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Where your Council Tax goes 2020/21

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Dover District Council, Kent County Council, The Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent and Kent and Medway Fire and Rescue Authority together deliver most of the local services in your area. Your local parish or town council also provides some local services.

The Council Tax you pay is collected by Dover District Council on behalf of all the above authorities. The total amount is then divided between these authorities.

Council Tax breakdown by band 2020/21

Council Tax breakdown by band 2020/21
House BandKent County Council
£
Dover District Council
£
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent
£
Kent & Medway Fire and Rescue Authority
£
Total Council Tax (excluding parish precepts)
£
A 900.84 128.16 135.43 52.86 1,217.29
B 1,050.98 149.52 158.01 61.67 1,420.18
C 1,201.12 170.88 180.58 70.48 1,623.06
D 1,351.26 192.24 203.15 79.29 1,825.94
E 1,651.54 234.96 248.29 96.91 2,231.70
F 1,951.82 277.68 293.44 114.53 2,637.47
G 2,252.10 320.40 338.58 132.15 3,043.23
H 2,702.52 384.48 406.30 158.58 3,651.88

Council Tax percentage breakdown 2020/21

  • Kent County Council 71.4%
  • Dover District Council 10.1%
  • The Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent 10.7%
  • Kent and Medway Fire and Rescue Authority 4.2%
  • Town and parish councils (average) 3.6%

Information from the other authorities who deliver services in your area

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Council Tax breakdown for previous years

 

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