Parish council tax in Old Basing and Lychpit to rise

OLD Basing and Lychpit residents will see a rise in their council tax after the parish council opted to increase its precept for the first time in three years.

Old Basing Parish Council increased tax by two per cent. This means B and D properties in the area will pay £41.30 on top of the annual bill that includes payments to Hampshire County Council, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, and the Police and Crime Commissioner.

The parish has the second highest total precept in Basingstoke and Deane of £127,158, with Tadley topping the list of 38 parishes at £186,466.

 

 

 

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2:49pm Wed 20 Mar 13

MrNosey says...

I just hope my money goes towards subsidising the sports clubs on the recreation ground and not on additional equipment that will detract from the character of the place.
I just hope my money goes towards subsidising the sports clubs on the recreation ground and not on additional equipment that will detract from the character of the place. MrNosey
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