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To consider, and if approved, adopt the recommendations of Cabinet dated 16 February 2017 and set the Council Tax for the year ending 31 March 2018.

Minutes:

A proposition was moved by Councillor John Clarke and seconded by Councillor Payne in the following terms:

 

1.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the Prudential and Treasury Indicators and the Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2017/18 which includes the Minimum Revenue Provision Policy Statement; the Borrowing Strategy and the Annual Investment Strategy set out at pages 5 to 36 of the Council agenda be approved.

 

2.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the Capital Programme for 2017/18 to 2019/20 set out at page 46 of the Council agenda and the Capital Investment Strategy 2017/18 to 2019/20 set out at pages 47 to 63 of the Council agenda be approved.

 

3.         In accordance with the recommendation of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the financial threshold above which decisions will be regarded as Key Decisions be set at £0.5 million for 2017/18.

 

4.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the Gedling Plan 2017-19 included at pages 95 to 127 of the Council agenda and the detailed budget for 2017/18 included at pages 145 to 191 of the Council agenda which together set out the detailed budget and priorities, objectives, actions and performance indicators be approved.

 

5.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the future cumulative efficiency target of £1.9m with the following annual ongoing targets: 2018/19 £500,000; 2019/20 £700,000; 2020/21 £700,000 be approved and officers be instructed to develop delivery plans for the 2018/19 budget process.

 

6.         That the sum of £587,700 be taken from General Fund Balances in 2017/18 to support General Fund revenue expenditure in that year.

 

7.         That it be noted that the Portfolio holder for Resources and Reputation and Deputy Leader of the Council determined on 18 January 2017 (D512), the following amounts for the year 2017/18 in accordance with regulations made under section 31(B) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992.

 

(a)  36,306.09 being the amount calculated by the Council, in accordance with regulation 3 of the Local Authorities (Calculation of Council Tax Base) (England) Regulations 2012, as its council tax base for the year. (The Council Tax base for the whole district)

 

 (b)

Part of the Council’s Area

 

Tax Base

Bestwood St Albans

1,533.57

Burton Joyce

1,442.61

Calverton

2,182.62

Colwick

856.90

Lambley

485.95

Linby

145.81

Newstead

359.78

Papplewick

276.47

Ravenshead

2,711.87

Stoke Bardolph

52.60

Woodborough

920.33

 

being the amounts calculated by the Council, in accordance with regulation 6 of the Regulations, as the amounts of its council tax base for the year for dwellings in/ those parts of its area to which one or more special items relate. (The Council Tax base for each parish)

 

8.         That the following amounts be now calculated by the Council for the year 2017/18 in accordance with sections 31A, 31B and 34 to 36 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (the Act):

 

(a)       £48,419,851 being the aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in section 31A(2) of the Act. (Effectively gross expenditure including parish precepts, and transfers to reserves)

 

(b)       £42,047,400 being the aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in section 31A(3) of the Act. (Effectively gross income and transfers from reserves)

 

(c)        £6,372,451 being the amount by which the aggregate at 8(a) above exceeds the aggregate at 8(b) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 31A(4) of the Act, as its Council Tax Requirement for the year. (Expenditure less income)

 

(d)       £175.52 being the amount at 8(c) above, divided by the amount at 7(a) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 31B of the Act, as the basic amount of its council tax for the year. (The overall average amount of Council Tax per Band D property, including parish precepts)

 

(e)       £633,551 being the aggregate amount of all special items referred to in section 34(1) of the Act. (Total of parish precepts)

 

(f)        £158.07 being the amount at 8(d) above less the result given by dividing the amount at 8(e) above by the amount at 7(a) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 34(2) of the Act, as the basic amount of its council tax for the year for dwellings in those parts of its area to which no special item relates. (Gedling’s own element of the Council Tax for a Band D dwelling).

