Council Tax Collected from New Developments in Buxted
Derek Speight made this Freedom of Information request to East Sussex County Council
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Dear East Sussex County Council,
I would like to know the following:
1. For the Council Tax Year to April 2014 what was the amount of Council Tax collected from the Parish of Buxted.
2. For the Council Tax Year to April 2015 what was the amount of Council Tax collected from the Parish of Buxted.
3. For the Council Tax Year to April 2014 was was the amount of Council Tax
collected from the new properties in Beechbrook Park in the Parish of Buxted.
4. For the Council Tax Year to April 2015 what was the amount of Council Tax collected from the new properties in Beechbrook Park in the Parish of Buxted.
5.When Beechbrook Park is completed what is the amount of Council Tax that is expected to be collected.
Derek Speight (Mr)
Dear East Sussex County Council,
Re question 5. The amount of council tax to be collected refers to the the amount to be collected from Beechbrook Park when Beechbrook Park is completed.
Dear Mr Speight
FOI Request ref 5578 / Council Tax collected
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ivanataylor left an annotation ()
Council Tax ex councillor questions Town and District Council
I would like to know if a complaint is actually laid before the Magistrates prior to a summons being issued by the Magistrates for non payment of Council tax?