Council tax payers in Ashfield are set to see their payments increase this April as the new financial year comes into effect.
Residents in Band A properties across most of the district currently pay a total of £1,251.86 per year in council tax, while Band D households pay £1,877.79
Council tax is split into precepts, with Mansfield District Council, Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottinghamshire Police and Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service taking a share.
Increases in the latter three precepts mean a total increase of £55.24 per year for Band A and £82.96 for Band D.
Band A properties in Sutton and Kirkby will pay £1,307.10 and a Band D property will pay £1,960.75 per year for 2019-20.
Below is a breakdown of the individual precepts.
ASHFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL
Ashfield District Council is set to freeze its council tax precept for 2019-20.
This means a Band A property will continue to pay £123.64 to Ashfield District Council per year and Band D will continue to pay £185.46.
Residents in Band A properties in Annesley pay an additional £67.51 to the parish council, while Band D properties pay an additional £101.26.
Band A households in Selston pay an additional £42.01 to their parish council, while Band D properties pay an extra £63.01.
Both parish councils have not announced if this will increase in the next budget.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
However, Nottinghamshire County Council is set to increase its precepts for council tax by almost four per cent.
For Band A properties in the county, people will pay an extra £37.75 a year towards the County Council precept, while Band D properties will pay an additional £56.63.
At present a Band A property pays Nottinghamshire County Council £946.29 per year, and a Band D property pays the county council £1,476.06 per year.
This includes £60.39 for adult social care in a Band A property and £90.58 in a Band D property.
It means the total paid in each of these bands will increase to £923.65 for Band A and £1,385.48 for a Band D property overall.
The local police precept is also due to rise, with Paddy Tipping, Nottinghamshire police and crime commissioner, announcing it last week.
There will be a projected increase of up to 12 per cent, in order to fund “18 officers stationed outside the county”.
This rise will mean an increase from £195.39 to £219.33 per year for a Band D property from April.
Band A property precepts will rise from £130.26 to £146.22.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service is expected to raise its part of the council tax bill by 2.95 per cent.
It means the fire precept for Band D property will increase from £77.51 a year to £79.80.
For a Band A property it will go from £51.67 to £53.20.
The changes are yet to be formally approved, but they are expected to be voted through later this month.