 

(g)

Part of the Council’s Area

 

 £ 

Bestwood St Albans

177.57

Burton Joyce

257.48

Calverton

242.60

Colwick

194.19

Lambley

189.97

Linby

230.54

Newstead

199.10

Papplewick

194.46

Ravenshead

204.51

Stoke Bardolph

164.23

Woodborough

231.57

 

being the amounts given by adding to the amount at 8(f) above to the amounts of the special item or items relating to dwellings in those parts of the Council’s area mentioned above, divided in each case by the amount at 7(b) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 34(3) of the Act, as the basic amounts of its council tax for the year for dwellings in those parts of its area to which one or more special items relate. (The combined district and parish amount of Council Tax for a Band D dwelling)

 

 

(h)

Part of the Council’s Area

Valuation Bands

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

 

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

Bestwood St Albans

118.38

138.11

157.84

177.57

217.03

256.49

295.95

355.14

Burton Joyce

171.65

200.26

228.87

257.48

314.70

371.91

429.13

514.96

Calverton

161.73

188.69

215.65

242.60

296.51

350.42

404.33

485.20

Colwick

129.46

151.03

172.62

194.19

237.35

280.49

323.65

388.38

Lambley

126.65

147.75

168.87

189.97

232.19

274.40

316.62

379.94

Linby

153.69

179.31

204.93

230.54

281.77

333.00

384.23

461.08

Newstead

132.73

154.85

176.98

199.10

243.35

287.59

331.83

398.20

Papplewick

129.64

151.24

172.86

194.46

237.68

280.88

324.10

388.92

Ravenshead

136.34

159.06

181.79

204.51

249.96

295.40

340.85

409.02

Stoke Bardolph

109.49

127.73

145.99

164.23

200.73

237.22

273.72

328.46

Woodborough

154.38

180.11

205.84

231.57

283.03

334.49

385.95

463.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All other parts of the Council’s area

105.38

122.94

140.51

158.07

193.20

228.32

263.45

316.14

 

being the amounts given by multiplying the amounts at 8(f) and 8(g) above by the number which, in the proportion set out in section 5(1) of the Act, is applicable to dwellings listed in a particular valuation band divided by the number which in that proportion is applicable to dwellings listed in valuation band D, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 36(1) of the Act, as the amounts to be taken into account for the year in respect of categories of dwellings listed in different valuation bands. (The combined district and parish amount of Council Tax for each band of dwelling).


9.         That it be noted that for the year 2017/18, Nottinghamshire County Council, the Office of the Nottinghamshire Police & Crime Commissioner and the Combined Fire Authority have stated the following amounts in precepts issued to the Council, in accordance with section 40 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, for each of the categories of dwellings shown below:

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

Precepting Authority:

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

Notts County Council

901.31

1,051.53

1,201.75

1,351.97

1,652.41

1,952.85

2,253.28

2,703.94

Notts Police & Crime Commissioner

 

122.28

 

142.66

 

163.04

 

183.42

 

224.18

 

264.94

 

305.70

 

366.84

Combined Fire Authority

 

50.19

 

58.56

 

66.92

 

75.29

 

92.02

 

108.75

 

125.48

 

150.58

 

10.       That, having calculated the aggregate in each case of the amounts at 8(h) and 9 above, the Council, in accordance with section 30(2) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, hereby sets the following amounts of council tax for the year 2017/18 for each of the categories of dwellings shown below: (The total amount of Council Tax for each band of dwelling)

 

Part of the Council’s Area

Valuation Bands

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

 

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

Bestwood St Albans

1,192.16

1,390.86

1,589.55

1,788.25

2,185.64

2,583.03

2,980.41

3,576.50

Burton Joyce

1,245.43

1,453.01

1,660.58

1,868.16

2,283.31

2,698.45

3,113.59

3,736.32

Calverton

1,235.51

1,441.44

1,647.36

1,853.28

2,265.12

2,676.96

3,088.79

3,706.56

Colwick

1,203.24

1,403.78

1,604.33

1,804.87

2,205.96

2,607.03

3,008.11

3,609.74

Lambley

1,200.43

1,400.50

1,600.58

1,800.65

2,200.80

2,600.94

3,001.08

3,601.30

Linby

1,227.47

1,432.06

1,636.64

1,841.22

2,250.38

2,659.54

3,068.69

3,682.44

Newstead

1,206.51

1,407.60

1,608.69

1,809.78

2,211.96

2,614.13

3,016.29

3,619.56

Papplewick

1,203.42

1,403.99

1,604.57

1,805.14

2,206.29

2,607.42

3,008.56

3,610.28

Ravenshead

1,210.12

1,411.81

1,613.50

1,815.19

2,218.57

2,621.94

3,025.31

3,630.38

Stoke Bardolph

1,183.27

1,380.48

1,577.70

1,774.91

2,169.34

2,563.76

2,958.18

3,549.82

Woodborough

1,228.16

1,432.86

1,637.55

1,842.25

2,251.64

2,661.03

3,070.41

3,684.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All other parts of the Council’s area

 

1,179.16

 

1,375.69

 

1,572.22

 

1,768.75

 

2,161.81

 

2,554.86

 

2,947.91

 

3,537.50

 

An amendment was moved by Councillor Barnfather and seconded by Councillor Powell in the following terms:

 

That the Council has the following objections and proposals to the estimates submitted by Cabinet, and it requires the Cabinet to reconsider those estimates in the light of these objections and proposals, and report back to Council within five working days after the day of this meeting.

