WEST LANCASHIRE COUNCIL TAX BANDS & CHARGES 2023/24

 

The table below shows the 2023/24 council tax bands costs for properties in West Lancashire in the different council tax bands or you can use online council tax Calculator and check yourself:

West Lancashire Council Tax Band Monthly Council Tax Charge Annual Council Tax Rate
BAND A £119.58 £1,435.01
BAND B £139.51 £1,674.17
BAND C £159.45 £1,913.34
BAND D £179.38 £2,152.51
BAND E £219.24 £2,630.85
BAND F £259.10 £3,109.18
BAND G £298.96 £3,587.52
BAND H £358.75 £4,305.02



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West Lancashire Council is located in the North West of England and is responsible for the administration of council tax payments in the area. With our West Lancashire council tax refund calculator, you can find out how much money the council will pay you back if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band. This calculator is free to use and can provide you with an accurate estimate of your potential refund.

Interesting Facts about West Lancashire:
West Lancashire is a borough in the North West of England, bordering the counties of Cumbria, Merseyside and Lancashire. It is home to the historic towns of Ormskirk and Skelmersdale, and is known for its beautiful countryside and historic sites. The area is also known for being the birthplace of the famous author J.R.R. Tolkien.

Places to Visit in West Lancashire:
1. Rufford Old Hall - This historic manor house is a great place to learn about the history of the region and explore the beautiful grounds.
2. Martin Mere Wetland Centre - A great place to observe wildlife and enjoy a day out in the countryside.
3. Aughton Woods - A tranquil woodland area with plenty of walking trails.
4. The Worden Park - A large park in the centre of Leyland with a lake, gardens, play areas and more.
5. The Beacon - A stunning viewpoint overlooking the West Lancashire countryside.

West Lancashire is well known for its historic sites, beautiful countryside, and the birthplace of J.R.R. Tolkien.

Recent news of interest to West Lancashire residents includes the announcement of a £1.2 million investment in the area to improve public transport, and the launch of a new community website to connect local people.

West Lancashire Council is responsible for providing services such as waste and recycling collection, housing, education and social care. They are currently involved in a number of projects and developments, including the development of new housing and the regeneration of the town centre. These projects are funded by council tax payments, as well as other sources of income. Other areas where council tax payments are spent include street cleaning, road maintenance and public safety.

West Lancashire Council has been criticised for its handling of some issues, such as the recent delays in waste collection. However, many residents praise the council for their efforts in improving the area and providing services to local people.

There are a number of ways to reduce your West Lancashire Council tax payments, such as applying for Council Tax Support or a single person discount.

FAQs:
Q: How do I apply for a Council Tax refund in West Lancashire?
A: You can use our West Lancashire Council Tax refund calculator to find out how much money you may be eligible to receive.

Q: How do I apply for Council Tax Support in West Lancashire?
A: You can apply for Council Tax Support on the West Lancashire Council website.

Q: How can I reduce my West Lancashire Council tax payments?
A: You can apply for Council Tax Support or a single person discount to reduce your payments.

Q: What services does West Lancashire Council provide?
A: West Lancashire Council provides services such as waste and recycling collection, housing, education and social care.

Q: What projects is West Lancashire Council involved with?
A: West Lancashire Council is currently involved in a number of projects and developments, including the development of new housing and the regeneration of the town centre.

Adjacent Councils to West Lancashire:
1. Sefton Council - located in Merseyside, Sefton is home to the seaside town of Southport and the city of Liverpool.
2. Preston Council - located in Lancashire, Preston is the largest city in the county and is known for its vibrant cultural scene.



Go to West Lancashire council tax charges 2022/23.

Previous years:
West Lancashire council tax charges 2021/22.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2020/21.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2019/20.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2018/19.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2017/18.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2016/17.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2015/16.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2014/15.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2013/14.
West Lancashire council tax charges 2012/13.

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