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Nantwich residents to see 4.43% rise in amounts paid for policing

Nantwich residents to see 4.43% rise in amounts paid for policing

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Cheshire East residents look set to see an increase of 4.43% in the amount they pay towards policing.

If the increase suggested by Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer is ratified by the police and crime panel on Friday (February 4) that will mean an extra £10 a year on the police precept for a band D council tax payer across the county.

February 2, 2022
Cheshire Crime Commissioner survey on plans to raise police council tax

Cheshire Crime Commissioner survey on plans to raise police council tax

By Mark Smith, local democracy reporter
Council tax payers across Cheshire could be asked to stump up more cash to help fund policing.

Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer has launched a survey seeking views of residents on raising the police precept – the component of Council Tax which helps fund Cheshire Constabulary – by 83p a month.

January 5, 2022
Nantwich councillors vote for 12.5% decrease in town Council Tax bill

Nantwich councillors vote for 12.5% decrease in town Council Tax bill

Nantwich Town Councillors have voted for a 12.5% decrease in council tax for 2022-23.

The town council’s precept was agreed at a council meeting on Thursday, and comes after a controversial move last year to raise it by more than 40%.

December 13, 2021
READER’S LETTER: Are Nantwich residents looked on as “cash cows”?

READER’S LETTER: Are Nantwich residents looked on as “cash cows”?

Dear Editor,
Letter sent to Nantwich Town Council.
I have examined the summary of the Capital and Revenue Budget for 2021/ 22 and would make the following general observations.

March 26, 2021
READER’S LETTER: Why is Nantwich Town Council precept so high?

READER’S LETTER: Why is Nantwich Town Council precept so high?

Dear Editor,

Nantwich has the highest parish precept in Cheshire East = £122.66 for a Band D household.

This is going up by 42.5% for 2021/2022 = £52.13 = £174.79.

January 11, 2021
Town councillors clash over 42.5% Council Tax rise for Nantwich residents

Town councillors clash over 42.5% Council Tax rise for Nantwich residents

Nantwich residents are facing a 42.5% rise in their Town Council tax base after councillors voted through a controversial budget plan tonight (December 10).

It means all properties facing a £1 per week increase in the town council portion of their bill from April 2021.

December 10, 2020
Nantwich residents to pay £10 extra for policing

Nantwich residents to pay £10 extra for policing

By Aran Dhillon
Residents across Cheshire are set to pay an extra £10 a year on average to fund policing.

It comes after it emerged that the “burden” of funding is shifting from central Government to taxpayers in the area.

February 7, 2020
Nantwich Town Council to raise Council Tax by 3.9%

Nantwich Town Council to raise Council Tax by 3.9%

Nantwich councillors are to raise Council Tax for the town’s 5,200 households by 3.9%.

The rise will provide the council with a precept of £574,958 for the 2018-19 financial year.

December 8, 2017
Nantwich councillors agree £67 rise in town council tax

Nantwich councillors agree £67 rise in town council tax

Nantwich Town councillors voted overwhelmingly for a rise in council tax, which will see households pay an extra £67 a year. The council needs to bump up the precept by £360,000 in 2012-13 to help fund the takeover of key facilities like the Civic Hall, indoor market, toilets, allotments, and Brookfield Hall.

January 17, 2012