 

 

 

1

Remove Empty Homes Officer Resource Development Bid (2017/18 impact only)

-£33,400

2

Review of Leisure Centre Human Resources (rising to £100,000 by 2018/19)

-£50,000

3

Earlier creation of Grounds Maintenance Local Authority Trading Company (2017/18 impact only)

-£25,000

4

Remove the Leadership of Place budget

-£5,000

5

Remove the Reputation and Initiatives budget

-£10,000

6

Deletion of Customer Insight Officer Post (rising to £20,000 by 2018/19)

-£10,000

7

Rationalisation of Service Manager Roles (rising to £63,000 by 2018/19)

-£31,500

8

Retain Haywood Road Bowling Green land for Open Green Space (rising to £30,000 cost by 2018/19)

 £10,000

9

Implement a Council Tax Increase of 1.99% (a reduction of 1.28% from the Cabinet recommendation of 3.27%)

£71,000

10

Creation of a Not For Profit Leisure Local Authority Controlled Company generating tax benefits in Business Rates and VAT (£300,000 2018/19 onward)

 

11

Reduce the future need for an Efficiency Target by £350,000 in 2018/19 to reduce the cumulative target from £1,900,000 to £1,550,000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

 

The Local Government Act 2003 requires that the Council’s Chief Financial Officer, in the case of Gedling that is the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance, provide advice to the Council on the adequacy of financial reserves, and the robustness of the estimates.  These comments can be found below:

THE ROBUSTNESS OF THE ESTIMATES AND THE ADEQUACY OF THE GENERAL FUND BALANCES

 

The annual budget and the medium term plan are based on a range of assumptions, detailed to Cabinet on 16 February, and these have enabled estimates of current and future spending to be modelled. The Council has an excellent track record of meeting demands within the approved budget, together with a good reputation for the robustness of its financial planning. The Council also has an established process for assessing the financial risk factors inherent in any business activity, and the financial risk register shows that it is able to manage risk over the medium term.

 

Members should note that even given the Council’s excellent track record for budget management, careful budget monitoring and financial planning, all of which will continue, a structural deficit remains within the Medium Term Financial Plan (MTFP). The achievement of the current plan is dependent upon continuing financial restraint and the delivery of future efficiency targets that are still dependent on developing a delivery plan. Whilst the deficit is currently considered to be at a manageable level, it is expected that there will need to be some contraction of service delivery/ performance, given the scale of the ongoing reductions required.

 

The annual budget for 2017/18 and the early years of the MTFP leave the Council with a higher level of balances than the minimum required. Whilst existing management approaches should enable the Council to deliver the reductions required in the medium to long term, further changes to the way that services are delivered will be required if the Council is to fully achieve its ambitions and achieve a sustainable financial position.

 

The Council will continue to implement significant changes in order to balance the MTFP. These plans, if implemented, will mean that the financial outlook remains positive, and that the 2017/18 estimates, and beyond, are robust. Members are advised that risk levels in the MTFP are increasing as a result of significant changes to local government funding settlements and to continuing financial restraint requiring the need to set future efficiency targets which are not currently backed by an agreed action plan.  Despite this risks are currently still at acceptable levels.

 

An assessment of reserves and balances has been carried out and I am satisfied that the financial position as presented is robust, and that reserves and balances are adequate in the short and medium term.  However, pressures on both capital and revenue budgets in the medium to long term remain significant, as demonstrated in the Gedling Plan which shows continued future reliance on the use of General Fund balances to support expenditure levels, as reported to Cabinet on 16 February 2017.

 

The Council has in the past successfully managed such pressures, and therefore I consider that, given the information available at the time, the level of general reserves are adequate for the purpose of setting the 2017/18 Council Tax.

