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The council’s cabinet agreed to a list of proposals to assist local people – particularly the vulnerable – as they face the combination of inflation and the rising cost of energy.
The council is asking the public whether all working-age residents should pay up to £2 per week in council tax to help ease financial pressures.
Those who are eligible for the rebate but who do not pay their bill by direct debit will need to fill in an online form to claim the £150 payment. Claims can only be made online, not by phone, email or in writing.
If you pay your council tax by Direct Debit, you will receive the rebate automatically. If you don’t, you’ll need to apply online. Don’t miss out – make sure you apply.
The Council is planning for a balanced budget despite the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its income streams and the shortfall in funding from central Government to offset this..
Residents and businesses are being urged to give their views on where West Oxfordshire District Council’s tax will be spent as it prepares its budget for the next financial year.
Residents and businesses in Cherwell District are invited to have their say on spending plans for 2022/23 at Cherwell District Council.
Alongside plans to meet its current and future financial challenges, the budget proposals for 2022/23 at Oxfordshire County Council also include investments in making the county greener and fairer.
The council is considering potential changes to the working-age council tax reduction (CTR) scheme in 2022/23, and a public consultation is a necessary step in this process.
The council is considering potential changes to its council tax reduction (CTR) scheme for working age people in 2022/23, and a consultation is a necessary step in this process.
The council is proposing to increase council tax by 1.99%, and would also like to know what you think of an additional increase, up to 3%, for adult social care.
Oxfordshire County Council published 2020/21 budget proposals and this includes a Council Tax by 1.99% to pay for investment in social services, schools and roads.