Your Council Tax bill includes a break-down of how much of the total you pay to Havant Borough Council goes to which public services.
It also includes how much these figures have changed from the charges last year.
You’ll have a table on your Council Tax bill that looks something like this (Band D example):
|Hampshire County Council||1149.77||3.0|
|Hampshire CC Adult Social Care||87.10||0|
|Police & Crime Commissioner||201.46||13.5|
|Hampshire Fire and Rescue Authority||67.71||3.0|
|Havant Borough Council||204.48||3.0|
Hampshire County Council (HCC)
The amount HCC charge for their services has gone up by 2.99%. This shows as 3.0% on the bill because our billing system rounds up to one decimal place.
For information on the way the percentage increase is displayed please visit their website.
The total for HCC includes a charge that can only be spent on Adult Social Care (see below).
For more information on the HCC share of your Council Tax, please visit their website.
Hampshire CC Adult Social Care
The government allows HCC to make a charge separate from their normal Council Tax that can only be spent on Adult Social Care. This figure is the same as last year.
This charge is included in the total shown for HCC.
Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC)
The PCC share of your Council Tax has gone up by 13.5%.
To find out more about what your Council Tax is spent on, please visit the PCC website.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS)
The HFRS share of your bill has gone up by 3.0%.
To find out more about what your Council Tax is spent on, visit the HFRS website.
Havant Borough Council (HBC)
The amount we charge for council services has gone up by 2.99%. This shows as 3.0% on the bill because our billing system rounds up to one decimal place.
Find out more about how we use our share of your Council Tax here.