West Sussex tax freeze

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THE council tax bill for West Sussex County Council will not go up this year.

Leaders at the Chichester-based authority voted to freeze the council’s share of the bill for the third year running. The agreed budget means that the average Band D council taxpayer will continue to pay £1,161.99 for services run by the county council.

Cllr Michael Brown, in charge of finance, said no new cuts are planned for the coming financial year.