 

MEDIUM TERM FINANCIAL PLAN 2017/18 TO 2021/22-HIGH LEVEL SUMMARY

 

 

 

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

 

£

£

£

£

                  £

Net Council Budget

12,326,400

11,823,900

11,028,200

10,313,000

10,117,900

Financed by:

 

 

 

 

 

Less:  Net Settlement Funding Assessment 

(3,653,500)

(3,350,300)

(3,013,900)

(3,013,900)

(3,013,900)

New Homes Bonus

(1,659,800)

(845,400)

(377,700)

(9,000)

0

Council Tax Collection Fund (Surplus)/Deficit

148,200

0

0

0

0

NNDR Growth/ Collection Fund (Surplus)/Deficit

(989,400)

(250,000)

(400,000)

(500,000)

(500,000)

Less:    Amount (from)/to           Balances

(503,900)

(1,468,200)

(1,081,000)

(385,100)

54,200

Council Tax

Requirement

5,668,000

5,910,000

6,155,600

6,405,000

6,658,200

Council Tax increase

 1.99%

(£3.05)

£5 (3.2%)

£5 (3.1%)

£5 (3.0%)

£5 (2.9%)

Tax Base

36,306

36,681

37,056

37,431

37,806

 

Expected balances at year end

5,091,100

3,622,900

2,542,000

2,156,900

2,211,100

Required balance (7.5% projected exp)

924,500

886,800

827,100

773,500

758,800

(Surplus)/Deficit on required balances

(4,166,600)

(2,736,100)

(1,714,900)

(1,383,400)

(1,452,300)

 

Councillor Payne, seconded by Councillor Clarke, proposed a motion to briefly adjourn the meeting to allow Members to consider the amendment put before them. The motion was put to the vote and the Mayor declared it carried.

 

The meeting adjourned at 6.55pm.

 

The meeting resumed at 7.05pm

 

Upon the Mayor putting the amendment to the meeting and in accordance with Standing Order 17.03 the amendment was put to a named vote as follows:

 

For the motion:

 

Councillors Adams

Councillor Andrews

Councillor Barnfather

Councillor Bexon

Councillor Bisset

Councillor Doyle

Councillor Elliott

Councillor Ellwood

Councillor Greensmith

Councillor Hewson

Councillor Parr

Councillor Pepper

Councillor Poole

Councillor Powell

Councillor Stirland

Councillor Walker

 

 

 

Against the motion:

 

Councillor Allan

Councillor Bailey Jay

Councillor Peter Barnes

Councillor Sandra Barnes

Councillor Beeston MBE

Councillor Brooks

Councillor Clarke

Councillor Collis

Councillor Creamer

Councillor David Ellis

Councillor Roxanne Ellis

Councillor Feeney

Councillor Gregory

Councillor Hollingsworth

Councillor Lawrence

Councillor McCrossen

Councillor Miller

Councillor Paling

Councillor Payne

Councillor Scroggie

Councillor Truscott

Councillor Wheeler

Councillor Wilkinson

 

The Mayor declared the amendment lost.

 

Upon the Mayor putting the original proposition of the meeting, and in accordance with Standing Order 17.03, the original proposition was put to a named vote as follows:

 

For the motion:

 

Councillor Allan

Councillor Bailey Jay

Councillor Peter Barnes

Councillor Sandra Barnes

Councillor Beeston MBE

Councillor Brooks

Councillor Clarke

Councillor Collis

Councillor Creamer

Councillor David Ellis

Councillor Roxanne Ellis

Councillor Ellwood

Councillor Feeney

Councillor Gregory

Councillor Hollingsworth

Councillor Lawrence

Councillor McCrossen

Councillor Miller

Councillor Paling

Councillor Payne

Councillor Scroggie

Councillor Truscott

Councillor Wheeler

Councillor Wilkinson

 

Against the motion:

 

Councillors Adams

Councillor Andrews

Councillor Barnfather

Councillor Bexon

Councillor Bisset

Councillor Doyle

Councillor Elliott

Councillor Greensmith

Councillor Hewson

Councillor Parr

Councillor Pepper

Councillor Poole

Councillor Powell

Councillor Stirland

Councillor Walker

 

The Mayor declared the motion carried and it was

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the Prudential and Treasury Indicators and the Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2017/18 which includes the Minimum Revenue Provision Policy Statement; the Borrowing Strategy and the Annual Investment Strategy set out at pages 5 to 36 of the Council agenda be approved.

