How much will West Yorkshire residents will pay towards policing in 2018/19?

The amount paid by West Yorkshire residents to help fund local policing is set to rise from April after the county’s police and crime commissioner won support for his budget proposals.
There will be a £12 increase in the police element of council tax bills, known as the police precept, which equates to an extra £1 a month for residents in Band D homes.
But most people will pay less than 80 pence per month extra in 2018/19 because three-quarters of properties in West Yorkshire fall into bands A, B and C.
Police and crime commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson said 75 per cent of people surveyed... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 15
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