Suffolk: Policing part of Council Tax to be frozen again
PUBLISHED: 14:54 03 February 2014 | UPDATED: 14:57 03 February 2014
The policing part of the Council Tax in Suffolk has been frozen for a second year. The proposal was put forward by Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore and agreed at a meeting of the Police and Crime Panel on Friday.
It means that the average amount paid by every household in Suffolk remains at £166.77 a year, which is £3.20 a week based on a Band D property.