 

2.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the Capital Programme for 2017/18 to 2019/20 set out at page 46 of the Council agenda and the Capital Investment Strategy 2017/18 to 2019/20 set out at pages 47 to 63 of the Council agenda be approved.

 

3.         In accordance with the recommendation of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the financial threshold above which decisions will be regarded as Key Decisions be set at £0.5 million for 2017/18.

 

4.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the Gedling Plan 2017-19 included at pages 95 to 127 of the Council agenda and the detailed budget for 2017/18 included at pages 145 to 191 of the Council agenda which together set out the detailed budget and priorities, objectives, actions and performance indicators be approved.

 

5.         In accordance with the recommendations of Cabinet on 16 February 2017, that the future cumulative efficiency target of £1.9m with the following annual ongoing targets: 2018/19 £500,000; 2019/20 £700,000; 2020/21 £700,000 be approved and officers be instructed to develop delivery plans for the 2018/19 budget process.

 

6.         That the sum of £587,700 be taken from General Fund Balances in 2017/18 to support General Fund revenue expenditure in that year.

 

7.         That it be noted that the Portfolio holder for Resources and Reputation and Deputy Leader of the Council determined on 18 January 2017 (D512), the following amounts for the year 2017/18 in accordance with regulations made under section 31(B) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992.

 

(b)  36,306.09 being the amount calculated by the Council, in accordance with regulation 3 of the Local Authorities (Calculation of Council Tax Base) (England) Regulations 2012, as its council tax base for the year. (The Council Tax base for the whole district)

 

 (b)

Part of the Council’s Area

 

Tax Base

Bestwood St Albans

1,533.57

Burton Joyce

1,442.61

Calverton

2,182.62

Colwick

856.90

Lambley

485.95

Linby

145.81

Newstead

359.78

Papplewick

276.47

Ravenshead

2,711.87

Stoke Bardolph

52.60

Woodborough

920.33

 

being the amounts calculated by the Council, in accordance with regulation 6 of the Regulations, as the amounts of its council tax base for the year for dwellings in/ those parts of its area to which one or more special items relate. (The Council Tax base for each parish)

 

8.         That the following amounts be now calculated by the Council for the year 2017/18 in accordance with sections 31A, 31B and 34 to 36 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (the Act):

 

(a)       £48,419,851 being the aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in section 31A(2) of the Act. (Effectively gross expenditure including parish precepts, and transfers to reserves)

 

(b)       £42,047,400 being the aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in section 31A(3) of the Act. (Effectively gross income and transfers from reserves)

 

(c)        £6,372,451 being the amount by which the aggregate at 8(a) above exceeds the aggregate at 8(b) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 31A(4) of the Act, as its Council Tax Requirement for the year. (Expenditure less income)

 

(d)       £175.52 being the amount at 8(c) above, divided by the amount at 7(a) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 31B of the Act, as the basic amount of its council tax for the year. (The overall average amount of Council Tax per Band D property, including parish precepts)

 

(e)       £633,551 being the aggregate amount of all special items referred to in section 34(1) of the Act. (Total of parish precepts)

 

(f)        £158.07 being the amount at 8(d) above less the result given by dividing the amount at 8(e) above by the amount at 7(a) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 34(2) of the Act, as the basic amount of its council tax for the year for dwellings in those parts of its area to which no special item relates. (Gedling’s own element of the Council Tax for a Band D dwelling).

 

(g)

Part of the Council’s Area

 

 £ 

Bestwood St Albans

177.57

Burton Joyce

257.48

Calverton

242.60

Colwick

194.19

Lambley

189.97

Linby

230.54

Newstead

199.10

Papplewick

194.46

Ravenshead

204.51

Stoke Bardolph

164.23

Woodborough

231.57

 

being the amounts given by adding to the amount at 8(f) above to the amounts of the special item or items relating to dwellings in those parts of the Council’s area mentioned above, divided in each case by the amount at 7(b) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 34(3) of the Act, as the basic amounts of its council tax for the year for dwellings in those parts of its area to which one or more special items relate. (The combined district and parish amount of Council Tax for a Band D dwelling)

 

 

(h)

Part of the Council’s Area

Valuation Bands

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

 

