The three components that make up council tax for most of Reigate & Banstead have now been approved for 2022/23, with a total rise of 4.45%.
From April a typical band D household will pay a total of £2,164.42, made up of:
- Surrey County Council: £1,626.39, a rise of 4.99%
- Surrey Police: £295.57, a rise of 3.50%
- Reigate & Banstead Borough Council: £242.46, a rise of 2.11%
Residents who live within the areas of Horley Town Council or Salfords & Sidlow Parish Council also pay an additional sum for their layer of local government, but this is relatively small (less than £45 a year for band D). Horley’s announcement is here.
Council tax in the borough is collected by Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, both for itself and all of the county, police and town/parish council elements.
Details of payment, exemptions and discounts will be found in due course on the borough council’s council tax pages, as they can be for the current year.