WYRE FOREST COUNCIL TAX BANDS & CHARGES 2024/25

 

The table below shows the 2024/25 council tax bands costs for properties in Wyre Forest in the different council tax bands or you can use online council tax Calculator and check yourself:

Wyre Forest Council Tax Band Monthly Council Tax Charge Annual Council Tax Rate
BAND A £123.03 £1,476.38
BAND B £143.54 £1,722.44
BAND C £164.04 £1,968.51
BAND D £184.55 £2,214.57
BAND E £225.56 £2,706.70
BAND F £266.57 £3,198.82
BAND G £307.58 £3,690.95
BAND H £369.10 £4,429.14



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Wyre Forest Council is located in the West Midlands of the UK and is a great place to live. With the Wyre Forest Council Tax Refund Calculator, you can quickly and easily find out how much money you could be entitled to back from the Council if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band.

Interesting facts about Wyre Forest, UK: Wyre Forest is an area of ancient woodland, with a history dating back to the Iron Age. It is home to the Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and is also home to the Wyre Forest Discovery Centre.

Places to visit in the Wyre Forest area include the Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve, where you can explore the ancient woodland and spot wildlife; the Wyre Forest Discovery Centre, which offers interactive exhibits and activities; the Severn Valley Railway, a heritage railway that runs through the area; and the West Midlands Safari Park, a drive-through safari park.

Wyre Forest is well-known for its ancient woodland, which has been preserved for centuries, and its links to the Iron Age. It is also home to the Severn Valley Railway, a heritage railway that runs through the area.

Recent topical news of interest to residents of the Wyre Forest area include the opening of the new £1.2 million outdoor education centre at the Wyre Forest Discovery Centre, and plans for the restoration of the Severn Valley Railway.

Wyre Forest Council is responsible for providing a range of services to the local community, including waste management, housing, education and leisure services. It is funded by council tax payments, as well as grants from central government.

The Council is currently involved in a number of projects and developments, including the £1.2 million outdoor education centre at the Wyre Forest Discovery Centre, the restoration of the Severn Valley Railway, and the development of a new community centre in Bewdley. These projects are funded by a combination of council tax payments and grants from central government.

Wyre Forest Council also spends council tax payments on a range of other services, including waste management, housing, education and leisure services.

The Council has been criticised for its lack of transparency and accountability, as well as its failure to respond to local issues. However, many local residents have praised the Council for its commitment to improving the local area and its investment in local projects.

There are a number of ways that Wyre Forest Council Tax payments can be reduced, such as applying for Council Tax Support, or applying for a Council Tax Discount.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I apply for a Wyre Forest Council Tax refund?
A: You can use the Wyre Forest Council Tax Refund Calculator on our website to calculate how much money you could be entitled to back from the Council if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band.

Q: How is Wyre Forest Council funded?
A: Wyre Forest Council is funded by council tax payments, as well as grants from central government.

Q: What services does Wyre Forest Council provide?
A: Wyre Forest Council provides a range of services to the local community, including waste management, housing, education and leisure services.

Q: What projects is Wyre Forest Council currently involved in?
A: Wyre Forest Council is currently involved in a number of projects and developments, including the £1.2 million outdoor education centre at the Wyre Forest Discovery Centre, the restoration of the Severn Valley Railway, and the development of a new community centre in Bewdley.

Q: What are the neighbouring UK Councils to Wyre Forest Council?
A: Wyre Forest Council is bordered by Herefordshire Council to the west, Shropshire Council to the north, Telford and Wrekin Council to the east, and Worcestershire Council to the south. Herefordshire Council is home to the city of Hereford, as well as a number of small towns and villages, while Shropshire Council is home to the county town of Shrewsbury, as well as a number of market towns and rural villages. Telford and Wrekin Council is home to the town of Telford, as well as a number of smaller towns and villages, while Worcestershire Council is home to the city of Worcester, as well as a number of smaller towns and villages.



Go to Wyre Forest council tax charges 2023/24.

Previous years:
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2022/23.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2021/22.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2020/21.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2019/20.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2018/19.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2017/18.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2016/17.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2015/16.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2014/15.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2013/14.
Wyre Forest council tax charges 2012/13.

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