioner.

The figure for town and parish councils will vary in other areas of the district. You will have on your demand notice a charge from your town or parish council, or special expenses.

How much will I have to pay? 

What you pay depends on where you live and which band your home is in. Parish councils charge different amounts.

Council Tax Charges 2021-2022 (PDF Document, 0.14 Mb)

How is the money spent?

Read our guide to find out more about how your council tax helps to pay for vital public services in North West Leicestershire.

Council Tax Leaflet 2021/2022 (PDF Document, 0.89 Mb)

Frequently Asked Questions

Find out more about our frequently asked questions about council tax bills for 2020-2021

Information relating to the previous financial year

Your guide to Council Tax 2019-20

Council Tax guide for 2019-2020 (PDF Document, 0.84 Mb)

Council Tax Charges 2020/21

Council tax charges 2020-2021 (PDF Document, 0.11 Mb)

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Last updated: Thu 11 March, 2021 @ 12:39