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

Bestwood St Albans

118.38

138.11

157.84

177.57

217.03

256.49

295.95

355.14

Burton Joyce

171.65

200.26

228.87

257.48

314.70

371.91

429.13

514.96

Calverton

161.73

188.69

215.65

242.60

296.51

350.42

404.33

485.20

Colwick

129.46

151.03

172.62

194.19

237.35

280.49

323.65

388.38

Lambley

126.65

147.75

168.87

189.97

232.19

274.40

316.62

379.94

Linby

153.69

179.31

204.93

230.54

281.77

333.00

384.23

461.08

Newstead

132.73

154.85

176.98

199.10

243.35

287.59

331.83

398.20

Papplewick

129.64

151.24

172.86

194.46

237.68

280.88

324.10

388.92

Ravenshead

136.34

159.06

181.79

204.51

249.96

295.40

340.85

409.02

Stoke Bardolph

109.49

127.73

145.99

164.23

200.73

237.22

273.72

328.46

Woodborough

154.38

180.11

205.84

231.57

283.03

334.49

385.95

463.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All other parts of the Council’s area

105.38

122.94

140.51

158.07

193.20

228.32

263.45

316.14

 

being the amounts given by multiplying the amounts at 8(f) and 8(g) above by the number which, in the proportion set out in section 5(1) of the Act, is applicable to dwellings listed in a particular valuation band divided by the number which in that proportion is applicable to dwellings listed in valuation band D, calculated by the Council, in accordance with section 36(1) of the Act, as the amounts to be taken into account for the year in respect of categories of dwellings listed in different valuation bands. (The combined district and parish amount of Council Tax for each band of dwelling).


9.         That it be noted that for the year 2017/18, Nottinghamshire County Council, the Office of the Nottinghamshire Police & Crime Commissioner and the Combined Fire Authority have stated the following amounts in precepts issued to the Council, in accordance with section 40 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, for each of the categories of dwellings shown below:

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

Precepting Authority:

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

Notts County Council

901.31

1,051.53

1,201.75

1,351.97

1,652.41

1,952.85

2,253.28

2,703.94

Notts Police & Crime Commissioner

 

122.28

 

142.66

 

163.04

 

183.42

 

224.18

 

264.94

 

305.70

 

366.84

Combined Fire Authority

 

50.19

 

58.56

 

66.92

 

75.29

 

92.02

 

108.75

 

125.48

 

150.58

 

10.       That, having calculated the aggregate in each case of the amounts at 8(h) and 9 above, the Council, in accordance with section 30(2) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, hereby sets the following amounts of council tax for the year 2017/18 for each of the categories of dwellings shown below: (The total amount of Council Tax for each band of dwelling)

 

Part of the Council’s Area

Valuation Bands

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

 

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

Bestwood St Albans

1,192.16

1,390.86

1,589.55

1,788.25

2,185.64

2,583.03

2,980.41

3,576.50

Burton Joyce

1,245.43

1,453.01

1,660.58

1,868.16

2,283.31

2,698.45

3,113.59

3,736.32

Calverton

1,235.51

1,441.44

1,647.36

1,853.28

2,265.12

2,676.96

3,088.79

3,706.56

Colwick

1,203.24

1,403.78

1,604.33

1,804.87

2,205.96

2,607.03

3,008.11

3,609.74

Lambley

1,200.43

1,400.50

1,600.58

1,800.65

2,200.80

2,600.94

3,001.08

3,601.30

Linby

1,227.47

1,432.06

1,636.64

1,841.22

2,250.38

2,659.54

3,068.69

3,682.44

Newstead

1,206.51

1,407.60

1,608.69

1,809.78

2,211.96

2,614.13

3,016.29

3,619.56

Papplewick

1,203.42

1,403.99

1,604.57

1,805.14

2,206.29

2,607.42

3,008.56

3,610.28

Ravenshead

1,210.12

1,411.81

1,613.50

1,815.19

2,218.57

2,621.94

3,025.31

3,630.38

Stoke Bardolph

1,183.27

1,380.48

1,577.70

1,774.91

2,169.34

2,563.76

2,958.18

3,549.82

Woodborough

1,228.16

1,432.86

1,637.55

1,842.25

2,251.64

2,661.03

3,070.41

3,684.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All other parts of the Council’s area

 

1,179.16

 

1,375.69

 

1,572.22

 

1,768.75

 

2,161.81

 

2,554.86

 

2,947.91

 

3,537.50

 

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