Hillingdon proposes zero Council Tax rise

The London Borough of Hillingdon has announced a zero increase in council tax for all residents for 2009/10 and 2010/11.

At the same time the council says it will continue to invest millions of pounds into improving leisure and sports facilities, libraries, parks, open spaces, highways and footpaths.

Leader of the Council, Cllr Ray Puddifoot said: "This budget shows that we are delivering value for money for our residents, through strong financial management, we have been able to set a zero percent increase in council tax. Despite all the financial pressures we face, we are also investing significant sums of extra money into the services that residents most want us to focus on, helping us to deliver even better services to local people."

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