Council Tax Precept 2021 to 2022
Our consultation is now closed and the results will be presented at the Fire Authority meeting on 12 February.
Find out what the current costs for providing the Service are and where that money comes from, by reading this leaflet, click here.
This table indicates the 2020-2021 council tax bands and what a 14p per month increase on a Band D property would mean for the 2021-2022 council tax. Our long-term financial planning assumes an increase in the Council Tax of 1.99% to sustain the Service that we deliver today.
What would the additional funding from the council tax precept increase translate into?
A Full-Time Fire Engine and crew costs £1.34m per year, 2 Fire Engine On-Call Station costs £400k per year, 10 Safety Advocates cost £330k per year and 10 Support roles cost £290k per year.
Without the additional funding, we would need to make reductions to the service that you currently receive.
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Consultation - best practice
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service upholds best practice principles for consultations, as outlined by Government Consultation Principles 2018, The Consultation Charter and the Gunning Principles.
At Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) we are committed to protecting your personal information. This notice explains why and how we use your information.
We are collecting your personal information such as your email address to use in our consultation work, so that we can contact you if you ask us a question in your responses, want to be entered into a prize draw and to feedback the results. We will not share your information with anyone outside HFRS and will only collect and use your personal information with your consent, ( as per the GDPR Article 6(1)(a)). You have the right to withdraw consent at any time.
Your email address will be kept no longer than 12 weeks from the closing of the consultation period.
HFRS has a Data Protection framework in place to ensure the effective and secure processing of your information. For more information on this you can visit our website at: https://humbersidefire.gov.uk/information/privacy-policy. If you are not happy with the way we have handled your information you can contact our Data Protection Office at email@example.com. If you are still not happy, the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) is the UK’s independent authority upholding information rights and can be contacted at www.ico.org.uk.