First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that councils across Scotland will be able to raise the council tax levy by up to 3% from April 2017, following a nine-year cap on rates.
While those living in bands A to D will be unaffected by the change, those in E to H bands will see their council tax rates increase by £105, and up to £517, a year.
The annual average increases in council tax as a result of these band adjustments will be £105 for band E, £207 for band F, £335 for band G and £517 for band H.
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