A legacy of the Thatcher period, Council Tax is the most regressive tax in these islands.

Council Tax levies almost four times as much as a proportion of wealth on the poorest as the richest.

Plaid Cymru wants to end this unfairness.

Across Wales, Council Tax bands vary significantly, with the average Band D property in Blaenau Gwent costing £2,078.20 per annum, compared to £1,533.31 in neighbouring Caerphilly.

The same is true of other parts of Wales where the average Band D property in Neath Port Talbot costs £1,996.15 per annum, compared to £1,729.74 and £1,753.52 in neighbouring Carmarthenshire and Swansea.

Plaid Cymru wants to create a fairer council tax system for all.

If you support the principle of fairer council tax, let us know, and we will tell you how much you could save under Plaid Cymru’s plan for fairer council tax.

Simply fill in your details and please select both the local authority in which you live, and the council tax band of your property.  

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