How Council Tax is spent on Local Services
Each £1 of collected Council Tax is split between the following:
75p - Norfolk County Council
13p - Police & Crime Commissioner for Norfolk
9p - North Norfolk District Council
3p - Town and Parish Councils
The money that is received by Norfolk County Council is to pay for services such as Education, Social Services, Waste Disposal, Libraries, Fire and Rescue.
The money that is received by the Police & Crime Commissioner for Norfolk goes towards providing policing across Norfolk.
Only 12p of every £1 goes to North Norfolk District Council, Parish Councils and Town Councils. The range of services provided from this small percentage of your Council Tax includes:
- Refuse Collection
- Housing Advice
- Street Cleaning
- Public Health
- Business Growth
- Parks and Leisure Facilities
- Pollution Control
- Coast and Flood Defence
- Bus Passes
- and much more ...