2015/16 Council Tax Calculator (Beta)
Please provide the following pieces of information to help us give an indication of how much Council Tax you should be paying in 2015/16.
The following is a breakdown of how your 2015/16 Council Tax bill has been calculated. The ammounts listed are based on the figures published by Selby District Council in March 2015.
The largest slice of your bill is sent to the County Council in Northallerton. NYCC's responsibilities include providing primary and secondary education for the county's young people, maintaining most of the road network, trading standards and also running Selby Library. You can find out more at www.northyorks.gov.uk
Selby District Council are responsible for a number of services including environmental health, council housing, electoral registration, planning control and refuse collection. You can find out more at www.selby.gov.uk
North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue provide emergency response to fires as well as community safety and fire prevention work, including the enforcement of fire safety legislation. www.northyorksfire.gov.uk
Julia Mulligan is North Yorkshire's Police Commissioner. She is responsible for setting the budget of North Yorkshire Police Service and overseeing the force's work. www.northyorkshire.police.uk
The Selby District is divided into a large number of Civil Parishes. Local community councils in these areas are responsible for a number of services including (varying from community to community) markets, allotments, recreation open space. Some councils also provide Christmas lights and Guy Fawkes fireworks displays.
Discounts and exemptionsBased on the answers you provided above we have applied the discounts we think you could be entitled to.
This council tax calculator is currently still in beta mode and only has the capability to calculate discounts for single occupancy. We strongly urge you to visit to Council's website to find out if any special circumstances apply to you which could allow for further discounts or exemptions.
If you have checked the box to indicate that your household has only one adult resident there we will now deduct your 25% discount
If you pay over ten monthly instalments (April through January) your monthly payment will be approximately £ .
If you pay twelve monthly instalments your monthly payment will be around £ .
How does this compare with last year's bill? See how much yours has gone up by with our 2014/15 calculator.