Councillors will meet on 3 March to consider the proposals.
Although the District Council collects council tax on behalf of other councils, the police and fire & rescue service, it only keeps and spends around 11% of the total on the services it provides.
Residents' council tax will fund 38% of the Council's £18.2-million revenue budget in the coming financial year, with sales, fees and charges (46%) being the biggest contributor, followed by Business Rates (7%) and Government Grants (9%).
No cuts to services are proposed in 2022/23, but councillors will consider a proposal to increase the Council's share of council tax by 1.94%, an average of 8p per week (Band D). This will help the authority to fund key projects in economic regeneration to improve the prosperity of our district.
The Council says future financial uncertainties include the outcome of Government reviews of grant funding and business rates, as well as the impact of rising inflation and fluctuating levels of income, especially income associated with recycling.
View our Budget 2022/23 Consultation [PDF 1.8MB] in full here and have your say by emailing your views by 3 March to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading "Budget Consultation".
Business ratesView Information [PDF 113KB] for non-domestic ratepayers and consultation on the proposed Budget and Council Tax increase for 2022/23.
Have your say by emailing your views by 3 March to email@example.com with the subject heading "Business Rates Consultation".