Council tax bills have risen by 5.1 per cent over the past year and their bills have increased by almost 14 per cent in one area.
Analysis by RIFT found that average Band D property bills increased from £1,966 last year to £2,065 this year. London saw the biggest increase, as bills rose by 6.2 per cent to £1,801 a year.
However, the capital still has the lowest average council tax bill of all regions, with the highest bills in the North East, at £2,196 a year. Bills in London, the South West and the North East have increased by over £100.
The East of England had the smallest tax rise as rates went up by 4.6 per cent, rising from £1,987 a year to £2,079 a year.
Bradley Post, managing director of RIFTsaid: “Councils are having a tough time at the moment with many on the brink of bankruptcy. Increasing council tax is one way they can try to keep their heads above water, but in times of crisis This is because of the cost of living, a bitter pill to swallow for residents.
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