2020/21 Fire precept
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is responsible for setting the local fire ‘precept’ – the amount people pay through their council tax for fire and rescue services.
The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has set the Band D Fire Element of the Council Tax within North Yorkshire for 2020/21 at £72.69.
This is an increase of 1.99% or £1.42 per year over the 2019/20 level.
Your contribution through your council tax 2020/21
|Property Band||2019/20||2020/21||Increase per Annum||Increase per Week|
Income and expenditure
Funding for the fire service
|Funding from Government||£9.0m||£9.1m|
|Council tax precept – your contribution||£21.5m||£22.2m|
|Fees, Charges and Partnerships||£0.5m||£0.5m|
|Use of Reserves||£1.1m||£0.3m|
Fire budget breakdown
|Control and support staff||£4.3m||£4.1m|
|Supplies and Services||£3.1m||£3.5m|
|Premises and equipment||£2.1m||£2.1m|
|Capital financial charges||£2.1m||£1.9m|
|Total spending plan||£35.2m||£35.5m|
Download the 2020 – 2021 Precept leaflet
Correspondence with the Police Fire and Crime Panel
- 7 February 2020 Response by PFCC Julia Mulligan to North Yorkshire Police Fire and Crime Panel re Precept 2020-21
- 6 February 2020 Police Fire and Crime Panel Report to PFCC re Precepts 2020_21