Charges for Financial Year 2021/2022
On Thursday 18 February 2021, Ryedale District Council set a Council Tax Band ‘D’ of £1,961.88
The table below gives you the total amount that you will be expected to pay in Council Tax for the latest year. We have included the amounts that you will need to pay for the different services.
Council Tax Band D (excluding Parish and Special Expenses) 2021/2022
|Ryedale District Council||£205.63|
|North Yorkshire County Council||£1270.74|
|North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner||£271.06|
|North Yorkshire County Council Adult Social Care||£140.31|
|North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue||£74.14|
These figures do not include any local parish share of the Council Tax known as the precept. The exact amount that you will be charged will vary depending on which parish council area you live in.
Find your Council Tax band
Council Tax is split into bands and is set by Ryedale District Council each year based on the Band D figure and all other bands are proportionate to this.
Read our Council Tax guidance notes.
Read the Council Tax charges by Parish 2021/22.
Your Council Tax bill will state which band applies to your home. It also gives details of the organisations who take a charge for their services through your council tax. These are known as precepting authorities.
|Valuation Band||Range of Values||Proportion of Band D|
|A||Up to £40,000||6/9ths|
|B||£40,001 – £52,000||7/9ths|
|C||£52,001 – £68,000||8/9ths|
|D||£68,001 – £88,000||9/9ths|
|E||£88,001 – £120,000||11/9ths|
|F||£120,001 – £160,000||13/9ths|
|G||£160,001 – £320,000||15/9ths|
|H||More than £320,000||18/9ths|
If you want to challenge your banding, you can find out more here (link to 184.108.40.206) If you’re in the process of challenging your band, you must still continue to pay your current bill until any appeal is settled. Visit GOV.UK for more information on appeals.
What does my Council Tax pay for?
Council Tax pays for services provided by various authorities in the district area.
Ryedale District Council is referred to as the billing authority and we’re tasked with collecting Council Tax on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council, the North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Services, as well as any share that Town or Parish Councils apply locally.Download the Statutory Precept Guide for 2021/22 to find out how the precept is divided
For details of how your Council Tax contributes to the work of other agencies, you can visit their websites: