Council Tax news
Have your say on Council budget proposalsPublished on Wednesday 18 January 2023
Residents are being asked to have their say on Harborough District Council’s budget proposals.
Council approves budget including £700k Jubilee fundPublished on Friday 25 February 2022
The district council last night approved its budget and council tax for the year ahead, as well as its ‘vision for the future’.
Parish boundary changes as a result of Community Governance ReviewPublished on Tuesday 22 February 2022
The District of Harborough (Reorganisations of Community Governance) Order 2021
Budget proposals put forward including new Jubilee fundPublished on Tuesday 8 February 2022
The district council has put forward its budget and council tax proposals as it looks to deliver its ‘vision for the future’.
Council approves budget amid financial challengesPublished on Tuesday 23 February 2021
Harborough District Council has approved its budget as it looks to tackle significant financial challenges over the year ahead.
Have your say on Council budget proposalsPublished on Wednesday 20 January 2021
Ambitious budget proposals have been put forward as Harborough District Council looks to tackle significant financial challenges over the year ahead.
Council agrees no rise in its share of council taxPublished on Tuesday 25 February 2020
There will be no rise in Harborough District Council’s portion of the Council tax bill – for the second year running – councillors agreed on Monday 24 February 2020.
Have your say on Council budget proposalsPublished on Tuesday 14 January 2020
Residents are being given an opportunity to have their say on Harborough District Council’s budget proposals.
Council sets out budget proposalsPublished on Thursday 9 January 2020
Harborough District Council has set out its budget priorities for 2020/21 with proposals not to increase its share of Council Tax for the second year running.
Council offers vital support to care leaversPublished on Thursday 19 September 2019
More support could be offered to vulnerable young people leaving the care system as part of Council proposals being put forward.
Budget will ‘put residents first’Published on Tuesday 26 February 2019
Harborough District Council has approved its budget – with no rise to its share of the Council Tax – which the Council says puts residents’ priorities first.
‘Special expenses’ review seeks fairer approachPublished on Wednesday 12 December 2018
The funding of some public parks and other local facilities through council tax – referred to as ‘special expenses’ - has been reviewed by the District Council to ensure fairness and transparency.
District Council in top 10 for business ratesPublished on Friday 3 August 2018
Harborough District Council has been named as one of the 10 best local authorities in the country for collecting business rates.
Have say on council’s ambitious plans for futurePublished on Monday 8 January 2018
Ambitious plans are being set out to ensure the Harborough district is an enterprising and vibrant place with healthy residents and a strong sense of community.
Bid to bring empty houses back into usePublished on Wednesday 28 June 2017
Empty properties could be brought back into use for residents under proposals to change council tax levies on them.
No increase proposed following benefits feedbackPublished on Monday 5 December 2016
The district council is to recommend that the council tax support scheme for working age claimants will not change next year.
Views sought on council tax support proposalsPublished on Thursday 4 August 2016
Changes to a scheme which offers relief on council tax to some people on low incomes are being considered by councils across Leicestershire.
Budget and council tax reduction approvedPublished on Tuesday 24 February 2015
Frontline Council services will be protected, with investment in local communities and priority areas, it has been agreed.
Frontline services protected in budget proposalsPublished on Tuesday 10 February 2015
Councillors have finalised budget proposals which look to invest in communities whilst protecting frontline services.
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