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Council Tax: Where the money will go

Cost of services

Council Tax contributes towards the cost of services provided by:

Your Council Tax payment to Nottinghamshire County Council pays for more than 500 services, including:

  • 341 schools
  • 60 libraries
  • 13 household waste and recycling centres and waste disposal at landfill sites
  • 3 country parks at Sherwood, Bestwood, Rufford
  • road and pavement repairs, including 90,000 street lights and winter gritting
  • £113m of new investment in projects across the county like refurbishing school buildings, the new Worksop bus station, the Gedling Access Road and improvements to the A60/A57/B6024 in Worksop
  • fostering and adoption
  • help and support for vulnerable children and older people including home care and extra care
  • children's centres
  • trading standards
  • youth work and activities.

Services like:

  • Doctors' surgeries and hospitals
  • social security and benefits
  • major roads (like motorways)
  • the Environment Agency

are not paid for by Council Tax.

Budget book

Every financial year the Council must publish a 'budget book' which sets out how we plan to spend our money in the coming year across all services. The book sets out the budget plans approved by Councillors.

If you would like detailed information about where your Council Tax will be spent in the financial year 2014/15, view our budget book:

Your services, your Council Tax

For a summary of information in the budget book, including information about our spending plans for 2014/15, download the leaflet Your services, your council tax [PDF].

Nottingham City Council

If you live in the city of Nottingham, then all of your council services are provided by Nottingham City Council. See their website for information about Council Tax and council services in the city of Nottingham.

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