South Gloucestershire council tax bills frozen
COUNCIL tax in South Gloucestershire has been frozen for a third year running.
A budget backed by the three parties on the council - Liberal Democrats, Conservatives and Labour - was agreed at a meeting tonight.
It will see the authority’s element of council tax for a Band D property remaining unchanged at £1,245.20.
With precepts added from the Police and Crime Commissioner, parishes and Avon Fire & Rescue Service, the average council tax for a Band D property will be £1,539.27 from April 1.
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A budget of £189 million has been set for 2013/14 for the area, which includes Kingswood, Filton, Yate and Thornbury.
It includes £26 million in cuts, with a further £17 million needed by 2014/15.
A Living Wage will be introduced in October for council staff on lower incomes.
More than 1,410 people responded to consultations on the budget and cuts.