Council plans to protect vital frontline services from Government funding cutbacks could lead to a 3.9% rise in Council Tax.
Households in Coventry who receive support to pay the cost of their Council Tax could be asked to pay 15 per cent of the total amount from April 2016.
People are being reminded that there are lots of different ways to pay Council Tax – online and in person.
Budget proposals aimed at protecting frontline services and vulnerable residents have been unveiled by Coventry City Council, in the run up to the Government Spending Review later this month.
The Council’s Customer Service Centre, which is based in Broadgate House (our ground floor entrance is in the Upper Precinct, just next to River Island) opened its doors to the public on 18 November.