Anglesey council warned 'don't get greedy' over second home tax

Anglesey council warned 'don't get greedy' over second home tax
 

A council set to rake in an extra £1m when tax bills are increased on second homes has been warned not to 'get greedy' with the levy.
Anglesey Council has agreed on an extra 25% levy on empty and second homes to help bring empty properties back into use and support young people onto the property ladder.
The council expects to recoup an additional £1.025m in council tax when the extra charges are introduced in April 2017.
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12 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 28
Source: Daily Post
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